Blurring Czech-Slovak national and literary boundaries in the 19th century: the Slovak perspective



Year of publication 2018
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description This paper will capture the perception of Czechs by the Slovak nation. It will focus on the depiction of the Czech nation within the Slovak literature, especially in the travelogues written by Terézia Vansová (1857-1942) and Jozef Miloslav Hurban (1817-1888). These literary works, Mrs. Georgiadesová on the road (1897) and The journey of a Slovak to his Slavic brothers in Moravia and Bohemia (1839), describe the journeys on the Czech territory and depict the perception of the Czech nation as a whole, but they also focus on the individual national specifics.
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