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Poetics of selected dramas from the Krejča's era of the National Theater
Fuksová, Johana ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the motif of everyday life, which came to the fore in the second half of the 1950s, not only for ordinary people, but also for writers, poets and playwrights. In particular, it examines the degree of importance of the motif of everyday life in the plays written for the National Theatre during the period when Otomar Krejča and his "dramaturgical workshop" were active there. For the typological analysis, five plays were selected which premieres took place at the Tyl Theatre in 1958-1963, namely František Hrubín's August Sunday and Crystal Night, Josef Topol's Their Day, František Pavlíček's Match with the Angel and Milan Kundera's The Owners of the Keys. The aim of this thesis is to determine whether the motif of everyday life is what defines the poetics of the original plays written for the National Theatre. KEYWORDS motif of everyday life, Otomar Krejča, František Hrubín, Milan Kundera, Josef Topol, František Pavlíček, drama, National Theatre
An Efficient Load-balancing Image Sampler for Path Tracing
Kubíček, Tomáš ; Wilkie, Alexander (advisor) ; Nindel, Thomas Klaus (referee)
In this thesis, we go through the process of improving a research renderer called ART. We focus primarily on the image sampler. We analyse the shortcomings of the stochastic sampler that was present before this thesis was written. Those being the huge memory consumption, lack of real-time visualization, and a limited communication channel between the renderer and the application that is supposed to control it. We then design two samplers that could serve as a replacement. We choose the one which seems to be better suited for the task. We then run a series of tests which serve to finetune parameters of the new sampler and also serve as a comparison between the new and the old sampler. By using the data from the tests we show that we have reduced the memory foot-print while maintaining the speed at mostly the same level as before while enabling working with greater number of cores. 1
Forms of the Czech underground scene
Šulcová, Andrea ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Klumparová, Štěpánka (referee)
Resumé The diploma thesis is dedicated to the forms of the Czech underground scene on the basis of the analysis of two samizdat literary journals - Vokno (1979-1989) and Revolver Revue (1985-1989). The thesis studies analogous and distinct tendencies in both magazines which became the platforms of the different underground generations. Vokno is connected with the first underground generation that was formed at the beginning of the 1970s. The second underground generation debuted at beginning of the 1980s and later united around the Revolver Revue magazine. The next part of the diploma thesis focuses on the symptomatic features of the poetics of four central writers that shaped the appearance of the journals. The analysis arises from the texts published in both Vokno and Revolver Revue magazines.
Conception of Milan Kundera's novel
Čápová, Markéta ; Hrbata, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
S U M M A R Y The Bachelor's thesis on the topic of The conception of Milan Kuderas's novel consists of two parts. The main aim of the first part is to demonstrate the novel as a literary genre, acquaints with Kudera's opinion of the novel ad clarifies the term "kitsch" in literature. The second part of the Bachelor's thesis is focused on the Kundera's novels. Reveals their themes and motives, which often shows up in the more novels. Letters, imperfection of interpersonal communication, crisis human identity etc. Kundera's novels are returning to the past, however the presence plays an important role. Every age has its pros and cons and Kundera shows through his characters' actions both poles. The Bachelor's thesis deals with not only Czech written novels, but also Kundera's novels written in French.
Compensation for non-pecuniary damages with regard to medical disputes
Kubíček, Tomáš ; Šustek, Petr (advisor) ; Salač, Josef (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to describe Czech approach towards pecuniary compensation in connection with immaterial damage arising from providing medical care. Protection of patient's personality rights and eventually that of his relatives is stressed out. Over the last few decades, the issue of compensation for immaterial harm has become more significant, whereas the same could be said about the role of patient in the system of providing medical care. Regarding the fact that there is currently a period of recodification of Czech private law, it is opportunity to have hindsight of where theory, respectively judicial practice, has reached regarding immaterial damage compensations. Therewithal, it is necessary to try to describe and analyze new laws and compare them with the current laws and evaluate their positive and possible negative approaches. This thesis is divided into five chapters. The first one is an introduction and it is divided into three parts. The first one deals with the issue of medical-legal disputes, the second one focuses on the issue of sources of law and the third one on questions arising from protection of personality rights. The second chapter straightly deals with the issue of immaterial satisfaction according to the Civil Code of 1964 and discusses its purpose and questions...
Characters in Jáchym Topol's Works
Vytiska, Vojtěch ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Peterka, Josef (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with narratology analysis of fictional world of early Jáchym Topol's works: Výlet k nádražní hale and Sestra. The thesis focuses on system of characters. The method of analysis of narrative modalities exposes complex fictional world. The work deals with the narrator and his reliability in the fictional world. The last chapter describes the system of characters and proposes the typology of characters for Topol's fictional world.
Representation of the sixties of 20th century in literary autobiography
Procházková, Lucie ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
This work is an attempt to gain a deeper understanding of the 1960s through an in-depth analysis of selected literary autobiographies. The first section is devoted to the theoretical foundation for exploring the chosen four texts of autobiographical literature. It is based on the analysis and subsequent comparison diaries of Ivan Diviš and Pavel Juráček and the memory of Vaclav Černý and Ota Filip. Additionally, this paper examines how these writers created an image of the 1960s and early 1970s.mFurther exploration includes narrative elements, for example, by what means texts are constructed, character space time, composition, and relationship to the audience. Moreover, the meaning of writing autobiographical literature, specifically the selected works, will be explored. Lastly, these major themes set the stage for the comprehensive analysis of the authors' works, revealing the creative design, history, society and culture of their time.
Fight for Naked Life in Lustig's Presentation of Holocaust
Zimová, Lucie ; Peterka, Josef (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This essay deals with the problems of Lustig's characters they without their real cause have to be commited the danger of the closeness to death. For understanding the choice and classification of the characters it is necessary the consequent face-off the biographical texts. A brief autobiography is indicated in the first chapter and then runs through the all other chapters (the biographic parts are in italics). The second chapter deals with the possibility of presentation of Holocaust in general and delimits the Lustig's opinion to this problems. My work treat of characters they found themselves in the threshold of sink or swim and they are obliged to fight for their dear life. Each of them chose other strategy how to approach a fight for naked life. This study divides the characters into four typological categories. To each of this category is devote one chapter with the brief presentation of the problems with several characters they correspond to this typology. First of them deals with the persons they fight against death by the act whether tragic defiance or revenge is concerned. Into this category the characters from following stories were put : Modravé plameny (Bluish Blaze), Dívka s jizvou (The Girl with the Scar), Nemilovaná (Not Beloved), Tma nemá stín (Darkness Casts no Shadow), Modlitba pro...
Phenomenon of Fanfiction - Literature on the Internet
Bradáčová, Barbora ; Klumparová, Štěpánka (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the phenomenon of fanfiction - literature on the internet. Fanfiction is specific in its link to another literary or film (etc.) creation and is also made by the fans. In theoretical part, it presents the terms fanfiction and fandom, gives short history of these two terms abroad (especially in USA) and also in our country. The next chapter is supposed to help with orientation in fanfiction, there are classified genres and types of fanfiction and more terms, that linked to fanfiction. Last theoretical part works fanfiction in literary theory. In practical part, there is one fanfiction (from Harry Potter fandom) compared to original. The aim was to find continuation of fanfiction to original and deduce if it is possible to expect any art values in fanfiction. The conclusion of this work is that fanfiction is truly part of literature and one can find texts with artistic potential.

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