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Neorealism in Italian Literature
Gregorová, Silvia ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Pelán, Jiří (referee) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
This dissertation on Neorelism in Italian Literature seeks to concretise and define more precisely literary neorealism through the analysis of the literary works of the main representatives (main representatives of what?) . Formally, the work is divided into eleven chapters. The first two chapters are aimed at a theoretical introduction to the issues related to the subject: the definition of realism and the introduction of the literary directions from which neorealism was based. The third chapter outlines the historical and cultural context of the twenties and thirties, that is, the time that preceded the emergence of neorealism, and at the same time gives a brief overview of the cultural movements that were at that time. The chapter concludes with an analysis of novels that are not yet non-realistic, but their linguistic and by means of content they no longer presage neorealism. The novels are: Gli Indifferenti by Alberto Moravia, Paesi tuoi by Cesare Pavese and Conversazione in Sicilia by Eloa Vittorini. The fourth chapter is devoted to the English translations of Cesare Pavese, which introduced new linguistic means into Italian literature. The anthology of L'Americana, which was compiled and edited by Elio Vittorini in 1941 and...
Boundaries of the labyrinth. Literary Space in the Italian Postmodern Novels
Čaplyginová, Olga ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Pelán, Jiří (referee) ; Pechar, Jiří (referee)
The Phd thesis titled Boundaries of the labyrinth and subtitled Literary space in the Italian postmodern novels strives for specification and closer definition of the genre of post-modern novel through the analysis of literary space. Formally, the thesis is divided into three parts. The first part aims to provide a theoretical introduction into the problems of three areas related to the given topic, namely the definition of postmodernity and postmodernism, the genre of the novel itself and last but not least the study of space in literature. The content of the second part is the actual literary and scientific analysis of the selected novels (Città invisibili and Se una notte d'inverno un viaggiatore by Italo Calvino, Notturno indiano by Antonio Tabucchi, Comici spaventati guerrieri by Stefano Benni and Oceano mare and City by Alessandro Baricco) which follows three basic and most frequent spacial topoi occurring in these novels, namely the topos of the city, the house-hotel and the road. The third and final section sums up the observed aspects and characteristics and strives to use them as a basis for determining a certain and generalizing spacial and temporal principle which would facilitate at least a partial characterization of the postmodern novel as an independent genre.
The topic of concentration camp in Italian women's memoir literature
Bílkovská, Eva Tereza ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
(in English): The topic of the master's thesis is Italian women's memoir literature which deals with the theme of concentration camp. The factual part is devoted not only to the situation of Jews in the 30th and 40th years of the 20th century, but especially women's memoirs literature and its specific features. The analytical part is focused on live and work of three writers and holocaust survivors: Luciana Nissim, Liana Millu and Giuliana Tedeschi. The final part of the thesis is devoted to a comparison of the women writers and their literary work in the context of "concentration literature".
The lyrical subject of the poetry of crepuscolari
Ertlová, Monika ; Pelán, Jiří (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
A poetic style of crepuscolarism originates in Italy of the beginning of the 20th century. This term is generally used to describe works of so called "poets of twilight". Crepuscolarism marks the beginning of the modern literature in Italy and stands in opposition to the classical literature of 19th century. In comparison to the older poetry, crepuscolari poetry differs, among others, in connection to lyrical subjects - here the relation is clearly negative. The aim of this thesis is to provide both an analysis, and description of Italian crepuscolari poetry, in order to determine the nature of lyrical subjects used. It also compares and contrasts works of the most important poets or Crepuscolarism thier impact on the future generation of Italian poets. After a theoretical introduction, four chapters follow. These are devoted to the most important crepuscolari poets, namely Guido Gozzano, Sergio Corazzini, Marino Moretti, and Aldo Palazzeschi.Here bio-bibliographic information, typical characteristics of their poetry, their understanding of the role of a poet, and relations to lyrical subjects were described in and analysed. In following chapters these results were compared to the development of the lyrical subject in the next generation of Italian poets (Eugenio Montale, Umberto Saba, Giuseppe...
Arturo and Agostino: a Comparison Drawn between the Boy Protagonists of the proses by Morante and Moravia
Šupíková, Barbora ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
The Bachelor thesis has comparative character and focuses on the comparison drawn between the boy protagonists of the proses L'isola di Arturo by Elsa Morante and Agostino by Alberto Moravia with an emphasis on initiating storyline of both works. In each chapter this thesis compares similarities and differencies between both works and their protagonists. At the same time there are compared authors' approaches to the topic and their choices of style of writing. After the initial presentation of both authors, their proses and their insertion into the literary context the thesis deals with the comparison of both proses and afterwards with the comparison of their protagonists Arturo and Agostino. In the first part of the proses, the perspective of their narrative structure, setting, time and the role of the narrator are studied. Each chapter of the second part of the thesis is focused on the family relationships of the protagonists, their adolescence and awareness of their own sexuality and of their inner world. Both proses are written in the form of the novel and describe the difficult journey of teenagers towards adulthood. Both stories of Arturo and Agostino are different from each other, however, it is possible to find numerous interfaces, especially in their psychological experinence of...
Two Garibaldian memorialists: Giuseppe Bandi a Giuseppe Cesare Abba
Rezková, Simona ; Pelán, Jiří (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
The subject of this degree paper is the two garibaldian memorialists Giuseppe Bandi and Giuseppe Cesare Abba and their memoirs. The introductory part is directed at the introduction to the Italian Risorgimento with an emphasis on the Expedition of the Thousand and Giuseppe Garibaldi. Following this, there is an overview of literature of Risorgimento, a characterization of the Garibaldian Memorialists and their most important representatives. Furthermore, the paper deals with both authors: their lives, writings and the analysis of their memoirs I Mille and Da Quarto al Volturno. The last part is given over an comparison of Bandi and Abba and their legacy in the current literature.
Enlightenment on the Apennine Peninsula Shown on the Example of Cesare Beccaria and Antonio Genovesi
Argalášová, Marta ; Helan, Pavel (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the Enlightenment on the Apennine Peninsula. Its introductory part focuses on the characteristics of Enlightenment as a movement, it tracks the Enlightenment's beginnings, its development and its essential figures. After this part follows a description of the situation in the eighteenth century and the enlightened reforms that took place in the area of the Apennine Peninsula. In the two subsequent parts the thesis focuses on two particular personages of the Italian Englightenment, Cesare Beccaria and Antonio Genovesi, on their lives, their philosophy and thein main works, and also on the influence that they had on the future generation of reformers.
The Sonnets by Giuseppe Gioachino Belli
Corona, Alena ; Pelán, Jiří (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
Italian literature does not only deal with literary texts in Italian language, but also with texts written in several Italian dialects. The objective of this thesis aims at introducing the vernacular works by Giuseppe Gioachino Belli, the main representative of the XIX century literary production in Roman dialect. The first chapter deals with the initial linguistic phase in Italy. It will present different types of dialect and, in particular, it will focus on the urban Roman one as well as on the specific features of its use as language adopted by the lowest social strata, that is the common people. It will also briefly cover the linguistic situation in Rome from a historical perspective and the influence of the Tuscan dialect on this city. Finally it will introduce a brief history of the literature written in roman dialect. The second chapter will focus on the historical development of the Papal State between the XVIII and the XIX centuries, during which it was considered as one of the most underdeveloped state of Europe due to its isolation and conservatism. It will further analyze the social stratification within the Papal State society, its social disparity which brought about high levels of dissatisfaction among the people and the outbreak of the revolutionary movement which led, as a...
Jews in the Novels by Giorgio Bassani
Grünzweigová, Tereza ; Pelán, Jiří (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
The subject of this thesis is an analysis of novel's works of Giorgio Bassani, namely Gli occhiali d'oro, Il giardino di Finzi-Contini, Ditero la porta and L'airone. In the introduction the author is presented and his prosaic work is described. Then the analysis of the mentioned works focused on Jewish issues is made. The analysis in the first part persues the question of Judaism and the problem of the alienation and the loss of individual identity. The following charter focuses on fascism in relation to the Jews. The historical context of the fascist era is sketched and explains the changes that were under way in the society and the mind of an individual that are reflected in the author's works. Finally the individual is confronted with the society of Ferrara of which he is eventually excluded as a foreigner.
Jewishness and fascism in works by Primo Levi, Giorgio Bassani and Elsa Morante
Baroni, Sarah ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to find and analyze thoroughly the elements of Jewishness and fascism in the writings of Primo Levi, Giorgio Bassani and Elsa Morante. We chose the key novels of these authors, where the topic of Jewishness and fascism is present most significantly. Then we made an analysis of these writings, we put emphasis on the topics examined by us and subsequently consequently we compared them. At first we described briefly a political-historical context in Italy after the ascension of fascism and during the war years. Afterwards we focused on individual writers who we firstly introduced in short biographical prefaces and after that we chose the representative writings in which we followed up their conception of the topic of Jewishness and fascism. In conclusion of the thesis we made a comparative analysis of the writings analyzed by us, and we found out that each of these authors had a specific attitude to the topic of Jewishness and fascism. Nevertheless, we noticed some analogies and similarities among the individual authors. For reasons of completeness, we mentioned what place the topic of Jewishness and fascism takes in the context of the total literary output of our chosen authors.

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