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Comparation of Šrámek and Hrubín lyrics drama
Bernasová, Natálie ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Brožová, Věra (referee)
The thesis focuses on comparison of the Šrámek's and Hrubín's lyrics drama. Its goal is to describe how much different this type of drama of compared authors is. Common and different approaches of these authors are deduced on the basis of selected characteristic features and key motives (motive of love, motives on the edge of fairy tales and myths, motive of death and the end, motive of writer), the role of nature, the role of music and some other components. The thesis builds on analysis and subsequent comparison of six original texts - on Šrámek's Červen (1905), Léto (1915), Měsíc nad řekou (1922), Plačící satyr (1923) and on Hrubín's Srpnová neděle (1958) and Křišťálová noc (1961). Another aim of this thesis is to confirm or refute the hypothesis that between the dramas Léto and Srpnová neděle exists the strongest mutual parallelism. The main source of information about lives of both authors are books written by František Buriánek and Iva Málková. Throughout the thesis are also used various other sources such as theater programs, contemporary critics and reviews. KEYWORDS František Hrubín, Fráňa Šrámek, lyrics drama, Srpnová neděle, Léto
Polish and Czech nonsense literature for children
Czudek, Lucja ; Brožová, Věra (advisor) ; Píšová, Ina (referee)
The diploma thesis describes Polish and Czech nonsense in children's literature. The main goal is to define nonsense literature, its development from a historical and formative point of view, considering contemporary events. The first part of the thesis focuses on the theoretical definition of the term nonsense and its historical aspect, especially on the two key representatives of English nonsense Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll. The next part deals with the development of Polish nonsense in children's literature. Two main authors, Julian Tuwim and Jan Brzechwa, who are considered as the creators of the new poetic school, took part in the formation of nonsense in Poland. Absurd humour and the world of children readers became the main inspirations for their work. This poetics was followed by other representatives of the Polish nonsense, including Ludwik Jerzy Kern, Wanda Chotomska and others. The work also focuses on the development of Czech nonsense for children, its main personalities and major works, which are based on nonsense, absurdity and word play. The diploma describes nonsense work for children of Josef Kainar, Jiří Kolář, Miloš Macourek, Pavel Šrut and other writers of literature. The last part of the thesis deals with specific nonsense literature for children of Polish and Czech authors....
Polariites of young adult fiction in Czech prose in between the wars
Dadáková, Markéta ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Brožová, Věra (referee)
This thesis focuses on the variations within the genre of young adult fiction in the period between the two world wars. It explores the forms of this genre depending on the intention of the work and the relationship between the text and its model reader. The thesis is divided into two main chapters; the first is theoretical and is divided into two parts. The second chapter focuses on comparative analysis. The first literary-historical part deals with the life and literary life of a woman, starting at the second half of the nineteenth century and presents the genre of the romance novel with its sub-genres; the starting point is the work of Lenderová and Mocná. The second theoretical part contains the typology of popular and artistic literature and the categories included therein, especially the categories of author, narrator, reader and model reader. This part is based mainly on Eco's concept of literary work. The second chapter interprets and compares always two stories by Czech authors of the interwar and early wartime. Selected texts of the authors belonging to the canon of artistic literature (Benešová, Pujmanová, Majerová) is compared with the texts of the authors of popular literature (Hüttlová, Neubauer, Žďárská-Strejčková). The thesis presents connections between these texts of dual...
Animal Protagonist in Texts Usable in Education
Vomastková, Martina ; Brožová, Věra (advisor) ; Neumann, Lukáš (referee)
This thesis is focused on an animal protagonist in literary texts which could be used in education because of their didactic potential. The aim of this thesis is to describe the form of representation of an animal protagonist (and nature in general) in chosen literary texts and to design the possible ways how to use these texts in education. The first part is dedicated to a theme of animal in the cultural context, especially in the literature with a short ethology-digression. The second part deals with a literary-theoretical analysis of texts from Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Vitaly Bianki and Ceridwen Dovey. The third part of this thesis is focused on the didactic potential of analyzed texts aiming to econarratology. In the last chapter are described possibilities of the didactic work with all the formerly analyzed texts. Keywords animal protagonist, anthropomorphism, literature for children and youth, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Vitaly Bianki, Ceridwen Dovey, education, econarratology, didactic potential
Reading for women in the Lada magazine
Kubínová, Eva ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Brožová, Věra (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the profile of fiction published in the magazine Lada on the turn of the nineteenth century into the twentieth. The chosen representative sample of six volumes stretching over the period of twenty years was thoroughly analyzed, focusing on the most important aspects of the individual prosaic contributions, which are the following: the theme, both the main and the supporting characters, the plots, the time and space dimension of the stories, the autor's style, the tuning of proses and their belonging to different artistic movements. Another perspective of interest to this project is the author's background, its changes over time and its influence on the overall orientation and appearance of the magazine, with the overall characteristics of it also included. The deeper, intellectual background reflected in the individual proses is also discussed. Given the fact that the publishing timeline extends over two different historical epochs, this final thesis strives to find answers to the question of to which extent the author's thinking was influenced by the historically social context, i.e. to what degree the authors adopt the modern, progressive ideas of the newly shaping society of the twentieth century, and conversely, to what extent both their opinions and thinking are...
Crazy Comedy of Antonín Procházka
Adamcová, Veronika ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Brožová, Věra (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of crazy comedy of the contemporary creator of the author type of productions, Antonín Procházka. The inclusion of the author amongst creators of the author-type productions defines Procházka as the author who writes, directs and plays in his theatre plays. The aim of the diploma thesis is to analyze the comedies of the author from the point of view of the construction of the crazy comedy and in terms of how to build comic situations and work with humor. I try to find out if there are features and procedures that are typical of his plays and how his plays respect and use the rules of the genre of crazy comedy. Diploma thesis also includes work with specialist literature and an analysis of available professional reviews and period reviews. In the beginning, I present aims and structure this diploma thesis. In the first part of the thesis I briefly describe the life of the author, and in more detail, I deal with the inspiration and the facts that influenced the author's work. Treatise on the crazy comedy complements this thesis because of a comprehensive view of the issue. The diploma thesis is complemented by the theoretical grounding of the crazy comedy, its characters, level and construction of humor, for a comprehensive view of the issue. In the main part...
Podkrkonoší in proces of Karel Václav Rais and Josef Šír
Pospíšilová, Johana ; Brožová, Věra (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
This thesis deals with the display of the region Podkrkonoší in the compilation of short stories of Karel Václav Rais and Josef Šír. Horské kořeny of Josef Šír and individual characters and space in them, Josef Šír, Karel Václa Rais, realism. literary character, natural spaces

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