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Between the literary planes (prose by Umberto Eco and Dan Brown)
Blažková, Klára ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Píšová, Ina (referee)
The topic of this diploma thesis is the analysis of three novels (Il pendolo di Foucault and Numero zero by Umberto Eco and The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown) with usage of triadic model of literature. The thesis is based mainly on the concept of triadic model published by Umberto Eco in his study Apocalittici e integrati. The usage of his model is made difficult by the fact that the specific characteristics of the middle literary plane are not defined. Therefore we supplement Eco's concept with several additional studies. We hypothesized that Il pendolo di Foucault, Numero zero and The Da Vinci Code belong to the high, middle and low literary planes respectively. The results of this diploma thesis support our hypothesis. However, it is clear that the classification of Numero zero into the middle literary plane can be a matter of the discussion, while the specific characteristics of this plane are not yet strictly defined. The confirmation or refutation of the above mentioned hypothesis was not the only aim of this study. Additional aim was to focus on the novel which could belong to the middle literary plane and through the comparison with other novels contribute to the delimination of this literary plane. To this end, we found that the novel classified into middle literary plane uses very similar...
Women for Women: Women's Fiction in 21st century
Rusmanová, Romana ; Píšová, Ina (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
Tato diplomová práce se zaměřuje na současnou českou literaturu pro ženy psanou ženskými autorkami, a to zejména z hlediska čtenářů jejího dominantního žánru, červené knihovny. Cílem je popsat, jak dané autorky pracují s tradičními schématy žánru, nakolik realizují tradiční narativní schémata a jak tato schémata vnímají čtenářky preferující tento žánr. , Práce je rozdělena na teoretickou a výzkumnou část. V teoretické části jsme popsali stručný vývoj žánru jako součásti populární literatury a jeho charakteristické rysy. Základem výzkumné části je sociologické čtenářské šetření rozdělené na kvantitativní a kvalitativní. V kvantitativní části jsme provedli širší čtenářský průzkum formou dotazníků. Kvalitativní část je založena na analýze děl vybraných autorek, kterou jsme vedli pomocí volného hloubkového rozhovoru s úzkým okruhem respondentek. Tímto způsobem jsme analyzovali knihy Otcomilky od Simony Monyové, u knihy Bestiář od Barbary Nesvadbové a Tajné knihy Ireny Obermannové. Klíčová slova: současná česká literatura, červená knihovna, próza, čtenářský výzkum, Simona Monyová, Barbara Nesvadbová, Irena Obermannová Abstract My Diploma thesis is devoted to contemporary Czech literature for women. This type of literature write czech womens authors. We analyze this literary genre (women's fiction) in...
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.
Motive of "losers" in contemporary Czech drama
Jilemnická, Adéla ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Píšová, Ina (referee)
This master's thesis concerns itself with the motive of "despair" in contemporary Czech drama. It includes an analysis of selected plays written after 2000 by leading Czech authors belonging to the middle generation (Petr Zelenka; David Drábek; Jiří Pokorný; Petr Kolečko; Tomáš Svoboda; Lenka Lagronová; Iva Klestilová, born Volánková). The aim of the thesis is to analyze these dramas, to define characteristic elements and to determine whether we can identify a clear "desperate people" motive within their characters, deeming it a characteristic feature of contemporary Czech drama written by the middle generation. Using a comparative method we explore typical repetitive motives of the characters - anti- heroes, which suffer from having an unfulfilled personal life, a feeling of loneliness or a midlife crisis. The master's thesis describes the causes and manifestations of despair of the characters, as well as the solutions the dramas offer to the bleak situation (insanity, suicide, miracle). KEYWORDS contemporary Czech drama, motive of "losers", in-yer-face theatre, Petr Zelenka, David Drábek, Jiří Pokorný, Petr Kolečko, Tomáš Svoboda, Lenka Lagronová, Iva Klestilová (Volánková)
Expulsion of Sudetes Germans in 20th century literary fiction
Vrbatová, Lenka ; Píšová, Ina (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with literary depiction of expulsion of Sudetes Germans in the Czech fiction of the second half of the 20th century. Based on analysis of five novels it describes the influence of the period political ideology shaping the literary depiction of the Germans, the boarder areas of Czechoslovakia, the act of explusion itself, as well as Czech national identity across more than six decades.
(N)ostalgy: Literary depiction of childhood and youth in socialism in literary fiction after 1989
Cermonová, Klára ; Píšová, Ina (advisor) ; Peterka, Josef (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse the representation of the normalisation era as drawn in contemporary Czech literature after 1989. The thesis is based on reminiscent fiction about childhood and youth in the socialist era, dealing with so-called small history - family memories, depiction of childhood, youth and teenage years. This thesis deals with the typical codes for recalling the socialist era, identifies what is recalled and how, and examines what influences remembering of childhood and youth in the era.

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