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|Born||(1962-04-25)25 April 1962
|Died||4 December 1979(1979-12-04) (aged 17)
She was born and lived in the seaside town of Burgas. Dubarova published poems in youth newspapers and magazines such as: Septemvriyche, Rodna Rech, and Mladezh (Youth). Some of her poems became songs, very popular in Bulgaria since the 1980s: Зимна ваканция (Winter holidays), Пролет (Spring), Доброта (Kindness), Лунапарк (Fun-fair), Нощ над града (Night over the city).
Dubarova committed suicide via sleeping pills overdose on December 4, 1979 at the age of 17. She left a note that says:
Зад стените на голямата къща (Behind the walls of the big house)
- "Az i Moreto" (The Sea and Me) (1980)
- "Lyastovitsa. Stihove i Razkazi" (Swallow. Poems and short stories) (1987)
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