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Over 200 Guests Attend the Premiere of The Bulgarian's Sign

Date: 15.07.2011

Dimitar Nedkov reveals the magic plate in the third part of his political thriller. The new book received high acclaim by both Minister of Culture, Vezhdi Rashidov and successful film director, Mitovski.

Over 200 guests gathered in Hall 7 at the National Palace of Culture to learn about the magic plate that will change the world. Ministers, politicians, MPs, Masons, businessmen and thriller fans applauded the premiere of the third part of Dimitar Nedkov's novel "The Bulgarian's Sign". Economy Minister Traycho Traykov, Social Minister Totyu Mladenov and Minister of Culture Vezhdi Rashidov took an autograph on the best selling book published by Standart Publishing House. "I thank Dimitar that in these times of absence of spiritual interests and values he managed to bring together the pieces of the sign and to strengthen our national self confidence," The Standart Editor-in-Chief, Mrs Slavka Bozukova said.

"Just take your time in putting the sign together. Bulgaria needs a new reading but we should not hurry to get to the last sign," was Minister of Culture, Vejdi Rashidov's comment.

"I have tried an untraditional way of looking at us and at the world. It is now clear that we, the Bulgarians have begun telling our story as a legend, just like all other peoples do. We have begun to search for the place we deserve on the map of the cultural and historical heritage.

"I got in trouble with this sign because it has changed my life," summed up Dimitar Nedkov.

He revealed some of the characters' making up. The Maltan stands for the existential questions for the otherworld. "Maybe everybody should sit exams on symbolism. Then we would have known why Eve tried the apple, why Pilates washed his hands, how Moses divided the sea and whether Christ told Mary "I love you." Maybe there would not have been Crusades, there would not have been the Inquisition, Hitler would have been a great painter and Stalin - a priest. And how would have Bulgaria looked like if we were able to read our own signs? Maybe we would have known where Vassil Levski's grave was and Paissii would not have named us "insensible people." Maybe there would not have been a time of partition and transition but a time of development," Nedkov read what he had written but had not included in his book.

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