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Sin ella y sin su habilidad de poliglota, no hubieran sido posibles libros como Bandidos sociales, donde los haiduks bulgaros comparten honores con los bandidos georgianos, o como Rebeldes primitivos, en el cual la mafia siciliana y la violencia colombiana --esa combinacion de guerra civil, acciones guerrilleras y bandidaje--conviven.
Then there was the time the proud and insolent Wolodkowicz--scourge of the regional diets and disrupter of court sessions--seized the writ from his hand, tore it to shreds, then, stationing two cudgel-bearing haiduks at the door, poised his naked rapier over Protazy's head and roared, "Either I run you through or you eat these scraps!" Being the prudent soul that he was, Protazy went through the motions of chewing, inched his way toward the window, then took a header into the hemp.
(4) Haiducii (The Haiduks), Razbunarea Haiducilor (The Haiduks' Revenge), Haiducii lui Scapte Cai (The Haiduks of Sevenhorse)--Dinu Cocea 1966, 1968, 1970; Profetul, aurul si ardelenii (The Prophet, the Gold and the Ardeal Folks), Pruncul, petrolul si ardelenii (The Child, the Oil and the Ardeal Folks)--Dan Pita 1978, 1981.
Epic poetry is customarily classified into several cycles: songs before history, songs before the Battle of Kosovo, songs of the Battle of Kosovo, songs about Marko Kraljevic, songs about haiduks (outlaws), and songs of the Serbian Resurrection.
During the nineteenth century the whole Slavic-speaking Dinaric heroic epics were quite successfully appropriated and `nationalized' by the Serbs; the songs were organized into a corpus, the haiduks were turned into romantic national liberation fighters, while the most blood-thirsty and intolerant songs were concealed from eminent Western admirers.
But for the Pantler and his wife, the cook and his two helpers (dead drunk, all three of them), the parish priest, the footman, four stouthearted Haiduks, and myself, the castle stood unmanned.
Botev began writing poetry while still in school, under the influence of the Bulgarian folklore and songs glorifying the "haiduks" - rebels and outlaws fighting the Ottoman rule.
Ademas, el haiduk Jowiza informo de que su hijastra, de nombre Stanacka, hacia 15 dias se habia ido a dormir fresca y sana, pero que desperto a la medianoche dando gritos terribles, temblando y aterrorizada; quejandose de que el hijo muerto de un haiduk (22), de nombre Milloe, que habia muerto nueve semanas antes, habia intentado asfixiarla causandole un gran dolor en el pecho, y que su situacion fue empeorando hasta que finalmente murio al tercer dia.