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Feminity in Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart by Jan Amos Comenius
Hanajová, Zuzana ; Škarpová, Marie (advisor) ; Heczková, Libuše (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to analyse the feminity in Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart by Jan Amos Comenius using gender analysis. By the method of close reading, I will focus both on the grammatical aspect, which means a use of feminine gender in a text, and on other gender aspects which the text offers to an analysis. The thesis will examine how a masculine world (including his ideal form, i.e., paradise) is created in the text and which place the feminine subjects have in this world. I will also pay attention to the characterization of presented feminine characters.
Vlajka the Magazine: its Methods, Means and Aims
Tomášek, Lukáš ; Heczková, Libuše (advisor) ; Wiendl, Jan (referee)
Based on primary sources and specialized literature, the bachelor's thesis presents the magazine Vlajka contributors' relationship to literature during 1928-1938 period. It reconstructs their reflection of literary production, especially poetry and literary fiction, in a broader art perception context - as well as literary authors' (mostly authorities of the "past" or "present") images. Based on textual examples, it describes the opposite of conservative/modern art, the question of engaged literature and the author-martyr myth, as these appear in the views of the contributors. The thesis registers literary polemics regarding Fortinbras by F. Zavřel and Rukopis královédvorský and R. zelenohorský. It also notices the literary fiction and poetry published in the monitored magazine and presents its function mainly as "stabilizing".
Egodocuments thematizing the Holocaust. From an Intimated Diary to a Memoir
Kršňáková, Kristýna ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Heczková, Libuše (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with egodocuments concerned with the Holocaust of writers who experienced the Shoah as children and young adults. Each chapter analyses primary diaries, survivor memoires and a stylised diary. The aim of the thesis is to investigate emergence of the texts and their publishing; to distinguish a borderline between the authentic and the stylised, and to determine whether the texts should be considered either documents or literary texts. Specific nature of children's representation of the Holocaust and differences resulting from writers' different age and gender are also taken into account.
.: Reading and observing the Case for the New Hangman
Maršálek, Dan ; Svatoňová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Heczková, Libuše (referee)
This text is concerned with an analysis of the film A Case for the New Hangman (1969, Pavel Juráček) in the viewpoint of the way, how does it fulfill the allegory genre, or more precisely its modernist variation. Compared to the former texts, which were focused on the same film, this text explains the main features of the film in their conceptual complexity, which is induced by the films structural kernel, which is the consequence of the subgenre setting. The main outcome of this study is the underpinned specificity of the film, which is an important component of the cultural heritage of Czech cinematography. Three subordinated outcomes are: Survey in the texts which are related with the scrutinized film. Comparative and critical analysis of chosen theories of literature concerned with the notion of allegory and afterwards the transfer of them to the field of film. And building up the genology model of modernist allegory, which is a functional characteristic of one of the two dominant trends of the Czechoslovak art cinematography of the 60. - the so called "Czechoslovak New Wave". This text is theoretically analytical film study research of the Case for the New Hangman in genological and narratological methodology.
Idyll and didactics in the cycle Školák Kája Mařík
Černá, Anežka ; Wiendl, Jan (advisor) ; Heczková, Libuše (referee)
The tesis deals with the seven-part cycle Školák Kája Mařík and the determination of the features of idyll and didactic potential of a text in the writing. It is based on the narrative analysis of the text as the metodological framework for identifying these features. In the first part, the tesis presents a characteristics of the author's life and hers work, as well as the characteristics of the cycle itself, in order to provide basis for its later analysis. The second part of the tesis deals with the characteristics of the idyll genre, the identification of its features in the writing and their complex description based on a characterization of particular narrative phenomena. It also underlines these features with relevant examples from the text. The third part focuses on the definition of the term didactic literature and presents the basis for determining its features based on the principles of didactic potential of the text. It again indentifies these features on the basis of the narratological phenomena and proves their relevance with examples from the text.
Annotated bibliography of Růžena Vacková's work from years 1929-1948
Bečanová, Nikola ; Heczková, Libuše (advisor) ; Špirit, Michael (referee)
This thesis is a complete bibliography of texts written by Růžena Vacková published in between years 1929 and 1948, supplemented by contemporary contextualisation of the time and characteristics of individual periodicals in which these texts appear. A substantial part of this study deals with magazines Vacková has contributed to consistently for a long period of time. This study presents a brief biographical summary, serving to facilitate the classification of individual texts and their relation to the author's persecuted life. The study also includes a brief outline of her views as an author and as an critic. Keywords: Růžena Vacková, bibliography, criticism, magazines of the 1930s and 1940s
The Suffering of Prince Sternenhoch from the point of view of narratology
Nováková, Anna ; Heczková, Libuše (advisor) ; Šebek, Josef (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a prosaic text from Czech writer and philosopher Ladislav Klíma The Suffering of Prince Sternenhoch from the narratogical point of view. Firstly, it introduces its metodology. Thereafter, the thesis will try to bring nearer The Suffering of Prince Sternenhoch and to quote the informations about the genesis of the text, about its former reception and its latter adaptations. The main part of this thesis is a narratological analysis with the main focus on characters, narrator, focalization, time and space. The thesis concludes, that the focalization is the most important in the narrative of The Suffering of Prince Sternenhoch. This focalizations is also the reason why the text shows some similarities with the modern texts.
František Hrubín's Poetry in the 1940s
Marušák, Vít ; Heczková, Libuše (advisor) ; Wiendl, Jan (referee)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the analysis of the war poem collection called "Včelí plást" written by František Hrubín. The collection is the first of the poet's war poetry situated into the period of the second world war - the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The point of view is temporality - especially stabilization and collapse of flowing time, the relation and mutual influence of the past, present and future. There is also analyzed how the eternity is created and so relation of the faith and time. The thesis also intends to see base themes and motives of the collection in a different way by the time interpretation to find and think about their relations. The analysis of the contemporary critical reflection of the collection is the integral part of the thesis which gives contemporary previews of the collection and specific interpretation. The thesis tries to conduct a dialogue with the critical reflection in the sense of thinking of similar motives and themes but now with the main focus on their time aspects. The method of the lingvoliterary analysis of Alexandr Stich and phenomenological philosophy with its stimulus of time perception are the main methodology inspirations of the thesis. The two inspirations enable to perceive the deep time qualities of the collection. Thanks to them...
Picturing the Nation: Slovak National Identity in the Age of the Mass Produced Image
Hudac, Nicholas ; Heczková, Libuše (advisor) ; Dudková, Jana (referee) ; Bernard, Jan (referee)
1.1 ABSTRACT This dissertation focuses on the role that the mass produced image (e.g. lithographs, photographs, and cinema) played in the creation and solidification of Slovak national and ethnic identity not only among Slovaks living in Slovakia, but also Slovaks living abroad in America from the 19th to the mid-20th centuries. Given the problems inherent in using the written Slovak language to form a sense of national and ethnic unity, Slovak culture drew widely on visual sources that could be rapidly reproduced, easily transmitted in Slovakia and abroad, and were affordable to a wide variety of social and economic classes. This dissertation also focuses on some of the problems of this approach which will require further study and examination. Keywords: Slovakia, Slovak nationalism, ethnic identity, photography, lithography, cinema, ethnography, mass media,
Erika Olahova Short Stories
Truhlářová, Nikola ; Heczková, Libuše (advisor) ; Špirit, Michael (referee)
The work is focused on the analysis of short stories by Erika Oláhová. The aim is a comprehensive view of the author's work in the context of the tradition of oral narration and classical gypsy's genres, which are vakeriben and paramisa. The mapping of various aspects of the stories points to recurring motives. This motives work as the unifying element of all narrative. Stories are described through language, narrator and character speech, as well as through the concept of heroes and anchoring stories in space and time. In these individual categories there are common elements, which formed the plot.

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