Basics of Rhetoric and Poetics 2

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
207ZRP2 ZK 1 2T Czech summer

Subject guarantor

Petr ŠRÁMEK

Name of lecturer(s)

Petr ŠRÁMEK

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Familiarization with the theory and practice of linguistic construction of a dramatic text (dramas of antiquity, the renaissance, classical and romantic eras etc.) and the possibility of their vocal realization in Czech translation. Familiarization with contemporary translation practice.

Mode of study

Concept presentation, text analysis, discussion.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

No requirements.

Course contents

Topics:

  1. Preconditions for reading, preliminary questions.
  2. Understanding vs. not understanding.
  3. who's who in a literary work.
  4. Figurative identification: sound, meaning, image.
  5. Between poetry and prose: types and genres of literature.

6., 7. Basic terms of poetics.

8., 9. Basic terms of narratology.

  1. Verse in drama.
  2. Criteria for evaluating a literary work.

[sense, meaning, sign; time, space; style, composition, theme, motif; monologue, dialogue; the model author and reader; metaphor, metonymy, symbol, amphibology; verse, foot, ictus; rhyme, assonance; rhytm, meter, intonation; Alexandrine, blank verse, hexameter; vocal instrumentation, euphony; expressivity, irony, persuasion; (in)formal writing; variation, allusion, variant reading etc.]

Recommended or required reading

Červenka, M. , Jankovič, M. , Kubínová, M. , Langerová, M.: Pohledy zblízka: zvuk, význam, obraz. Poetika literárního díla 20. století. [I.] Praha, Torst 2002.

Hodrová, Daniela a kol.: ...na okraji chaosu... Poetika literárního díla 20. století. [II.] Praha, Torst 2001.

(kol.): Na cestě ke smyslu. Poetika literárního díla 20. století. [III.] Praha, Torst 2005.

Nünning, Ansgar (ed.): Lexikon teorie literatury a kultury. Brno, Host 2006.

Brukner, Josef; Filip, Jiří: Poetický slovník. Praha, ČS 1968 (2. vyd. 1992).

Culler, Jonathan: Krátký úvod do literární teorie. Brno, Host 2002.

Eagleton, Terry: Úvod do teorie literatury. Praha, Triáda 2005.

Eco, Umberto: Šest procházek literárními lesy. Olomouc, Votobia 1997.

Haman, Aleš: Úvod do studia literatury a interpretace díla. Jinočany, H&H 1999.

Hrabák, Josef: Poetika. Praha, ČS 1973.

Hrabák, Josef: Úvod do teorie verše. Praha, SPN 1958.

Ingarden, Roman: Umělecké dílo literární. Praha, Odeon 1989.

Jakobson, Roman: Poetická funkce. Praha, H&H 1995.

Staiger, Emil: Základní pojmy poetiky. Praha, ČS 1969.

Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius: Základy rétoriky. Praha, Odeon 1985.

Slovník literární teorie. Praha, ČS 1984 [ed. Š. Vlašín], 2. vyd.

Šklovskij, Viktor: Teorie prózy. Praha, Melantrich 1933.

Todorov, Tzvetan: Poetika prózy. Praha, Triáda 2000.

Úvod do literární vědy. Praha, Herrman & synové 1999 [ed. M. Pechlivanos a kol.].

Veltruský, Jiří: Drama jako básnické dílo. Brno, Host 1999.

Wellek René; Warren, Austin: Teorie literatury. Olomouc, Votobia 1995.

Zima, Petr V.: Literární estetika. Olomouc, Votobia 1998.

Žilka, Tibor: Poetický slovník. Bratislava, Tatran 1987.

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participation, performing of continually assigned tasks; interpretation.

Further information

This course is an elective for all students of this school

Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:

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Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

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The subject is a part of the following study plans