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Two dramaturgical lines of Czech play on the small stage of the theater "Divadlo na Vinohradech"
Tomanová, Kateřina ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis deals with two dramaturgical lines of Czech play on the small stage of the theater "Divadlo na Vinohradech". It aims to verify whether or not and, if so, how has the text of contemporary drama changed in comparison to the dramatic text of the period from the 1960s to the 1980s. The thesis does so on a sample of eleven plays put on under the current artistic management of the theatre (i.e. since the theatre season 2012/2013). The first part of the thesis focuses on the theoretical characterization of dramas typical for both of these observed periods and on the development of dramaturgy of the theater in relation to Czech drama. The second part of the thesis contains the analyses and the final comparison of dramatic texts. The dramas analysed in this thesis are Motýl na anténě (1963) by Václav Havel, Piknik (1964) by Ladislav Smoček, Kočka na kolejích (1965) by Josef Topol, Hodinový hoteliér (1969) by Pavel Landovský, Audience (1975) by Václav Havel, Pěnkava s Loutnou (1978) by Antonín Přidal, Zvěstování aneb Bedřichu, jsi anděl (1986) by Milan Uhde, Nikdy (2003) by Lenka Lagronová, Ulity (2011) by Magdalena Frydrych Gregorová, Na kamenném, kamenném poli (Job) (2011) by Tereza Verecká, and Za dveřmi (2017) by Barbora Hančilová. KEYWORDS Divadlo na Vinohradech, Dramaturgy, Contemporary...
Development of motives in Jan Skacel's poetry
Dvořáková, Kateřina ; Neumann, Lukáš (advisor) ; Smrčka, Jiří (referee)
Main goal of this thesis is determining and comparing repeating motives which appear throuhgout the poets work. This paper aims to first evaluate a dominance of certain motives above the others and then to determine in which collection is their influence greater and how this dominance changes accordingly from the earliest to the latest works. Simultaneously these motives will be compared with key motives in Skácels poems for kids and - supposing there are similar motives - then if their function and meaning differs. The attention of investigating those motives will also be oriented towards collections, which were published parallelly at the same time, as the assumption is, that there will be many more similar features and since they were probably created simultaneously, it will be easier to find differences in authors work that are adressed to both groups of readers. One of the goals of this paper i salso to sumarize the most important milestones of authors life. By dilligent analysis of individual collection were established groups of dominant motives and a comparison between the colleciont for adult and children readers was made. It was also found out that collection published parallelly were not created simultaneously and therefore they do not carry similar features. From accessible informations...
Depiction of the Normalization Period from the Perspective of Child Protagonists
Semrádová, Adéla ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Smrčka, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of the depiction of the normalisation period from the perspective of child protagonists in the works of Czech literature of the 1990s. The thesis is concerned with the novels B. Proudew by Irena Dousková and Bliss was it in Bohemia by Michal Viewegh, and it first analyses them from the point of view of the narrator, the chronotope, the configuration of the characters and the techniques of their characterisation and the narrative audience. The thesis then employs the comparative method to ascertain which narrative techniques involved in constructing the narrative worlds are significant for an idyllic image of the normalisation reality in Czechoslovakia without disparaging the seriousness of the historical period. The result of the thesis is that a vital device for depicting childhood in the normalisation period as idyllic is the orientation towards the everydayness and ordinariness of the main characters and their family environment. Moreover, another significant narrative technique used in the selected texts is the characterisation method of the main characters through their utterance, which reflects in a humorous effect. Nevertheless, owing to the comparative method, the type of the narrator proved to be unimportant as the selected works employ a different...
Fairytale Drama of J. K. Tyl and J. Drda
Bernasová, Natálie ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
The thesis focuses on analysis of fairytale drama genre in the work of Josef Kajetán Tyl and Jan Drda. Its goal is to describe common and different approaches of these authors, which are derived on the basis of selected key motives (motive of love, erotic motive, motive of labour and money, folklore motive), fairytale style, character types, the imprint of time, the role of music and some other components. The thesis builds on analysis and comparison of seven original texts - on Tyl's Strakonický dudák (1847), Tvrdohlavá žena (1849), Jiříkovo vidění (1849), Čert na zemi (1850), Lesní panna (1850) and on Drda's Hrátky s čertem (1945) and Dalskabáty (1959). Another aim of this thesis is to confirm or refute the hypothesis that Jan Drda conceived his two fairytale plays in the spirit of the Tyl tradition. Due to the nature of the thesis there are, in addition to professional literature, widely used sources such as theater programs, critics and reviews from the second half of the 20th century. KEYWORDS Josef Kajetán Tyl, Jan Drda, fairytale drama, tradition of Tyl's plays
Reflections of the society of 1930s in drama's by E. Konrád, V. Werner and F. Tetauer
Kaprálková, Kateřina ; Smrčka, Jiří (advisor) ; Mocná, Dagmar (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse a sample of dramas from the 1930's by three "forgotten" authors - Edmond Konrád, Vilém Werner and Frank Tetauer, and consequently to evaluate whether these works meet the requirements for being socially reflective texts of the 1930's. An important aspect of the thesis is a chapter dealing with the literature of the 1930's, especially with socially reflective works. My initial hypothesis presupposes that in the 1930's literature starts to socially engage. The dramas are therefore viewed mainly through the perspective of social engagement. The aim of this thesis is to observe whether the works by Konrád, Werner and Tetauer are socially engaged and if so, then how it is achieved. The chosen method of my research is an analysis of the individual plays from several identical points of view. The analysis uncovered repetitive thematic and motivic elements in the dramas. In the conclusion of the thesis, I establish that the analysed dramas are highly socially engaged. This social engagement may be seen in the reflections of societal issues and in the function of the dramas to embolden the nation to fight together against evil. The authors focus on the idea of a text rather than on the form. Although the dramas by Konrád, Werner and Tetauer were significant and relevant...
Typology of Visual Texts of Czech Experimental Poetry
Hrdinová, Tereza ; Neumann, Lukáš (advisor) ; Smrčka, Jiří (referee)
The bachelor's thesis examines the visual texts of Czech experimental poetry of the 1960s. The main goal of the work is to create a typology of the possibilities of visualizing poetic texts. The intention of the typology is to clarify the material and related terminology. The first chapter of the thesis summarizes the development of the defamiliarization of the visual component of the poetic text in the context of the history of the relationship between image and word and briefly characterizes experimental poetry in the Czech environment in a global context. The second chapter summarizes already existing typologies of experimental texts and explains the criteria by which visual poems can be classified. We came to the conclusion that in order to make the material clearer, it is necessary to sort the texts according to more than just one already existing criterion. We classify the texts in terms of the method of creation and the author's intention. The second chapter also contains the typology itself - visual poems are classified into seven types: Statistical text, Structural text, Topological text, Narrative poem, Colour poem, Obfuscation of the Readable and Overlapping. The work tries to describe various techniques of creating visual poems. Therefore, it focuses mainly on the description of the way...
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

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