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The paper discusses the topic of the poetry writing in Slovakia and Macedonia of the 1950s, when Milan Rufus and Mateja Matevski began to write their works. They both rank yet among the most significant contemporary Slovak and Macedonian poets. The paper deals with the theoretical and critical aspect and the terminology of this topic and focuses on the comparative interpretation of some of their poems written until 1960s. The purpose of the paper is to investigate and analyze the different poetical symbols as well as symbolical worlds of poets.
Employing various perspectives, the author sheds light on some technical terms like transcription, translation and poetical translation which are current in Slovak translatological discourse of the past decades and pays attention to some of the cultural and political aspects of translation of Czech literature into Slovak in the 1970s and 1980s. Building on the translatological research into Rufus' translation method, he focuses on the poetics of Milan Rufus' translations (1928-2008), especially on his translations of the poems of an important Czech poet Frantisek Hrubin (1910-1971). The detailed analysis and the comparison of the original with the translation shows that a translation from a cognate language is not unproblematic even for big and original poets like Jan Kostra or Milan Rufus. The author draws on Marian Andricik's thesis about the 'dual domicile' of the poet and of the translator methodologically and he comes to the conclusion that the previous translatological analyses of the so-called updated translations of Czech poetry into Slovak (these are translations by Jan Kostra, Vojtech Mihalik, Milan Rufus and others) often bypassed the problem of semantic and syntactic shifts in translation and by emphatic statements about congeniality, about translation as an act of identification they rather obscured the core of the problem. In other words, the author of the present study points out the need of an objective view of the whole complex of questions related to the problem of translation of Czech poetry into Slovak in the second half of the last century.
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