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Chapters of the creative literary culture
Šámal, Petr ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Bílek, Petr (referee) ; Bauer, Michal (referee)
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Reader-response aspects and motives by Jan Mukařovský
Flanderka, Jakub ; Trávníček, Jiří (referee) ; Holý, Jiří (referee)
This work tries to illustrate the way Jan Mukařovský reflected the aspect of reader in his papers of literature, both in terms of a reader as one of the participants of literary communication, and in terms of (potentional) Mukařovský's own reader-response experience. First chapter summarizes main theses of Ingarden's phenomenological concept of literary work, in particular in connection with a term "concretization" which Felix Vodička further developed in the context of Czech Structuralism, and also presents the main reader-response theses of Constance school, which, in fact, represented the first methodology in literary theory, that put the emphasis on the reader as its central theme, and whose representatives were inspired by Felix Vodička's and Jan Mukařovský's ideas as well. The second, the third and the fourth chapters follow the development of Jan Mukařovský's thinking in three phases between 1923 and 1948. Every chapter includes an overview, offering the key ideas and papers of the period, and an analytical part, focusing on the (chosen) passages of Mukařovský'sworks and at the same time providing appearance of readerresponse aspects (i. a. on the basis of lexical level used by Mukařovský in his reasoning). Detailed monitoring of the given periods proves that not even in the early phase of...
Adolf Branald's and Zdeněk Šmíd's View of Carlsbad
Bartošová, Pavla ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Vojtěch, Daniel (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the depiction of Karlovy Vary in the works of Adolf Branald and Zdeněk Šmíd, especially in the Promenade with a Deer, My Old Good Vary and Ghosts and the Beautiful Fairies. The core of the work is an analysis of the author's style of both authors and a comparison of images depicting the same or similar themes across all three works. At the end of the work is briefly discussed the motif of the mystery, which gradually reveals other images and motifs.
The image of the Bohemian forest in Czech and German-written literature since 1945. Landscape lost and rediscovered homeland, the space of meeting and passing by of the nationes
Denková, Helena ; Vaněk, Václav (advisor) ; Holý, Jiří (referee)
The image of the Bohemian Forest in Czech as well as in German written literature is above all determined by the troubled geopolitical development of this region. Most of Czech texts about Šumava originated during the time of the communist regime, while German-writing authors concern themselves with this theme mainly only after the year 1989. The Bohemian Forest is usually considered an area on the Czech side of the border by the Czechs, German-writing authors, on the contrary, regard the Bohemian Forest, i.e. "Böhmerwald" as a region going beyond borders, belonging geographically, historically and culturally to the borderland of the three states. The Bohemian Forest represents landscape as well as civilisation in both Czech and German written texts. Literature reflects particularly on current topics such as, for example, nature preservation, vanished German villages, the rediscovery of the Bohemian Forest after the year 1989 and others. Authors writing in Czech as well as ones writing in German also deal with the problem of relationships between the Czech and the Germans.
Concept ,ČLOVĚK' in Václav Havel's work
Dajčová, Veronika ; Vaňková, Irena (advisor) ; Holý, Jiří (referee)
Pojem ČLOVĚK v textech Václava Havla Veronika Dajčová Abstract This bachelor thesis analyses the term ČLOVĚK (human being) in selected essays and letters by Václav Havel. In the perespective of cognitive linguistics and ethnolinguistics, of which theoretical and methodological approaches are defined in the opening part, the linguistic image of ,člověk' (human being) in the czech language is defined, based on dictionary data analysis. The core of the thesis focuses on the conceptualization of ‚člověk' in selected texts by V. Havel and on the analysis of metaphors and narative structures in which ‚člověk' appears. Based on this basis, the cognitive definition of ‚člověk' in the context of Havel's work is defined, the term is put in context of related terms and the question of the belonging to other key terms of Havel's work is answered in the conclusion. The thesis is inspired by ethnolinguistic analysis of the terms in Havel's work in works by David S. Danaher.
Concept ČLOVĚK (,člověk') in Václav Havel's work
Dajčová, Veronika ; Vaňková, Irena (advisor) ; Holý, Jiří (referee)
Pojem ČLOVĚK v textech Václava Havla Veronika Dajčová Abstract This bachelor thesis analyses the term ČLOVĚK (human being) in selected essays and letters by Václav Havel. In the perespective of cognitive linguistics and ethnolinguistics, of which theoretical and methodological approaches are defined in the opening part, the linguistic image of ,člověk' (human being) in the czech language is defined, based on dictionary data analysis. The core of the thesis focuses on the conceptualization of ‚člověk' in selected texts by V. Havel and on the analysis of metaphors and narative structures in which ‚člověk' appears. Based on this basis, the cognitive definition of ‚člověk' in the context of Havel's work is defined, the term is put in context of related terms and the question of the belonging to other key terms of Havel's work is answered in the conclusion. The thesis is inspired by ethnolinguistic analysis of the terms in Havel's work in works by David S. Danaher.
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.
Ota Pavel's Sport Reports in the 1960s
Kvasnicová, Michaela ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Bílek, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on Ota Pavel's two turning books of sports journalism Dukla mezi mrakodrapy (1964) and Plná bedna šampaňského (1967). The aim of this thesis is to carry out a stylistic and narrative analysis and pay attention to overlooked, yet valuable sports-journalistic works. Thesis concenrates on reconstruction of compositions, analysis of most frequent motifs, that are typical even for Pavel's more recent works, followed by analysis of language and language tools, narrative methods and narrator's position in the books. Keywords Ota Pavel, sports report, sport, style, narration, 1960s
Josef Bor's Proses
Ali, Sabina ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Merhaut, Luboš (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the prose of Josef Bor, who wrote two literary works; The Abandoned Doll and The Terezin Requiem. In The Abandoned Doll he tried to write out his experiences from the Second World War. The Terezin Requiem then tells a story based on an authentic event, about how the Czech conductor Rafael Schächter prepared a performance of Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem in the Terezin ghetto. The aim of this thesis is to analyze both of these prose. The work does not neglect the wider context of the creation of the works, because in order to understand them, it is necessary to approach the life in the Terezin Ghetto, especially the cultural one, which is essential especially for the Terezin Requiem. Key words: Requiem, Josef Bor, Terezin, holocaust, prose, Jews, Abandoned doll, The Terezin Requiem
Conception of Czechoslovak Jews' Identity in Židovská ročenka (1954-1968)
Šebestová, Markéta ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Lyčka, Milan (referee)
Bc. Markéta Šebestová: Conception of Czechoslovak Jews' Identity in Židovská ročenka (1954-1968) Abstract This thesis is concerned with Židovská ročenka (Jewish Yearbook, JY), mostly literary periodical published by Rada židovských náboženských obcí v zemích České a Morav- skoslezské (Council of Jewish Religious Communities in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia), during the 1950s and 1960s. Main subject of the thesis are the contents of JY, which I set in historical social, political and ideological context. In the thesis I concern myself with question, how image of Czechoslovak Jews provided by JY corresponds to the structure of contemporary Jewish community. Further I inquire, whether and how JY reflects the official limitation of Jewish identity solely to religious denomination. I also address question, how are represented relations of the Czechoslovak Jews to majority culture, especially Czech, and to the German culture, which historically constituted minority in the Czech lands. I concern myself with the presentation of Shoah, which was most linked to official ideological concerns. I also inquire about the diversity of artistic representations of the Shoah, included in JY. I conclude, that in correspondence with general gradual loosening of ideological pressure JY presents the variety of Czechoslovak Jewish...

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