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The conception of existentialism in the works El astillero and Juntacadáveres by Juan Carlos Onetti
Zemánková, Aneta ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Kalkusová, Tereza (referee)
The work of Juan Carlos Onetti marks a new beginning in the literary world of Latin America. The focus on the quick formation of new cities and the description of a person's deep emotions which are caused by the fast-changing chaotic world meant a breakup with the deep- rooted authorship and an important shift in the work of Latin American authors of the 20th century. In this bachelor's thesis I will mark out the existentialist elements that are responding to the changing atmosphere of the Río de Plata area present in the novels El astillero and Juntacadaveres. Based on the critical works, opinions of fellow writers and author's own point of view I will try to describe the world created by the protagonist of the above-mentioned novels, Larsen. key words: existentialism, space, Juan Carlos Onetti, Juntacadaveres, El astillero
Horacio Quiroga's Fantastic Short Stories
Potočná, Miriam ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Lukešová, Alice (referee)
(English) This bachelor thesis is dedicated to the work of short stories written by the hispano- american author Horacio Quiroga. It's main focus is the genre of fantastic short stories. First chapter of this thesis captures the life of the author and important events of his life that influenced his work. Emphasis is placed on the tragic of Quirogaś life because death was not only an element present at all times of his life but also an important motif depicted in his artistic creation. The next chapter treats modernism, since it's ideas influenced the work of Quiroga. The following chapter defines the concept of fantastic literature. The last chapter of this thesis treats the fantastic short stories of Horacio Quiroga and continues with a detailed practical analysis of a few selected short stories. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to offer to the reader a closer understanding of the genre of fantastic short stories and an answer to the question what makes the interpreted short stories fantastic.
The Basque Topic in the Works of Pío Baroja
Dvořáková, Veronika ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Poláková, Dora (referee)
The aim of the present Master`s Degree Thesis is to make an approximation to the Basque theme in the selected works of Pío Baroja. Concretely, it`s close to twenty short stories and the novels of the tetralogy Tierra vasca (Basque country), namely, La casa de Aizgorri, Zalacaín el aventurero, La leyenda de Jaun de Alzate y El mayorazgo de Labraz. First, the San Sebastian writer`s relation with the Basque country is presented, as well as his vision of his fatherland in the history context. Second, the presence of the Basque language - as known as euskera - in the works is described, as in the vocabulary, the onomastic or for example in phrases or in popular songs. Third, we study concrete Basque motives, such as the landscape, the cities and towns, the people, the history or the Basque sorcery and mythology.
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.
Feminism and femininity in the poems of Alfonsina Storni
Brányiková, Katarína ; Poláková, Dora (advisor) ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (referee)
The work focuses on the work of Argentinean author Alfonsina Storni, especially in connection with the new wave of feminism at the beginning of the 20th century. The chosen topic will be set in a wider context, including social conditions, political situation and society's opinions of female authors at the beginning of the twentieth century in Latin America. All these factors will then be used in a detailed analysis of the author's verses. The aim of the work is to define the style of Alfonsina Storni and, based on the content of her poems, to get an overview of her femininity, her relationship to men and how she succeeded in linking modernism with feminism. To all this I will also add the differences between feminism in the life of Alfonsina Storni and the one of today. All this on the basis of her work. Key words: Alfonsina Storni, poetry, feminism, Argentina.
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.
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.
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

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