NATIONAL LIST
 
Traditional narration 
The National List aims at outlining narration as a specific activity in folklore culture as knowledge about history and development of nature, society and man, as well as a general philosophy and a world view. Distinguished storytellers are traditions spokesmen, philosophers and historians, ideologists and men of wisdom. Each of them may tell a definite type of narratives (humorous, historical, etc.) or have a varied and heterogeneous repertoire; he/she may tell stories only for children, or may have diverse listeners. What is important is the public recognition of his/her skills and eloquence, of his/her knowledge and authority.








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Narration of traditional folktales - FAIRY TALES, ANIMAL TALES, RELIGIOUS TALES, LEGENDS, NOVELISTIC TALES, ETC.
Narration of stories and sagas - ABOUT THE SETTLEMENT, ABOUT PLACES AND FAMILIES, ABOUT HISTORICAL EVENTS AND CHARACTERS, ETC.
Narration of folk humor - HUMOROUS TALES, ANECDOTES AND JOKES, TALES OF LYING, PARODIES, ETC.
2024 January
Velikden; Easter (changing)1
Sv. Jeremiah; Snakes Day1
Svetal Ponedelnik; The Holy Monday (changing)2
Liatna Sv. Petka; Summers St. Petka2
Svetla Sriada; The Holy Wednesday (changing)4
Svetli Chetvartak; The Holy Thursday (changing)5
Svetli petak; The Light Friday (changing)6
Gergyovden; St. Georges Day6
Svetla Sabota; The Light Saturday (changing)7
Tomina nedelya; St. Thomas Day (changing)8
Sofinden; St. Sophias Day (changing)9
Leten Nikulden; Summer St. Nicholas Day9
St. German; German12
Sveti Konstantin i Elena; Sts. Constantine and Elena21
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