Poznámky k dvojdomosti české fantastické literatury po roce 1989

Title in English Notes on dioecy of the Czech fantastic literature after 1989
Authors

KŘEČEK Jan

Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Bohemica litteraria
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
WWW http://hdl.handle.net/11222.digilib/138656
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.5817/BL2018-2-5
Keywords Czech fantastic literature; Tereza Dědinová; Po divné krajině; Jan Dobiáš; Po dračím ohni; Neočekávané dýchánky; René Vaněk; Soma secundarium; Antonín K. K. Kudláč; Anatomie pocitu úžasu; Barvy černobílého světa; fantastic element; fuzzy sets
Description The paper studies the problem of dioecy in the Czech fantastic literature. There are two spheres of fantastic literature – one is the popular one, connected with fandom, publishing houses, and specialized bookshops, the second can be classified as “high literature” and is usually mimetic, therefore the reader may not expect any fantastic elements in it. However, there are fantastic elements – and very often. One sphere usually does not accept the second one, though, as shown on examples of short stories by Jan Dobiáš and a novella by René Vaněk. The extratextual features are only one way to look at fantastic literature. Another possibility is to study the use of the fantastic element. And as shown here, the intratextual analysis divides fantastic literature on a completely different level than the extratextual analysis.
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