History of the Czech literature IV - OPBLL2110Z
Title: History of the Czech literature IV
Guaranteed by: Katedra české literatury (41-KCL)
Faculty: Faculty of Education
Actual: from 2021
Semester: winter
E-Credits: 3
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/1, C [HT]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: doc. PhDr. Miloš Sládek, Ph.D.
Pre-requisite : OPBC2L111A, OPBC2L113A
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Annotation -
Last update: Kateřina Esserová, DiS. (26.04.2022)
Learning outcomes of the course unit The aim of the course is to provide students with a knowledge-based system-based basis that will enable them to teach older Czech literature at various levels of education. The course consists of lectures, which will include the following topics: 1. Periodization of literature of the older period. 2. Spiritual song pre-Hussite language Czech and Latin. 3. Hussitism and spiritual song, religious streams of Bohemia in the 16th century and their relationship to spiritual song. 4. The post-White Mountain spiritual song and its influence on other changes of the genre in the 19th century. 5. Prayer in the changes of medieval and early modern literature. 6. Hagiography, its importance in the history of older Czech literature, saints, canonization. The oldest legends on the Czech territory. 7. Pre-Hussite legend, developmental tendencies, forms. The relationship of Hussite to hagiography. 8. Hagiography in the early modern period, confessional attitudes towards saints, post-White Mountain legend. 9. Homiletics in the history of older Czech literature, link to ancient and medieval rhetoric. 10. Early modern preaching, changes of genre: art of new elocence and its retreat. 11. Recreative literature and its ambivalence forms in the Middle Ages. 12. Short narrative genres in the early modern period, fabule, švanky, exempla. Syncreticity of functions. The course includes seminars focusing on practical knowledge of reading old texts, both printed and handwritten. Possibilities of interpretation of older Czech literature will be demonstrated on selected works
Descriptors - Czech
Last update: Kateřina Esserová, DiS. (26.04.2022)

Online výuka 2020/21 probíhá na platformě ZOOM, Meeting ID: 348 359 8149

https://cesnet.zoom.us/j/3483598149
 

Literature -
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A. Škarka, Půl tisíciletí českého písemnictví, Praha 1986

Z. Kalista, České baroko, Praha 1941

B. Beneš, Světská kramářská píseň, Brno 1970

Staří slezští kazatelé (ed. M. Kopecký), Ostrava 1970

Výbor z české literatury od počátků po dobu Husovu (ed. B. Havránek, J. Hrabák), Praha 1957

Výbor z české literatury doby husitské I-II (ed. B. Havránek, J. Hrabák, J. Daňhelka), Praha 1963-1964

Suitable literature for European context

G. Hoffmeister, Deutsche und europäische Barockliteratur, Stuttgart 1987

H. Lausberg, Handbuch der literarischen Rhetorik, 1960

M. Szyrocki, Die deutsche Literatur des Barock. Eine Einführung, 1968

Requirements to the exam -
Last update: Kateřina Esserová, DiS. (26.04.2022)
1) Submitting a checked seminar paper

2) Submission of a structured list of literature containing at least 10 book titles of older Czech literature.

3) Participation in seminars with active participation.
 
 
A very good knowledge of the Czech language (including knowledge of its historical development) is a necessary condition.

Syllabus -
Last update: Kateřina Esserová, DiS. (26.04.2022)
1. Periodization of literature of the older period. 2. Spiritual song pre-Hussite language Czech and Latin. 3. Hussitism and spiritual song, religious streams of Bohemia in the 16th century and their relationship to spiritual song. 4. The post-White Mountain spiritual song and its influence on other changes of the genre in the 19th century. 5. Prayer in the changes of medieval and early modern literature. 6. Hagiography, its importance in the history of older Czech literature, saints, canonization. The oldest legends on the Czech territory. 7. Pre-Hussite legend, developmental tendencies, forms. The relationship of Hussite to hagiography. 8. Hagiography in the early modern period, confessional attitudes towards saints, post-White Mountain legend. 9. Homiletics in the history of older Czech literature, link to ancient and medieval rhetoric. 10. Early modern preaching, changes of genre: art of new elocence and its retreat. 11. Recreative literature and its ambivalence forms in the Middle Ages. 12. Short narrative genres in the early modern period, fabule, švanky, exempla. Syncreticity of functions.