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Bajka pro dnešek: ekokritická analýza vybraných děl současné české prózy

Title in English Fable for today — ecocritical analysis of selected contemporary Czech prose works
Authors

DĚDINOVÁ Tereza

Year of publication 2022
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source CESKA LITERATURA
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
Web https://asjournals.lib.cas.cz/ceskaliteratura/article/uuid:0d2542af-27b1-436a-a904-a08134f624f9
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.51305/cl.2022.02.02
Keywords Ecocriticism; hyperobject; Anthropocene; hybridization; nature × culture
Description Ecocriticism is a relatively new, important and rapidly developing field of study of works of art, focusing on the relationship between literature and the environment. From its initial focus on non-fiction depictions of nature (in “nature writing”), it has expanded its attention during its second generation to include all types of environmental representation in literature and media in general. Far from being a purely evaluative or even ideological method, ecocriticism explores representations of the relationship between nature and culture, reflects on the interconnection between environmental and social themes and analyses innovative narrative strategies that seek to address complex issues. Following an introductory characterization and an overview of the development of ecocriticism, this study will focus on seven contemporary Czech novels dealing with environmental issues.

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