What do the foreigners think of us? What have we become famous for all over the world? Whether they treat us as the country of roses, people with heroic history, the homeland of Orpheus, technical nation or paradise? No, not for the time being.
"Etherial Songs and Secret Services" explores the image of Bulgaria, Bulgarians and Bulgarian pages in the British, American and Anglo-Canadian media during the last decade of socialism and first decade of democracy (1980-2000). The author considers the coincidences or discrepancies between our idea of our presence abroad and the results of this presence.
Ivan Vazov wrote that "we have given something to the world too" but do we really know what we have given?