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La Lozana andaluza and the Literary Canon
Holub, Jiří ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Bellón Aguilera, José Luis (referee) ; Prokop, Josef (referee)
The theme of the dissertation is the important piece of 16th century Spanish prose, Retrato de la Lozana andaluza (Portrait of Lozana: The Lusty Andalusian Woman) by Francisco Delicado. Published anonymously in Venice around the year 1530, it fell into obscurity for the next three hundred years. The only known copy was discovered in the middle of the 19th century in Vienna. Over the next hundred and fifty years this literary curiosity gradually became recognized as an integral part of the Spanish literary canon. Still, the research of La Lozano andaluza continues to feature blank spaces and unresolved issues, and is at the same time characterized by its conflicting nature and the absence of a generally accepted consensus. The introduction of the thesis summarizes and evaluates the state and condition of present-day research and outlines the general problems of the literary canon and its exploration through the concept of a philological field. The aim of the first part of the thesis is to present all verified editing data and to focus on those aspects of the work that have been neglected. These include the typography and iconography of the original publication, the narrative structure and the overview and nature of the general meaning-making principles. Delicado's peculiar use of language, his...
Production of carotenoids grown on waste fat
Holub, Jiří ; Hároniková, Andrea (referee) ; Márová, Ivana (advisor)
Carotenoids are lipid-soluble pigments which are contained in plants and microorganisms. Carotenoids are known for their antioxidant effects. Lipids are predominantly non-polar substances, which are essential and present in all types of organisms. The research was made by theoretical and practical form. It was dealing with production of carotenoids pigments and different lipophilic substances by yeasts of Rhodotorula glutinis, Rhodosporidium toruloides and Sporidiobolus metaroseus, cultivated in media containing waste fat or glycerol. Further, methods for obtaining lipid substances from microorganisms and with further analysis of samples by gas or liquid chromatography were optimized. The main task of the research was to find out which types of media and yeasts are the most suitable for production of lipid substances. For production of lipid substances in glycerol media, as the best producing strain Rhodosporidium toruloides was found, which simultaneously reported the highest concentrations of carotenoids on fatty and fatty hydrolyzed media.
Superresulution of photography using deep neural network
Holub, Jiří ; Přinosil, Jiří (referee) ; Burget, Radim (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with image super-resolution with conservation of good quality. Firstly, there are described state of the art methods dealing with this problem, as well as principles of neural networks with focus on convolutional ones. Finally, there is described a few models of convolutional neural network for image super-resolution to double size, which have been trained, tested and compared on newly created database with pictures of people.
Ode in the poetry of Pablo Neruda
Povýšilová, Ester ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
This Bachelor's thesis deals with the poetry of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, with focus on his odes. The thesis chronicles important moments of Neruda's life, the possible division of his work, different influences which affected Neruda's poetry output, and will subsequently emphasis the odes from several points of view. Most attention is dedicated to the thematic aspect of the odes and furthermore their schematic structure. The aim of this thesis is not just to provide a comprehensive image of Neruda's odes and the context of his preceding work and influences to the Czech reader, but also to discover why they are so popular and the font of their power and magic. Key words Pablo Neruda, poetry, ode
Ode in the poetry of Pablo Neruda
Povýšilová, Ester ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
This Bachelor's thesis deals with the poetry of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, with focus on his odes. The thesis chronicles important moments of Neruda's life, the possible division of his work, different influences which affected Neruda's poetry output, and will subsequently emphasis the odes from several points of view. Most attention is dedicated to the thematic aspect of the odes, furthermore their style and schematic structure. The aim of this thesis is not just to provide a comprehensive image of Neruda's odes and the context of his preced-ing work and influences to the Czech reader, but also to discover why they are so popular and the font of their power and magic. Key words Pablo Neruda, poetry, ode
Engaged poetry in 1990s in Spain
Koňaříková, Kateřina ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
This thesis deals with the creation of selected Spanish poets who belong into literary movement of engaged poetry, poetry called critical consciousness in the 90s of the 20th century. Attempts to define the characteristics of Spanish engaged poetry and to describe the differences in selected poets of this poetry movement. The work first analyse the changes in committed and social poetry in the 20th century. Follows context of literary movements in 90s, definition of social engagement, features and themes of engaged poetry. The focus is on the creation of selected poets and analysis of selected collections. The work seeks the thematic and motivic structure of poems.
Luis Cernuda - The Melancholic Poet Tossed beetwen the Reality and the Desire.
Juračková, Pavlína ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
Palabras clave Cernuda - Melancolía - Generación del 27 - Moderna - Vanguardia Sumario La tesis reflexiona sobre la poética del libro La realidad y el deseo del poeta español y crítico literario Luis Cernuda. Dicho libro contiene seis colecciones que reflejan la maduración sucesiva de una sensibilidad. El trabajo va a través de las reflexiones generales hasta la circunstancia histórica cernudiana presentada por los conceptos de la vanguardia y la modernidad, a los cuales intenta acercarse y describirlos. Consecuentemente el trabajo avanza desde el contexto más amplio hasta el espacio español, a la Generación del 27, y luego a la meditación sobre cada una de las colecciones. El objetivo de las reflexiones es una introducción del poeta Luis Cernuda que se acerca con su poética y su vida privada a la grandeza de los poetas europeos, a los cuales premeditadamente elige como una fuente de su inspiración. Los poemas de Cernuda se incorporan, por un lado, a la tradición de la lírica moderna europea cavilada sobre la melancolía y la tristeza y, por otro lado, nos muestran unas originales reflexiones líricas que piensan en el destino humano en general. El trabajo podría ser un impulso para la traducción de la obra cernudiana al checo porque todavía sigue faltando en el espacio literario de nuestro país.
Visual setting and imagination in G. García Márquez writings
Blažková, Kristina ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
In this work I focus on the environment of selected works from Macondo cycle, where Gabriel García Márquez locates the story. My objective is to map the way Gabriel García Márquez describes the environment, occurrances aned characters' actions. I try to compare, from the point of veiew of a reader, to what extent these are descriptions of environment and inhabitants of South America and to what extent this is an expression of the author' s imagination using magical elements, allegories and metaphors. I accent the part played by wings and tableaus in selected works, mainly in the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, and to what extent Gabriel García Márquez contributed to new narrative method by this.
Metafictional narrative strategies of two Cervantes' Exemplary Novels
Krátká, Tereza ; Holub, Jiří (advisor) ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (referee)
The aim of the work is to sum up main function of the metafictional narrative strategies in two Cervantes' Exemplary Novels - The dialogue between Scipio and Berganze and The deceitful marriage. At the beginning, the text is focused on composition of both novels, mainly on their narrative structure. In the next part, the work is concentrated on analysis of reminiscences relevant - as for novels' genre, language and style - for interpretation of metaficitonal narrative with respect to the period of baroque upcoming. Then, the narrative structure is compared with Cervantes' novel Don Quijote which is based on the same type of narrative strategy. The author comes to the conclusion that the primary function of the metafictional narrative strategies is a possibility to interpret the question of the truth in relation to the baroque reality of the 17th century in Spain. The main importance of the work is presentation of a detailed narrative scheme of two novels, up to now absent in majority of theoretical works aimed at Exemplary Novels composition. Key words: Miguel de Cervantes, Dialogue between Scipio and Berganze, El coloquio de los perros, metafiction, intertextuality, credibility, narrative strategies.
Body and sexuality in San Camilo 1936
Šatopletová, Petra ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
In the Bachelor's thesis Body and Sexuality in the Novel San Camilo 1936, we are going to pursue some of the principal themes of this work; these are based on depictions of the human body in its physical form, i.e. disease, injury, death, external appearance of the characters, and various aspects of sexuality. In order to get to analyze the respective themes, it is neccessary to get to know the author first. It's Camilo José Cela, often noted as one of the greatest novelists of the 20th century, a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1989 and various other awards. Beside novels, Cela also wrote poetry, travelogs, plays, essays, short stories and newspaper articles. He is famous for his novel La Familia de Pascual Duarte (The Family of Pascual Duarte), introducing the new literary trend tremendism to the world of literature. The term tremendism is derived from the Spanish word 'tremendo', which can be translated as terrible, horrifying, raising fear etc. This by itself gives us an idea about this style's characteristics, which we are going to present in the following text. We consider it essential to give some insight into the period of history the novel was written and set in. It takes place at the very beginning of the Spanish Civil War, specifically the week around the 18th July 1936,...

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