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Poetry in Exile Czech poets during the Cold War and the Westernpoetic tradition

Poetry in Exile Czech poets during the Cold War and the Westernpoetic tradition
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In his book Josef Hrdlička opens the question of what exactly constitutes Exile Poetry,\nand indeed whether it amounts to a category as fundamental as Romantic or Bucolic\nlyricism. He covers the intricately complex and diverse topic of exile by exploring\nselected literary texts from antiquity to the present, giving due attention to writers that\nhave influenced the exile discourse; from Ovid, Goethe and Baudelaire to the thinkers\nand poets of the 20th century like Adorno or Saint-John Perse. Against this backdrop of\nexile poetics, he turns his attention to Czech poets who left their homeland after the\nCommunist Coup of 1948 and were notable contributors to Czech literature abroad.\nHrdlička considers the works of Ivan Blatný, Milada Součková, Ivan Diviš and Petr\nKrál, to show the continuity and changes in the western poetic tradition and expressions\nof exile.

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Nakladatel: Karolinum
ISBN: 978-80-2464-657-2
Rok vydání: 2020
Jazyk : Angličtina
Vazba: brožovaná/paperback
Počet stran: 358
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