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Theme of Religion in the Poetry of Miguel de Unamuno
Kotuľáková, Lívia ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Housková, Anna (referee)
The importance of religion in the work of Miguel de Unamuno is undeniable. This work is an interpretation and analysis of Unamunos' religious thinking in his most important essays and poetry and its' objective is to point out how the concept of Unamunos' religios thinking is reflected in his poetry, and underline differentiations and specificsog his poetic expressions of religious feeling in comparison with his essayistic works. My work is divided in theoretical and practical part: in theoretical part, is the analysis of fundaments of Unamunos' religious concepts (desire for immortality, oposition of mind and emotion, the creative power of belief, God as a garantie of immortality). Attention is also placed upon the breaking point in authors spiritual life, which he lived thrue in the year 1897. Within the merits of description of theological-philosophic background of Unamunos work, a closer attention is given to the inspiration obtained from liberal potestant theology and filosofical opinions of Blaise Pascal and Søren Kierkegaard. Some space is also given to Unamuns posture towards Catholic Church and his critic of this organization, as well as his relationship with the movement of Catholic Modernism. In the practical part of work is explained the importance and the specific position of poetry,...
Antonio Muñoz Molina's Novel
Kopuletá, Hana ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Housková, Anna (referee)
The aim of this work is to describe the development of literary works of well-known Spanish writer Antonio Muñoz Molina on the basis of an analysis of his selected novels, which were published in the period up to the year 2000. They are Beatus Ille, El invierno en Lisboa, Beltenebros, El jinete polaco, Ardor guerrero and Plenilunio. In the introductory part of this thesis we briefly summarize the development of the Spanish novel, which occurred between the sixties and the eighties of the 20th century. This theoretical part will be followed up with the analysis of the author's works. Selected novels will be divided into three groups, which also correspond to the three main creative periods through which Muñoz Molina's work has passed. Within each chapter, we first describe the specifics of the set creative periods and then analyze all the novels we have included in that chapter. When distributing the novels to individual units, the chronological order in which they were published will be preserved in order to obtain the most accurate picture of the development that the author's creation has undergone. In the end, we summarize the defined creative periods and set the trends that Antonio Muñoz Molina is constantly returning in his novels.
Simón Bolívar through the eyes of G. García Márquez
Pulcerová, Romana ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Housková, Anna (referee)
(in English) In my bachelor thesis, I focus on the period of struggles for independence in Latin America that began in the first half of the 19th century. In particular, I describe the legendary figure of Simón Bolívar's independence movement, whose legacy is still recognized and revered in Latin America. First I will describe Bolívar's biography and specify historical events that have had an impact on his life. I will try briefly to explain the progress and gain of independence. I will come closer to Bolívar in the work of "The General in his Labyrinth" in which Colombian author Gabriel G. Márquez, who portrays the last months of his life. It is not only Bolivar as a historical person, but as a man whose size and glory did not help escape from loneliness and abandonment in the last moments of his life. The aim of my work is to approach Bolívar's life from the point of view of Márquez. It is a connection between the typical theme of loneliness of Márquez in the historical context.
Characters in The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolaño: between the infra-reality and the fiction
Krejčová, Veronika ; Housková, Anna (advisor) ; Binková, Simona (referee)
This work is centered in the analysis of characters in the novel The Savage Detevcives written by Roberto Bolaño. The thesis has no purpose in the biografic analysis of its authors life. It represents a detailed research and identification of characters that were (and still are) attached to our delimited context which is centered in the years of the development of the plot (1975-1976) and the years after while the movement infrarrealsim lasts. Its purpose is the analysis of each selected character. In order to fulfill it I have created the concept of the "infra-grafía". An infra-grafía is some kind of curriculum of each character that helps to respond the question that this work arises: which characters are fictional and which are infra-real? Because real is none of them.
Cante jondo as a reflexion of the sensation of loneliness
Jenerálová, Kristýna ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Housková, Anna (referee)
The thesis Cante jondo as a reflection of solitude of the flamenco community of Andalucía observes the letras, the lyrics of the songs of the flamenco phenomenon of the cante jondo, and the reflection and manifestation of different kinds of solitude within the lyrics of the song of the flamenco community of the southern spanish region of Andalucía. The thesis Cante jondo as a reflection of solitude of the flamenco community serves as an overview of the particular styles of the cante jondo. It focuses before all at the description of the musical component of flamenco and the most it focuses on the phenomenon of the cante jondo.
The poetics of spontaneity in the Hispanic - American "rainforest novel"
Zaťko, Roman ; Housková, Anna (advisor) ; Poláková, Dora (referee) ; Areta Marigo, Maria Gema (referee)
This dissertation thesis is dedicated to the phenomenon of spontaneity in the Hispanic-American rainforest novel. The concept of spontaneity is based on the mechanism of synthesis of components in the structure of an artistic text. These components are a part of the variability of the analyzed novels. Heterogeneous structures are created on the basis of spontaneity and their result is interpretation variability of a literary work. This multiple meaning enables the reader not to lose interest in this kind of work over time. The theoretical explanation of the spontaneity in the literature is based on the concept of transculturation created by the Uruguayan essayist Ángel Rama and the terms of intentionality and unintentionality defined by Jan Mukařovský. The dissertation thesis is divided in two parts: the first one is dedicated to the formal aspect of the phenomenon of spontaneity and the second one to the thematic point of view. The whole process of synthesis finishes in the final chapter with a decomposition of a storm, when the element of water separates from the element of fire to be able to rejoin each other and create a new storm. This characteristic movement for the phenomenon of spontaneity follows the cyclic process of synthesis and separation of the components in the literary work....
The Mexican Feast of Día de Muertos: Ist Evolution and Perception Via the Perspective of Mexican Identity
Kalkusová, Tereza ; Housková, Anna (advisor) ; Poláková, Dora (referee)
The thesis follows a thematic line in selected works dealing with the celebration of the Day of the Dead and various manifestations of the Mexican attitude toward death. It focuses both on its alteration in time and on the sources from which Mexican perspective of the death, as a part of the national ideological construct, springs from (existentialism, rural fatalism, Mexican Revolution, "philosophy of the Mexican character", tradition of the calaveras poems and graphics). The studied writings or sectors, which the thesis deal with, are: Nahua's lyric poetry, tradition of the calaveras poems and graphics, the large metaphysic poem of José Gorostiza Death Without End; chosen chapters of the essayistic creation of Octavio Paz, Carlos Fuentes and Carlos Monsiváis; Juan Rulfo's novel Pedro Páramo and Carlos Funtes's novella Aura.
The Concept of Utopia in the Work of Alejo Carpentier
Mištríková, Jana ; Housková, Anna (advisor) ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (referee)
The goal of this master's thesis was to focus on the presence of utopia in three works written by the Cuban writer Alejo Carpentier The Lost Steps (Los pasos perdidos), Explosion in a Cathedral (El siglo de las luces) and The Kingdom of this World (El reino de este mundo). It has been defined the characteristics of utopia as a literary genre, which have been subsequently applied to the novels mentioned above. The study devoted to the novel The Lost Steps was the most detailed one. Attention was also paid to writer's perceptions of Latin America through "marvelous real".
Absurdity of Violence in Modern Hispanoamerican Theatre
Merhautová, Eva ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Housková, Anna (referee)
(English) The aim of this work is to compare the features of the theatre of the absurd of three hispanoamerican works, Falsa Alarma by Virgilio Piñera, Los Siameses by Griselda Gambaro and La noche de los asesinos by José Triana. First, the theoretical introduction focuses on the origins of the so called theatre of the absurd and its main sources, its main characteristics and finally its extension throughout the Latin America. Furthemore, the principal part of this work deals with the concrete analysis of the three theatre works mentioned above, and slightly discusses lifes and works of its authors. Individual chapters aim as at the typical absurd elements, as at those that are in some way original within the theatre of the absurd paradigm. The main help for each analysis are three principal features of this movement: denial of the plot, violation of the communicative function of the language and even systematical rupture of characters. The final part focuses as on the mutual comparison of the three hispanoamerican works, as their likening to the european theatre of the absurd works.
Doppelgänger in spanish short stories
Kroupová, Alžběta ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Housková, Anna (referee)
(in English) The topic of this master thesis is a character of the double in Spanish short stories focused on 20th century. Firstly, we describe the historical context of this literary theme and we observe its changing through the time, its transition from a tragic tone to absurdity or a comic tone. The aim of this work is to observe Freud's concept of "unheimlich" feeling applied to the topic of the double and to investigate what literary tools can intensify this feeling in the reader. After this, we focus on repeating motives in selected short stories and we contemplate constituent aspects of this topic in the context of humanities.

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