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Autobiography in the Context of the Positioning Theory
Soukupová, Klára ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Hrdlička, Josef (referee) ; Zizler, Jiří (referee)
Mgr. Klára Soukupová Autobiography in the Context of the Positioning Theory Abstract This doctoral thesis is a theoretical and an interpretative study that deals with the genre of autobiography, its position in the contemporary literary theory and problems related to an interpretation of autobiographical texts. Autobiography as a genre of non-fictional literature refers to real characters and events, but at the same time it is a literary work of art, a verbal construct in which the representation of reality is subject to the intentions of the author and to the rules of construction, that are close to the compositional techniques of fictional texts. The first part of the thesis concentrates on the theory of autobiography and its interdisciplinary context. It summarizes the development of theory of autobiography from the late 19th century to the present. Also, the concepts of the memory studies (especially the concept of collective memory) and the problem of distinguishing fiction and non-fiction (discussed in philosophy of history in 1970s and 1980s, fictional worlds theory, pragmatics of fiction, etc.) are taken into account. The theoretical chapter critically reflects P. Lejeune's definition of autobiography, based on the concept of the autobiographical pact. In relation with the problem of how to define...
Resisting Temptation:Mephistophelian seduction in Czech Theatrical Drama of the 1970's and 1980's
Imlaufová, Markéta ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This master thesis deals with the topic of temptation in three Czech Theatrical Dramas of the 1970's and 1980's, inspired by the legend of Faust. These dramatic works represent different model approaches of dealing with such a topic. Thesis focuses on the principle of evil and its functioning. The temptation by Devil is therefore defined as Mephistophelian seduction, which occurs in drama plays selected as a subject of this thesis. The thesis analyzes and describes Mephistophelian seduction and its realization in theatrical dramas. Thesis elaborates the mechanism of evil principle and examines how the main protagonists are influenced in their acting and behaviour by this power. This thesis brings the power of evil into the wider context of "higher power" and describes relations between the power of evil and totalitarian power. On this base the historical and political context of the lives of the authors is considered as an important element. Based on comparison of all these aspects the principle of Mephistophelian seduction is reflected within its existential dimension. KEYWORDS Temptation, Devil, Mephistophelian seduction, protagonist, evil principle, drama, Faust, Mephistopheles, Václav Havel, Oldřich Daněk, Jiří Suchý
The Theory of Petrified Worlds on the Example of Anti-utopian and Dystopian Literature
Pavlova, Olga ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Glanc, Tomáš (referee) ; Češka, Jakub (referee)
In my dissertation Theory of Petrified Worlds on the Example of Anti-Utopian and Dystopian Literature, I deal with anti-utopian and dystopian literature, which has been largely neglected by Czech scholarship. After the introduction to the issue I deal with the detailed analysis of the novel We by Yevgeny Zamyatin, after which I devote my attention to the theoretical definition of terms, including the historical mapping of previous research. I focus on the historical context of the emergence of the genres, including a deeper analysis of its beginnings, i.e. the development of utopian literature from Plato to William Morris and Herbert George Wells, and in detail describe the emergence of anti-utopian literature primarily as an opposition to utopian tendencies and its evolution into dystopia. A major part of the work deals with a specific semiotic analysis of the characteristic and constitutive features of the genres of anti-utopian and dystopian literature of the 20th and 21st centuries. This includes, among other things, the closed and petrified world of the novels, which gave the name to the presented theory, the strict division of society, the existence of newspeak, the characteristics of the main and secondary characters, as well as the social and political context of the analysed works. In...
Reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings
Kubíček, Tomáš ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
Reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings Abstract Thesis Reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings describes and evaluates selected concepts concerning the reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings. The primary goal is to describe essence of reimbursement of costs and to answer this common question: "Who shall pay it in the end?" Thesis is dived into three parts. The thesis starts with introduction where author sets goals of the thesis and methods of scientific work to compile and process assigned subject. Furthermore there is briefly defined distinction between reimbursement of costs and payment of costs. The part is concluded with description of the goals of costs in proceedings and types of systems of reimbursement of costs. The first part of the thesis is concerned with reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings. The first chapter starts with reimbursement of costs in trial and adversarial proceedings. This chapter is the most extensive. It consists of description of reimbursement of costs and types of costs. There is also dedicated part to decisions and remedies concerning the reimbursement of costs. The second chapter is concerned with reimbursement of costs in trial and non-adversarial proceedings. This...
Reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings
Kubíček, Tomáš ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
Reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings Abstract Thesis reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings describes and evaluates selected concepts concerning the reimbursement of costs in trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings. The primary goal is to describe essence of reimbursement of costs and to answer this common question: "Who shall pay it in the end?". Thesis is dived into four parts. The thesis starts with introduction where author sets goals of the thesis and methods of scientific work to compile and process assigned subject. In the first part author briefly defines terms trial proceedings and enforcement proceedings in order to clarify subject of the thesis. Furthermore there is briefly defined distinction between reimbursement of costs and payment of costs. The second part of the thesis is concerned with reimbursement of costs in trial and adversarial proceedings. This part is the most extenstive and most evaluated. It consists of description of reimbursement of costs and types of costs. There is also dedicated part to decisions and remedies concerning the reimbursement of costs. Third part is concerned with reimbursement of costs in trial and non-adversarial proceedings. Third part is divided into three chapters according to the...
Child's Reader - Child's Poet
Perglerová, Jitka ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
The presented diploma thesis maps the situation of contemporary child's reading. It deals with the factors which form the child reader externally (especially family, school and libraries, or the projects supporting child's reading). The main part of the thesis presents an analysis of the contemporary poetry for children. It examines how the books can influence the readers and motivate them for further reading. For the text analysis, the books of poetry which were awarded in competitions of Zlatá stuha or Magnesia Litera in 2013-2017 were selected as representative samples, namely Poetický slovníček dětem v příkladech, Všelijaké řečičky pro kluky a holčičky and Moře slané vody by Radek Malý, Tetovaná teta by Daniela Fischerová, Vynálezárium by Robin Král and Hlava v hlavě by David Böhm and Ondřej Buddeus. When analyzing the illustrations, attention was paid to the selected books that won the art category of Zlatá stuha and the competition Nejkrásnější česká kniha roku (The Most Beautiful Czech Book of the Year) and to the books representing the model production of the publishing houses of Běžíliška, Meander and series Raketa in publishing house Labyrint. An aspect of illustration was analyzed in the concertina books Rekomando and Ferdinande! by Robin Král and concertina book O čem sní by Petr...
Comic in Jan Neruda's Columns in 1860s
Špaček, Martin ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
The thesis deals with the comic aspect of the first decade of Jan Neruda's vast column work. The main goal of the thesis is to define and clearly arrange the vague terms in the comic area as well as delimit the column within the author's entire journalist work. The first part of the thesis summarizes the research efforts made so far into Neruda's column journalism focusing on its comic component. The main part of the thesis is dedicated to the two basic forms of literary comic in Neruda's columns, satire and humour, specifically their foundations, means, forms, goals and topics. The incidence, stability and/or variability of the given comic tools are also discussed. In addition, the thesis describes the interrelating factors that significantly affected the form of the author's column comic in the decade observed: the then social and political climate, Neruda's model reader and (self) censorship. KEY WORDS Neruda, column, comic, satire, humour
Petr Stančík : Mummy Mill - complex narrative analysis
Kovářová, Iveta ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Píšová, Ina (referee)
This bachelor thesis attends to complex narrative analysis of novel Mlýn na mumie written by Petr Stančík. This novel was published by Druhý domov in 2014. The analysis covers the story level and the narrative discourse level. At the story level aims to cover all key incidents, characters and space. At the narrative discourse level follows the category of time, the narrator and focalization. The analysis will be completed with the last chapter about the model reader. As a secondary sources for the analysis the Naratologie by the Kubíček, Bílek and Hrabal group, publications Narativní způsoby v české literatuře and Heterocosmica by Lubomír Doležel, publication Sémantika narativního prostoru by Soňa Šinclová and Tomáš Kubíček and publication Vypravěč by Tomáš Kubíček have been used.

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