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Reflection of parnassian features on the pages os Sládek's Lumír
Pešková, Magdalena ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Brožová, Věra (referee)
This thesis is research-based and is divided into two parts. The first part is theoretical and points out how the French direction of Parnassism manifested itself in the Czech literature, especially among the authors of the generation of ruchovci and lumírovci. Firstly, the term parnassism is introduced as a movement, and then it is introduced in the French context. This introduction is followed by a chapter on the manifestations of parnassism in the Czech literature. There it is explained how Czech literature approached parnassism and which Czech authors were influenced by it. The next part describes parnassism from the point of view of František Xaver Šalda, who retrospectively criticized both Parnassism and Parnassist authors, especially Jaroslav Vrchlický and Julius Zeyer. The last chapter of the theoretical part deals with the concept of parnassism in the history of Czech literature and dictionary manuals, i.e. how individual literary historians approached this concept. The second part is practical and deals with the analysis of literary critiques from the magazine Lumír on selected works of writers, especially of the Lumír generation. First, the process of selection of the journal Lumír for the analysis of critiques is introduced and justified, followed by the definition of the features...
Depiction of Prague in Karel Čapek Chod's works
Bárta, Matěj ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Blinková Pelánová, Eva (referee)
The thesis depicts Prague in the prose of Karel Matěj Čapek Chod. Its aim is to describe the functioning of individual places and to find possible symbolic meanings. From a methodological point of view, it is based on a naratological approach (forming the space via narration) and a thematic approach (expressing the poetics of the place). The practical part reflects mainly the approach that assumes that places have the ability to have a certain memory and to bear symbolic meanings, thus not forgetting literary and culturally historical context. The interpretation work takes these aspects into account and applies them when determining the function of the places described. It tries to articulate the meaning of the place or its surroundings chosen by the author. It captures how this place affects the functioning of the characters and how it behaves within the story.
J.V.Sládek poems set to music supplemented with a bibliography of pieces
Tůmová, Romana ; Brožová, Věra (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of setting the poems of Josef Václav Sládek to music. The main source of the analyzed data is a bibliographic list of compositions, which was compiled after my own research in the databases and catalogues of the National Library of Czech Republic, the Municipal Library in Prague and Czech Museum of Music, as well as in specialised literature. The first chapter briefly summarizes the general principles of setting poetry to music and then it focuses on particular aspects of Sládek's poetics, which encourage composers to set his poems to music. The first chapter also outlines Sládek's poetics in different poetry collections. The second chapter gives a detailed analysis of the compiled bibliographic list of compositions in terms of the frequency in which particular poems have been set to music, the number of works composed by different authors, vocal and instrumental cast, and also time contexts. The third, and the most comprehensive chapter, is divided in accordance with the proposed semantically significant thematic areas of Sládek's poetic work - love poetry, poetry for children, peasantism and folk echo poetry and militantpatriotism. In the subchapters, Sládek's work is at first viewed through a literary prism, then the author attempts a musical analysis and...
Transformation of literary heroes from preschool children point of view
Pěkníková, Michaela ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
The submitted diploma thesis with title Trasformation of literary heroes from preschool children poin of view is devoted to the reading situation in families and mainly examines the transformations of popular literary hereos of preschool children. The diploma thesis is divided into two main sections - the theoretical part and the practical part. The theoretical part deals with the preschool child and his development in variol components. The central chapter is reading líteracy and pre-literacy. There are also chapters on factours influencing reading and working with a book in kindergarten. The theoretical part concludes with the chapter Literary hero. The aim of the practical part was to find out who is the most popular literary hero in today's preschool children. The research survey consists of two parts - quantitative (questionnaire) and qualitative (interview with families) research. The following is an analysis of anonymous questionnaires. The results are processed in graphs with appropriate comentary. Furthermore we find analyzed interview with families containing questions about reading situation, the popularity of children's books and identifying with heroes from children's stories. Qualitative research is based on the professional literature of J. Trávníček. We were interested in which...
Image of Everydayness in Teréza Nováková's Short Stories Úlomky žuly and Karel Václav Rais' Prose Skleník
Šteffelová, Denisa ; Mocná, Dagmar (advisor) ; Brožová, Věra (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the depiction of everyday life in Teréza Nováková's short stories Úlomky žuly and in the prose of K.V. Raise Skleník. Its aim is to determine how the authors of realism work with such details of everyday life and in what way they incorporate them into the text. The first part of the thesis focuses on the theoretical outline of realism with the emphasis on two of the newest concepts. Moreover, Barthes' reality effect is accentuated, based on which the function of details affecting the credibility of the image is being examined in the second part. The practical part deals with the analysis of the already mentioned details, which are divided into five main categories (housework, eating habits, clothing, visits and deviations from everyday life). The comparison of the authors also takes into account the gender specification of both male and female writers, which was studied by Marcin Filipowicz. Based on the results obtained, it can be stated that Nováková's everyday life details primarily fulfil a documentary function (in accordance with her ethnographic activities). Rais's style is therefore more interesting as the everyday life details do not only have a characterizing function but they also depict the previously mentioned reality effect.

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