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dc.contributor.authorPešková, Michaela
dc.identifier.citationPEŠKOVÁ, Michaela. Model životní dráhy v literatuře socialistického realismu.. In: Dialog kultur VI : sborník příspěvků z mezinárodní vědecké konference konané ve dnech 18. - 19. ledna 2011 v Hradci Králové.. Brno: Tribun EU, 2011. s. 1-8. ISBN 978-80-7399-199-9.cs
dc.description.sponsorshipGA ČR 405/09/P062 „Idea ,nového člověka´ v ruské literatuře 20. a počátku 30. let 20. století“cs
dc.format6 s.
dc.publisherTribun EUcs
dc.rights© Tribun EUcs
dc.rightsPlný text je přístupný v rámci univerzity přihlášeným uživatelům.cs
dc.subjectsocialistický realismuscs
dc.subjectruská literaturacs
dc.subject20. stoletícs
dc.subjectbiografický románcs
dc.titleModel životní dráhy v literatuře socialistického realismucs
dc.title.alternativeModel career in the literature of socialist realismen
dc.typekonferenční příspěvekcs
dc.description.abstract-translatedThe article asks questions: 1) Why is the biographical character too intensely accentuated in literature of socialist realism? 2) Does a new “biographic” paradigm arise at the beginning of the 30s of the 20th century? 3) What are the basic models of life´s career of protagonists of socialist realism? 4) Are biographical character and interest in a Man true? The authoress comes to the conclusion that poetics of committed literature at the beginning of the 30s changes. Literary canon turns away from adoration of the collective and concentrates on the description of life´s careers of real, individual people, thereby official culture declares its “new humanity”. In principle, we distinguish two models of life´s career. They are similar to hagiographic traditional patterns: to a model of inherent sainthood and to a model of correction of a wrongdoer. Pictures of standardized and reformed protagonists “from the common people” are gradually replaced by a progressive hero of extraordinary character. However we can consider the biographical character of the art of socialist realism to be false. Everything leads to standardization, imitation, expulsion of identity, and uniqueness of life´s career.en
dc.subject.translatedsocialist realismen
dc.subject.translatedrussian literatureen
dc.subject.translated20th centuryen
dc.subject.translatedbiographical novelen
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