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Na cestě evropským literárním polem. Studie z komparatistiky

Author Vladimír Svatoň
Publisher Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Filozofická fakulta
Release year 2017
ISBN 978-80-7308-746-3
Series Mimo řady
Pages 216
Current price 295 CZK
Price (Incl.VAT 10 %) 266 CZK
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Comparative literature is not primarily a university discipline, but a type of mindset. Comparative thought started to develop in the first centuries of modern era: next to the authoritative influence of Aristotle's Poetics and Rhetoric, the opinion that the life of modern Europe is radically different from that of the ancient world, and that modern art cannot follow ancient models was always growing stronger. The debate took place in France in the dispute between the supporters of the "rigid" and the "free" tragedy in the 17th century, and particularly during the so-called "Querelle", the controversy between the authors who followed the ancient models, and those who advocated the distinctive character of modern Europe. The opposition between the ancient (epic) and modern (prosaic) world, or the opposition between the "na?ve" (mostly ancient) and "sentimental" (modern or reflective) poetry, became the starting principle of the philosophy of history in German classical idealism. Comparative thought focused on the problem of identity, particularly the identity (self-awareness) of modern European civilization.

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