THE SYNOPTIC-PULSATORY MODEL OF CZECH LITERARY ROMANTICISM (Synopticko-pulzacni model ceskeho literarniho romantismu)
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The article aims to construct an alternative model of the Czech Romanticism, based on the principle of the pulsation of cultural energies. This model of historical reconstruction, based on the idea of 'pulsation aesthetics' (Peter Zajac), helps us better understand the various connections and interactions between creative elements in the 19th century Czech culture and society. The author shows how this model works on several examples of visual and literary imagination in the 19th century. Crucial role is played here by the understanding of the cultural past as a result of a variety of artistic influences (the reception of German and English literature), important also for the 'patriotic' stream of the Czech Romantic Movement. The author further discusses several types of Romantic models in the 1830's and 1850's and their co-existence.
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