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: 07.05.2010, 04:54

1 MacAllister | 24.05.201000:03

There is much better way to stop it all - stop the out-dated literary exams and make the students read something more sensible than novels full of naivety and cultural cliche. What the hell is so great about those few Bulgarian classic authors anyway? Well, Botev, Vazov and a couple of others may have something to do with our key historical moments, but aside of that they are mediocre at best. I stand by my opinion and I have never been afraid to say it even in school at those same exams. There are good Bulgarian authors, but most of them are left out of the educational schedules and the rest are given some space in the corner, but they rarely make the final exams or even mid-terms. Don't tell me there is no political bias in the method of choosing them - there was and will be as long as significance of literature is overstated and the brightest minds ignored just because they never though to write a stupid story about stupid people for stupid people. The modern children have access to much more information, they can be stimulated or even tricked to tap into the ocean of human knowledge around them instead of making them cling to outdated and outlived books for years...
   

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