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Název anglicky: Grunge as Rock Music of the Early 1990s: Between Another Music Genre and a Life Style?
This thesis focuses on the musical subgenre of grunge, primarily concentrates on the subculture associated with it. It explores the formation and evolution of the subgenre, its influences, and significant characteristics. Additionally, it reflects the specific visual aspects of the grunge style, which both reflected and defined the youth of that time. The work also analyzes the messages and ideas associated with the subculture, often introducing new perspectives on authenticity, freedom, and individuality. It aims to contextualize grunge within a new framework using the theories of sociologists Dick Hebdige and Erich Fromm. Through this analysis, it seeks to understand the elements and values that shape the grunge community and how they manifest in the lives of its members. Through this comprehensive approach, the thesis endeavors to aptly elucidate the multifaceted nature and depth of the grunge subculture, highlighting its significant position within cultural and social contexts.
Garden as an Aesthetic Object
This bachelor's thesis focuses mainly on the English Landscape Gardens of the 17th and 18th centuries and the perception of the landscape of that time, with which this issue is closely related. Through various conceptions of the notion of the garden, description of the process of human reflection on nature from antiquity to modern age, the definition of the English park and its style with examples in practice, we get to the final part of the work, namely the demonstration of landscape and garden in literary works, for this purpose some works of the English writer Jane Austen have been selected. In her descriptions of nature and gardens, she perfectly captured the atmosphere and also emotional impact on the human who is located in the landscape and Landscape gardens as well.

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