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Imagination in William Blake's work and illustrations (work on paper underlay)
The diploma thesis "Imagination in William Blake´s work and illustrations (work on paper underlay)" is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part aims to study the life and work of the world known artist William Blake, make deeper analysis of his work and imagination. Professional thesis from theorists who dealt with with the work of William Blake will be presented. This theoretical part is important for creation of the second part. The primary goal of the practical part is to make the concept of the author's book, which is inspired by the work of William Blake and is entitled "Tribute to William Blake".
Amateur Poetry on the Internet as a Result of Leisure Akctivity
The work deals with relations between play, free time, amateur poetry on the Internet and selected competencies. The first chapters are devoted to the definition of the term leisure time and leisure time related participation. This is followed by characteristics of interest education and of human being as a subject of interest education. Next parts of the thesis include definitions of poetry and play and to an attempt to identify their common features. Subsequently, the thesis deals with the importance of play and poetry in human life. This work defines the term amateur literary web, maps and presents current Czech amateur literary websites. The last part deals with selected competencies, ie leisure and literary competence.
The temporality of the Romantics. Notes on the conception and figuration of time
Hrbata, Zdeněk
The intensive awareness or experience of time is one of the central topics of 19th century literature, particularly among authors considered Romantic. By way of several examples we focus on the poetry of these individuals (e.g. A. de Lamartine, V. Hugo and J. Vrchlický), whose work attempts to confront the irreversible course of time (the ancient, Virgilian subject: „fugit irreparabile tempus“, also dealt with by e.g. Petrarch and Pierre de Ronsard) by invoking and resurrecting the past, conserving and immortalizing the past, and with memories. For example, this penetrates the present of the subject and is involved in the creation of the continuum, when the passage of time, which in the Romantic conception of art is to be resisted by creation itself, does not necessarily entail disappearance and loss. In contrast to this we have Baudelaire's figures and the figure of time as the universal evil, the destructive enemy of the people provoking constant anxiety, the destroyer who cannot be eliminated, but who can, at least temporarily, be resisted by various forms of escape.
Didactic use of musicalized poetry in Czech language and Music
Dobiášová, Kateřina ; Tichá, Alena (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
This thesis focuses on verification of specific didactic processes which aim to closer introduce poetry to students of primary and secondary schools in an unconventional way. This goal is to be achieved with the use of music. The subject of research is the topic of musicalized poetry and mainly its didactic use in pedagogic practice. This work combined knowledge across subjects of czech grammar/literature and music and arts. The first chapter describes general principles of musicalising poetry, the process of musicalisation and common traits of musicalised poems. The core of the work consists of a reserach probe for which I have prepared several lecture preparation materials. These materials utilise various methods and processes for work with musicalised poetry - specifically I focused on texts of czech poets from the 20th century. Prepared lectures are applied in pedagogic practice by using the method of expetimental teaching. All the didactic outputs are accompanied by one or more reflections. In the end the results are summarized and learned facts are formulated for practical use.
The tranformations of poetry and view of it between years 1955 and 1959
Márová, Kristýna ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
- Květen In the second half of 1950's there started a continuo possibility to criticize some of the Party's prominent figures or art the Party promoted, and Kohout's poetry; disputations about the artistic heritage of František Halas; the questions of socialist realism by periodical Květen; and 'the end of the Second congress' spirit', which made end to these
Czech translations of French poetry in Moderní revue (1894-1925)
ŘÍHOVÁ, Veronika
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to find out how the Modern Revue contributed to the introduction of French authors and their influence on the Czech environment. In the first chapters I deal with the French literature at the beginning of the 20th century, describe how the Modern Revue worked and I also state the list of all the French poems that were published in the Revue. In the second part, I focus on the analysis, namely the poets who have been translated in the periodical, and then I briefly inform about the Czech translators, what translations they have specifically contributed and which poets were oriented to. In conclusion I will summarize the contribution of the Modern Revue to the introduction of French poetry in the 19th and early 20th centuries into the Czech environment.
Home as the topic of Czech philosophical work 20th and 21st century.
The diplom a thesis deals with home and its concepts in philosophical works. The aim was to grasp and describe home as a philosophical category, using the ideas and theories that we found in the Czech philosophical texts that came out during the 20th and 21st centuries. Through these available information, we have attempted to unify and create a more coherent, interconnected theory, in which we divided home intoseveral basic chapters that are absolutely decisive and decisive for the concept and understanding of home, both past and present.
Russian Poetry at the Beginning of 21st Century
Tiazhkun, Antonina
This diploma thesis is written on one of the least investigated and the least known areas of the Russian literature - contemporary Russian poetry. The aim of this thesis is to propose certain perception of, on one hand, the artistic patterns and contents, and, on the other hand, of the historical, cultural, social and aesthetic significance of the contemporary poetry. The key principles of the current poetic scene include the shift of the literary paradigm, aesthetic pluralism, and variety of the artistic styles. This work consists of three parts. The first chapter describes the theory of the forming of the post- Soviet literature, as well as its state after the second half of the 1980's until the present day, in the context of social, cultural and literary factors. The features and certain phenomena of the current literary process are also discussed within the first chapter. The second chapter examines the main aesthetic trends of the contemporary Russian poetry. The last part of the thesis provides the look upon the problematic and thematic characteristics as well as the stylistic features of the contemporary poetry. The research is based on the analysis of the works of some of the most outstanding contemporary Russian poets, which were included in the representative sample of this thesis: A....
Possibilities of poetotherapy use as a therapeutic tool at the health care
In this bachelor thesis I deal with possibilities of using poetry therapy as a therapeutic tool in health care. Poetry therapy is a method that uses elements of poetry. The work includes the theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part I deal with psychosomatics, communication, psychotherapy, literary kinds and genres, poetry therapy and other therapeutic methods. In the practical part I applied the qualitative research method, which was attended by 3 women and 3 men in the age range from 21 to 75 years. In my work I applied 4 methods - poet therapy, controlled interview, observation and music therapy. The aim of this work is to find out about internal problems, motivate them to read poems, awaken new interests, stimulate relaxation, harmony and social conscience by using 10 therapeutical hours during 10 weeks. New interests appeared in 72% of respondents. Motivating respondents to read poems was successful at 48%. A sense of harmonization was achieved in 72% of respondents. In 80% of the respondents we were able to create social conscience. In 68% of respondents, we managed to reduce internal problems where 78% of the participants had an inner relaxation. The results show that regular poetry therapy helps responders eliminate internal problems, bring a state of relaxation and have more empathy. It had less influence on raising new interests and to motivate respondents reading poems themselves. This work can serve not only students but also the general public as a source of information.

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