Geo Milev

Geo Milev
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Geo Milev

Geo Milev (Гео Милев), de son vrai nom Georgi Kasabov Milev (né le 15 janvier 1895 à Radnevo, décédé après le 15 mai 1925, à Sofia) est un poète bulgare expressionniste et auteur d’articles politiques. Il fonde le journal Везни (Balance) tribune du modernisme bulgare. En 1922 il adhère au parti communiste bulgare.

Il a été assassiné en prison après avoir été accusé d'avoir pris part à l'attaque de la cathédrale Sainte-Nedelya.

Bibliographie

  • Septembre, 1950.
  • Geo Milev et Georgi Tsanev, 1950.

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