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An Ideal Czech Female Poet. The Poetry of Czech Woman Authors in 1870s According to Contemporary Critics
The diploma thesis focuses on the poetic writings of Czech poets: Albína Dvořáková-Mráčková, Berta Mühlsteinová, Eliška Krásnohorská and Irma Geisslová. These authors published their first poetry collections in the 1870s and thus actively participated in shaping Czech poetry. The poetic works of these authors are highly critically appraised (for example, and quite systematically, by Jan Neruda). Also, the thesis presents the authors' biographies and their literary activities in the 1870s (provided in the form of a complete bibliography overview). The aim of this thesis is to analyse the contemporary "ideal" image of the Czech poets and to answer the question regarding how this "ideal" image was required by contemporary reviewers and accepted by contemporary readers. The authors' poetic works are analysed with the use of electronic databases such as Retrobi and Kramerius. Also used were archival materials from the Memorial of National Literature in Prague.
Berta Mühlstein´s lyric poetry and its critical reception
The bachelor thesis focuses on the poetic writings of Berta Mühlstein. Mühlstein was well known author especially in the second half of the 19th century. She was active in the literary circle around Karolína Světlá. She was in contact with Jan Neruda as well. Her literary and friendly contact with Neruda affected her style. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first part presents the biography of the author and her activities in the American Ladies Club. Her literary activities are described in the form of a complete bibliographic overview and commentary. The second part of the thesis focuses on the interpretation of the single collection of poems published by Mühlstein (Pohrobky, 1872) and its critical reception. The work is analysed according to the book and electronic databases. To get the whole overview of the issue I used the Mühlstein's archive file from the Memorial of National Literature in Prague too.

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