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Censorship as a political instrument for defending the republic
Hubená, Ester ; Doubek, Vratislav (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
Bachelor thesis concerns the censorship of the press in czech language in first Czechoslovak republic. It focuses on the period in the beginning of 1930s, when the censorship grows in intensity against the press of anti-system parties - fascist and communist sheets. Thesis follows the development of press law to 1933, when efforts of economic and political stability culminated. And also because of the so-called small press law, which was adopted by government in July 1933, the censorship was stricter and many periodicals was stopped. Censorship measures was in conflict with the democratic idea of the state, but limites of its using and the times of anti-democratic dangers became its defense and the crisis lead to the rise of the "militant democracy".
Poetry of Ludvík Kundera
Hubená, Ester ; Bílek, Petr (advisor) ; Wiendl, Jan (referee)
The thesis focuses on the poetry of Ludvík Kundera. It introduces his work in chronological order and within the contemporary literary-historical framework. The analysis and the interpretation of his early poems often refer to the war period. Language and its potentiality are a main concern in Kundera's other work. His poetry is defined in the context of avant-garde modern art: surrealism, dadaism and expressionism. The thesis researches the impact of Brecht's poetics on Kundera, too. It also introduces the persona of the artist, who significantly contributed to forming the Czech literary field during the second half of the 20th century. Kundera's poetry relates to Czech and foreign artists and their works. The poems rise from ordinary occasions, as well as showing the poet's intertextual approach. Experimentation, wordplay, lyrical humour and irony are an inherent part of Ludvík Kundera's work.

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