Svìt molodych ukrajincìv ì čechìv u tvorčostì Serhìja Žadana ta Jaroslava Rudìša



Rok publikování 2021
Druh Článek v odborném periodiku
Časopis / Zdroj Philologia Rossica
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

Klíčová slova contemporary Ukrainian prose; contemporary Czech prose; existence; identity; trains; Serhiy Zhadan; Jaroslav Rudiš
Přiložené soubory
Popis The writers very often address the basic question of the direction of life, which can be seen in the literature of all countries and times. However, the history and transformations of the society are significantly reflected in the way of looking at human existence. Therefore, this comparative study focuses on the comparison of two authors of contemporary Ukrainian and Czech prose in order to portray the perception of the modern world by young people. The selected novels are closely interconnected by a number of common features: the tendency of pop-literature, the search for one’s own identity in a time of indefiniteness and uncertainty (which is typical for contemporary literature), characters are lost in their ways which lead to nowhere, where a way (depicted as trains and tracks) and losing a home are distinctive images in the authors’ work. Through the exploration of the main characters, their state of mind and thoughts as well as the environment in which they live, we conclude that both the Ukrainian and the Czech writer use their characters to reflect the conscience, nervousness and unease of their generation in the uncertainty of today’s times.
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