Žánrové specifikum deníkových zápisků věnovaných dětem a jedno česko-slovenské srovnání

Title in English Genre Specific Features of Diary Records Dedicated to Children and One Czech-Slovak Comparison


Year of publication 2021
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Slavica litteraria
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Web http://hdl.handle.net/11222.digilib/144673
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.5817/SL2021-2-7
Keywords Slavonic literatures; female authors; literary genre; diary records; Lucie Nachtigallová; comparative method; genre shift
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Description Contemporary literature is rich in the emergence of autobiographical genres: memoirs, essays and, of course, diaries of different types and orientations. In recent years, the Slavonic literatures include diary records of female authors dedicated to children, their upbringing, adolescence and other features. The paper focuses on genre spe- cific features of diary records on children that emerge in contemporary Czech literature, namely in the work of the female journalist Lucie Nachtigallová (born in 1977). The aim of the paper is to show a genre shift of The Facebook Mother’s Diaries [Deníky fejsbukové matky] in relation to a classic example of diaries dedicated to children written by the Slovak female writer Elena Maróthy-Šoltésová (1855–1939) My Children [Moje deti].
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