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Cognitive assumptions of interferential phenomena on the grammatical level in the case of Russian-Czech individual bilingualism
Fiyalka, Svitlana ; Gladkova, Hana (advisor) ; Hrdlička, Milan (referee)
The thesis shows the approaches of cognitive grammar to the description and analysis of case category's functioning in Czech and Russian languages. Attention is limited to the cognitive grammar as it interpreted by American linguist R. Langacker. Cognitive researches on Slavic languages by L. Janda are also crucial for this diploma. From this point of view the thesis's author studies the interferential phenomena which are typical for Russian-language speakers when they use the Czech language. In other words, by means of conceptual apparatus relevant to cognitive grammar author explains the different use of case category in both these languages. Keywords Cognitive grammar, case, interference, Czech language, Russian language
Art interpretation of Czech history in the historical prose by Alois Jirásek
Fiyalka, Svitlana ; Stárková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Dolenská, Jana (referee)
The thesis deals with the issues of literary-historical situation of works by Alois Jirásek in the Czech tradition of the historical novel and characteristic of literary representation of history by the writer. The thing is that after the creation of Czechoslovakia in 1918 Jirásek became the official symbol of the literature of the new state, and younger authors followed him ideologically, thematically, and after the formal construction of works. Jirásek's authority didn't weaken in the second half of the 20th century, when his method of literary interpretation of Czech history was ideologically misused. On the basis of literary analysis of two historical novels (Proti všem and Temno), the author of thesis describes Jirásek's narrative style and the means of expression that gives the writer the possibility to reach the art effectiveness of his novels. The thesis also puts a question whether the works by Alois Jirásek are alive today. Keywords Alois Jirásek, historical novel, interpretation of Czech history, Hussite movement, literary analysis