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„Only Lumír's name has passed to his descendants.“ The Bards in the Manuscripts of Dvůr Králové and Zelená Hora and in the discussion of national literature
Dobiáš, Dalibor
The paper analyses the discussion of the Old Bohemian bards of the Manuscript of Dvůr Králové as a prefigurement of modern editors and poets during the first half of the 19th century in historical and critical discourse and in adaptations in art. In its transformations, it also traces the formation of ideas about the canon of Czech literature, or about the work of art as its emerging founding element.
Puchmajer's poetry collections. The birth of contemporary Czech verse
Dobiáš, Dalibor ; Červenka, Miroslav (advisor) ; Jiráček, Pavel (referee) ; Langerová, Marie (referee)
The submitted work uses the example of poetry collections of A.J. Puchmajer (Sebrání básní a zpěvů /1795, 1797/ and Nové básně /1798, 1802, 1814) and other contemporary poetry, theoretic and critical works in the wider context of forming of new Czech prosody and meter system. The focus is put on treatise of verse problems in the traditions of Czech literary-scientific structuralism and development of this scientific tradition; further on the interpretation of relevant social, philological and poetological discourse of the end of 18th and beginning of 19th century with primary focus on literary works; and finally on the treatise of processes, by which the new Czech verse formed, in relation to older local literature of 18th century and current European context. In the general concept of literary science, the reform of the Czech verse, as performed by Slavist J. Dobrovský (Böhmische Prosodie, 1795), represents a milestone, perhaps even the beginning of new Czech prosody. Older "lower" syllabism (prosody directed by the constant number of syllables in a verse) and "higher" quantitative metrics (based on the alternation of long and short beats as in the ancient literature) were criticized by Dobrovský as archaic, insufficient (syllabism) or being contrary to the spirit of Czech language (quantitative metrics)....
Puchmajer's poetry collections. The birth of contemporary Czech verse
Dobiáš, Dalibor ; Červenka, Miroslav (advisor) ; Jiráček, Pavel (referee) ; Langerová, Marie (referee)
The submitted work uses the example of poetry collections of A.J. Puchmajer (Sebrání básní a zpěvů /1795, 1797/ and Nové básně /1798, 1802, 1814) and other contemporary poetry, theoretic and critical works in the wider context of forming of new Czech prosody and meter system. The focus is put on treatise of verse problems in the traditions of Czech literary-scientific structuralism and development of this scientific tradition; further on the interpretation of relevant social, philological and poetological discourse of the end of 18th and beginning of 19th century with primary focus on literary works; and finally on the treatise of processes, by which the new Czech verse formed, in relation to older local literature of 18th century and current European context. In the general concept of literary science, the reform of the Czech verse, as performed by Slavist J. Dobrovský (Böhmische Prosodie, 1795), represents a milestone, perhaps even the beginning of new Czech prosody. Older "lower" syllabism (prosody directed by the constant number of syllables in a verse) and "higher" quantitative metrics (based on the alternation of long and short beats as in the ancient literature) were criticized by Dobrovský as archaic, insufficient (syllabism) or being contrary to the spirit of Czech language (quantitative metrics)....
Puchmajer's poetry collections. The birth of contemporary Czech verse
Dobiáš, Dalibor ; Červenka, Miroslav (advisor) ; Jiráček, Pavel (referee) ; Langerová, Marie (referee)
The submitted work uses the example of poetry collections of A.J. Puchmajer (Sebrání básní a zpěvů /1795, 1797/ and Nové básně /1798, 1802, 1814) and other contemporary poetry, theoretic and critical works in the wider context of forming of new Czech prosody and meter system. The focus is put on treatise of verse problems in the traditions of Czech literary-scientific structuralism and development of this scientific tradition; further on the interpretation of relevant social, philological and poetological discourse of the end of 18th and beginning of 19th century with primary focus on literary works; and finally on the treatise of processes, by which the new Czech verse formed, in relation to older local literature of 18th century and current European context. In the general concept of literary science, the reform of the Czech verse, as performed by Slavist J. Dobrovský (Böhmische Prosodie, 1795), represents a milestone, perhaps even the beginning of new Czech prosody. Older "lower" syllabism (prosody directed by the constant number of syllables in a verse) and "higher" quantitative metrics (based on the alternation of long and short beats as in the ancient literature) were criticized by Dobrovský as archaic, insufficient (syllabism) or being contrary to the spirit of Czech language (quantitative metrics)....
Czech Manuscripts and Polish Returns to the National Songs
Dobiáš, Dalibor
This study raises the issue of how late 1810s and early 1820s Polish literature reflects the Czech forged manuscripts, which "as the most prominent fraud in the style of Macpherson’s Songs of Ossian" (Donald Rayfield) substantially molded 19th and 20th century Czech culture. The generic and typological focus is on Śpiewy historyczne z muzyką i rycinami (Historical songs with music and engravings, 1816) by Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz (1758–1841), which preceded the Czech manuscripts, and the edition of Ruska prawda (Russian Truth, 1820, 1822) by the historian of Slavonic law Ignacy Benedykt Rakowiecki, which in opposition to Josef Dobrovský appreciated the pagan realia in the Zelená Hora manuscript and so had an effect on its Czech reception. In the dynamically transforming Czech and Polish literature of the 1810s, this study identifies a number of common elements based on the case of the manuscripts and Śpiewy historyczne, but it also characterizes the differing cultural and social backgrounds behind the basic differences between the manuscripts and Śpiewy. The Czech manuscripts, created in the tradition of European Ossianism, are highlighted by the study primarily as a unique linguistic and literary achievement in the reconstruction of Czech poetic language in the latter half of the 1810s.
Dobrovský's Czech prosody in the context of contemporary poetry studies
Dobiáš, Dalibor
The reform of Czech verse by Slavist Josef Dobrovský (Böhmische Prosodie, 1795) represents a milestone in new Czech prosody. The focus of this work is placed on the interpretation of relevant poetological discourse of the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century and on processes, by which the new Czech prosody formed, in relation to older local literature of the 18th century and the current European context. In this way, the ideas, ambiguities and even paradoxes in his writings on prosody portrait J. Dobrovský not only as an original and important thinker who influenced modern Czech poetry, but also as a person who intensively reflected and interpreted contemporary Central European literary and social discourse. As a contrast to J. Dobrovský’s "adaptational" reform, the submitted work presents the literary and poetological work by Václav Stach and Stach's early romantic historicism.
Czech literature at the Interface and Periphery: Fourth Congress of World Czech Literary Studies: Other Czech Literature (?)
Jungmannová, Lenka ; Amelina, A. ; Baluch, J. ; Borovička, L. ; Brožová, Věra ; Corduas, S. ; Czaplińska, J. ; Czernikow, O. ; Češka, J. ; Dinzl-Rybářová, A. ; Dobiáš, Dalibor ; Fišer, Z. ; Goszczyńska, J. ; Gwóźdź‑Szewczenko, I. ; Harák, I, ; Hauck, R. ; Heftrich, U. ; Hemelíková, Blanka ; Holman, P. ; Holý, J. ; Hultsch, A. ; Inštitorisová, D. ; Ivačić, M. ; James, P. ; Janiec‑Nyitrai, A. ; Ježková, P. ; Komenda, P. ; Kosková, H. ; Kratochvil, A. ; Królak, J. ; Kuba, M. ; Kusáková, Lenka ; Lezhava, G. ; Linssen‑Hogenberg, A. F. ; Malinová, L. ; Matějková, V. ; Meyer, H. ; Mlsová, N. ; Müller, R. ; Nekula, M. ; Palij, O. ; Papoušek, V. ; Pavlíček, Tomáš ; Pilař, M. ; Přibáň, Michal ; Raßloff, U. ; Řezníková, L. ; Stolz‑Hladká, Z. ; Suchomel, M. ; Šubrtová, M. ; Tarajło‑Lipowska, Z. ; Tlustý, J. ; Vítová, L. ; Vörös, I. ; Zand, G.
Arranged every five years at the initiative of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Institute of Czech Literature, the congress brought together some 150 researchers from all over the world this year. Czech literature at the interface and the periphery deals with the personalities and forms involved in the occurrence of “otherness” in Czech literature: the boundaries of understanding “otherness”, problems of the emergence of “the other”, images of “the other” and the alternative cultural and geographical spaces of Czech literature. It looks in detail at authors who are neglected, not included or difficult to categorize, including Czechs beyond the borders. It also examines Czech-German, Czech-Austrian, Czech-Polish, Czech-Hungarian, Czech-Slovak and Czech-Jewish literary relations as well the “otherness” of particular works and characters, the context of Czech literature and translation, and the specifics of teaching Czech literature.

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