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Slavia Occidentalis, 2013, Tom 70, nr 2, s. 37-55.
The article focuses on a problem of the relationship between emerging Czech national identity and social male heading in the 19-th century. The article deals with the question of male social representation related with prestige, that Czech literary discourse tried to elaborate. The article concerns the attitude towards the hegemonic masculinity linked to the Austrian structures of power and German cultural. This issue has been shown in the example of prose created by male authors originating in the period of increased national agitation, which lasted from approximately the 30. to the end of the 70. of the 19-th century. Focusing on reconstructions of collective normative imaginations based on literary texts is, however, insufficient. There can be compliance, but also the difference, between imaginations, and their implementation. Therefore, literary patterns related to male social position of the Czech patriot were confronted with the image of their "reality" preserved in Czech memoirs of the 19-th century.
Wydawnictwo Poznańskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk
Rodząca się czeska tożsamość narodowa a męska pozycja społeczna
Emerging Czech National Identity and Male Social Position
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