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Siginificance of literary salons in Russia during the rule of Alexander I.
Melkonova, Anastasia ; Nykl, Hanuš (advisor) ; Kosáková, Hana (referee)
The master's thesis is devoted to the theme of the literary salon in Russia during the rule of Alexander I and its role and significance for Russian society in general and for literature in particular. In the thesis is described the main reasons of formation of this phenomenon in Russia and also is made analysis of its history from formation to loss of significance, where special attention is paid to the literary salon of the rule of Alexander I. To reveal the specifics of the literary salon were analysed the difference between the salons and societies and other forms of organization of literary life, difference between the salons owned by ladies or gentlemen and also difference between the St. Petersburg and Moscow literary salons. Keywords: History of Russian culture, 19th century, literary salon, Russian literature
Růžena Svobodová: The woman in the Czech society at the turn of the 19th and the 20th Century. The chapters from the life and action of Růžena Svobodová.
Farková, Eva ; Kvaček, Robert (advisor) ; Pokorná, Magdaléna (referee)
The study delineates a picture of the woman writer, Růžena Svobodová, as an example of possible realization of a woman in the Czech society at the turn of 19th and 20th century. The woman writer, Růžena Svobodová, is introduced here in her many activities. Attention is paid to her works of fiction, in which she views the picture of contemporary woman and her position in society. The study reveals also the area of the woman writer's literary salon and summarizes its influence on the Prague society at the turn of 19th and 20th century. Included is also a portrait of Růžena Svobodová the woman journalist, which so far has been a neglected area. The study contains also a view of the woman writer's activities in the Czech Heart charitable organisation operating during World War I.

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