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Content available remote Vladimír Holan a baroko
This article, from the perspective of metaphysics, analyzes Baroque influences on the style of Vladimir Holan (1905-1980) in the collections of his verse from the 1930s and 1940s. The influences appear in Holan's work, it argues, because of a wave of renewed interest in the Baroque in the 1930s and also the resonance those influences had with Holan's sensibility.
Content available remote K vícejazyčnosti v básnických skladbách Vladimíra Holana
An article about the integration of foreign-language elements in three poems by Vladimir Holan (Noc s Hamletem, Noc s Ofelii, and Toskana).
Content available remote Žánr a ideologie Rudoarmějců Vladimíra Holana
In Holan's post-War poetic output, the cycle 'The Red Army Men' (1947) enjoys high critical acclaim while the trio of his other works 'Thanks to the Soviet Union', ' A Memorial Service', and 'To You' is regarded as a crude exercise in propaganda. The main reason for this evaluative difference, my paper argues, is that the genre of the cycle enables the author to disseminate an ideological message similar to that of the unappreciated trio in a more subtle, less ostentatious manner. The first part of the essay analyzes the various techniques of portraiture employed by Holan to represent ordinary Russian soldiers (prosopopeia and ethopoeia). In the second part the ideological potential of the genre is discussed. Since portrait by definition must depict an actual human subject, the very selection of the model and his/her features embroils such a work in a social reality and reflects the author's attitude toward it. This worldview, however, is not added to the text mechanically, from without, but comprises an integral part of the very mimetic apparatus that generates its overall meaning.
Content available remote V labyrintech Holanovy pozdní lyriky : Nad knihou Zdeňka Kožmína
AThis essay on the late lyric verse of Vladimir Holan, inspired by Zdenek Kozmin's 'Existencionalita', also presents an overview of previous important interpretations of Holan's work – apart from Kozmin, it mentions the work of Premysl Blazicek and Jiri Opelik.
Content available remote Kognitivní lingvistika, řeč a poezie : (Předběžné poznámky)
The first two parts of this article outline the context of cognitive and cultural linguistics. It discusses, first, its starting point in empirical realism and anthropocentrism and its conception of the universal and the relative. It then briefly explains the basic concepts and the bases of this approach to language and the human mind: the linguistic picture of the world, corporeality, conceptual metaphor, and categorization (particularly in connection with linguistic meaning). The third and most important part of the article demonstrates, on using examples from the poetry of Holan, Skácel, and Topinka, the stimuli that might link cognitive experience with the conception of the poetic text, and thus aid the interpretation of poetry. This is primarily a matter of connotations. According to the chief representatives of cognitive-cultural linguistics, the Polish scholars Ryszard Tokarski and Anna Pajdzinska, poetry provides ample evidence, from the point of view of semantics, for verbal connotations that are otherwise unregistrable. This implies processes of recategorization and relativization of normal functional meanings, which are most blatant, in Pajdzinska's terms, in 'poetic definitions'. Re-evaluation and relativization apply also to normal conceptual schemes. Here, I write about 'linking' and 'container'. The last part of the article concerns the conceptualization of speech, as it may be interpreted on the basis of Miloslav Topinka's collection of verse 'Krysí hnizdo' (Rat Hole).
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