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Title: Nynější problémy s někdejším literárním regionalismem
Authors: Harák, Ivo
Keywords: Czech literature
literary regionalism
Ladislavem Stehlík
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Komisja Slawistyczna PAN, Oddział w Poznaniu, IFS UAM, Wydawnictwo PRO
Citation: Bohemistyka, 2016, nr 3, s. 220-232
Abstract: In his study, Ivo Harák deals with work of a poet, fine artist and pedagogue Ladislav Stehlík, one of the most significant representatives of a literary regionalism (according to Martin C. Putna), in Czech countries both before and after second world war. Above all, Harák considers Stehlík´s most remarkable work Země zamyšlená, first published in 1947, (a compendium on history, land, people and art of South Bohemia) which has been well-accepted by readers and literary scientists. Harák notices its drawbacks due to the time it was written at and also the way Stehlík overcomes the dictate of contemporary ideology. Particularly, Harák emphasises timeless values of Země zamyšlená and reasons why the work is worth attention even in literary classes on Czech (secondary) schools. For a foreign reader, the text may be a guide through the metamorphoses of the south-bohemian land.
ISSN: 1642–9893
Appears in Collections:Bohemistyka, 2016, nr 3

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