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The concept of historicism in selected works of Alois Jirásek and Zikmund Winter
This diploma thesis deals with contribution of chosen writings by Alois Jirásek and Zikmund Winter. It tries to clarify the term historism and its infiltration into Czech literature, particularly in novels Temno and Mistr Kampanus. The thesis also outlines the period after the Battle of the White Mountain. Its consequences dramatically influenced political, religious, social and cultural conditions in the Czech lands. It defines terms historical novel and historical short story to specify the border between this genre and the other proses of the then time. The practical part gives a concrete form of a complex interpretation of novels Temno and Mistr Kampanus. It introduces a dispute over historism between Alois Jirásek and Zikmund Winter. With the aid of content analysis of chosen readers for primary and secondary schools the thesis finds out the frequency of extracts by mentioned authors in schoolbooks. In closing the thesis focuses on evaluation of searched extracts in readers and mentions also FEP.
The map of the historical realism
BÁRTLOVÁ, Štěpánka
Bachelor thesis deals with historical realism. It gives general summary of historical realism, it focuses on the famous writers and their work. Main sources of information for the first part were Česká literatura od počátků k dnešku, Přehledné dějiny literatury české, Průvodce po dějinách české literatury, Trvání v proměně. The task of this thesis was to create a review of theses about the most importent work written by Alois Jirásek, Zikmund Winter, Václav Beneš Třebízský. Data used to create this survey was taken from Retrobi. Part of this thesis is also summary of this data in graphs.
Modernity in Controversy. Zikmund Winters´ work in the Journal Zvon (1900-1912)
This piece of work will be talking about famous works (such as Peklo, Mistr Kam- panus) and margine contributions of Zikmund Winter. These contributions were published in 1900 ? 1912 in magazine called Zvon. These texts will be considered especially from the poit of view of the contributors of magazine Zvon and Moderní revue. These contributors had many polemics between each other. Moderní revue was the centre of decadent and symbolist orientation. My aim is to describe the literaly method of Zikmund Winter that can be considered sometimes as opposed, sometimes as identical with programme of Česká moderna. The solution will be not only the interpretation of chosen works but also the analysis of comments, editorial notes and reviews concerned these works.

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