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The Analysis of Selected Legends of Alois Jirásek and the Problematics of their Illustrations
ŠINDELÁŘOVÁ, Alena
This bachelor thesis deals with selected literary tales from the collection of Ancient Bohemian Legens compiled by Alois Jirásek, first published in 1894. It also compares illustrations by Věnceslav Černý, Antonín Procházka, Jiří Trnka and especially Mikoláš Aleš. At the same time, the thesis briefly outlines Jirásek's life and work. The theoretical part is complemented by a practical part, which includes the artistic reinterpretation of the selected legend according to the inspiration of Mikoláš Aleš.
The aspects of bilingualism in the literary works of Ahdaf Soueif
Šindelářová, Alena ; Ondráš, František (advisor) ; Oliverius, Jaroslav (referee)
The central focus of this work is the aspects of bilingualism in the writings of the Egyptian writer Ahdaf Soueif. Bilingualism is a very broad topic and encompasses a large scale of cultural and linguistic connotations. The combination of my two majors, English and Arabic studies, has enticed my interest in exploring bilingual features in the literary works created by authors in a language different from their mother tongue. Moreover during my university studies I have sought to interconnect my two majors. I have built up a strong relationship to both of them and I wished to make use of the acquired knowledge in a thesis which would comprise both languages, English and Arabic, and their cultures. While studying English literature I have come across authors of predominantly AngloSaxon origin, which means representatives of literary and cultural life using their mother tongue for their writing. However my Arabic major has opened a new perspective to me. Just like in the case of the British and American literatures I have got to know Arab writers producing their literary works in their mother tongue, the Arabic language, but I have also discovered the realm of authors of Arab origin writing in English. The phenomenon of non-British or non-American authors whose literary medium is English has appeared...
The aspects of bilingualism in the literary works of Ahdaf Soueif
Šindelářová, Alena ; Ondráš, František (advisor) ; Oliverius, Jaroslav (referee)
The central focus of this work is the aspects of bilingualism in the writings of the Egyptian writer Ahdaf Soueif. Bilingualism is a very broad topic and encompasses a large scale of cultural and linguistic connotations. The combination of my two majors, English and Arabic studies, has enticed my interest in exploring bilingual features in the literary works created by authors in a language different from their mother tongue. Moreover during my university studies I have sought to interconnect my two majors. I have built up a strong relationship to both of them and I wished to make use of the acquired knowledge in a thesis which would comprise both languages, English and Arabic, and their cultures. While studying English literature I have come across authors of predominantly AngloSaxon origin, which means representatives of literary and cultural life using their mother tongue for their writing. However my Arabic major has opened a new perspective to me. Just like in the case of the British and American literatures I have got to know Arab writers producing their literary works in their mother tongue, the Arabic language, but I have also discovered the realm of authors of Arab origin writing in English. The phenomenon of non-British or non-American authors whose literary medium is English has appeared...
The aspects of bilingualism in the literary works of Ahdaf Soueif
Šindelářová, Alena ; Oliverius, Jaroslav (referee) ; Ondráš, František (advisor)
The central focus of this work is the aspects of bilingualism in the writings of the Egyptian writer Ahdaf Soueif. Bilingualism is a very broad topic and encompasses a large scale of cultural and linguistic connotations. The combination of my two majors, English and Arabic studies, has enticed my interest in exploring bilingual features in the literary works created by authors in a language different from their mother tongue. Moreover during my university studies I have sought to interconnect my two majors. I have built up a strong relationship to both of them and I wished to make use of the acquired knowledge in a thesis which would comprise both languages, English and Arabic, and their cultures. While studying English literature I have come across authors of predominantly AngloSaxon origin, which means representatives of literary and cultural life using their mother tongue for their writing. However my Arabic major has opened a new perspective to me. Just like in the case of the British and American literatures I have got to know Arab writers producing their literary works in their mother tongue, the Arabic language, but I have also discovered the realm of authors of Arab origin writing in English. The phenomenon of non-British or non-American authors whose literary medium is English has appeared...
The aspects of bilingualism in the literary works of Ahdaf Soueif
Šindelářová, Alena ; Ondráš, František (advisor) ; Oliverius, Jaroslav (referee)
The central focus of this work is the aspects of bilingualism in the writings of the Egyptian writer Ahdaf Soueif. Bilingualism is a very broad topic and encompasses a large scale of cultural and linguistic connotations. The combination of my two majors, English and Arabic studies, has enticed my interest in exploring bilingual features in the literary works created by authors in a language different from their mother tongue. Moreover during my university studies I have sought to interconnect my two majors. I have built up a strong relationship to both of them and I wished to make use of the acquired knowledge in a thesis which would comprise both languages, English and Arabic, and their cultures. While studying English literature I have come across authors of predominantly AngloSaxon origin, which means representatives of literary and cultural life using their mother tongue for their writing. However my Arabic major has opened a new perspective to me. Just like in the case of the British and American literatures I have got to know Arab writers producing their literary works in their mother tongue, the Arabic language, but I have also discovered the realm of authors of Arab origin writing in English. The phenomenon of non-British or non-American authors whose literary medium is English has appeared...

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