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  • Translation and Canon

    ed. Mária Kusá
    obálka1_2019_na web

    Most scholarly work on the literary canon has focused on the perception of the circumstances, conditions and causes of the constitution and reconstitution of the literary canon within the context of one cultural space. In this issue, we are interested in the factor of “the other”, that enters into play through translations, in particular (but not only) in cultural spaces of the “crossroads” type. The factor of otherness, in its diverse forms and functions, on various levels of perception and reflection of the literary and scholarly text, plays a key role in canonization and recanonization.










    OBSAH / CONTENTS
    editoriál / editorial
    MÁRIA KUSÁ
    Preklad a kánon ■ 2 WLS1_2019_editorial
    hosťovská prednáška / guest lecture
    IOANA POPA
    Political commitment and the international construction of symbolic recognition during the Cold War: The impact of the 1956 crises on literary transfers ■ 3 abstract
    štúdie – téma / articles – topic
    KATARÍNA BEDNÁROVÁ
    Literárny kánon v prekladovom a kultúrnom priestore ■ 15 abstract
    ANDREY ASTVATSATUROV
    On the way towards canon-formation: The case of T. S. Eliot ■ 42 abstract
    ANITA HUŤKOVÁ
    Kánonické texty Pétera Esterházyho v slovenskom preklade ■ 51 abstract
    diskusia / discussion
    DOROTHY M. FIGUEIRA
    Prehodnotenie etiky porovnávania ■ 70 abstract
    štúdie / articles
    MAGDOLNA BALOGH
    The reportage and what surrounds it: Outlining the tradition and connections of two transitional genres in Hungarian literature ■ 81 abstract
    VESNA BRATIĆ – VESNA VUKIĆEVIĆ JANKOVIĆ
    The cursed foreign bride in Serbian literature: An evolution or a dissolution of a stereotype? ■ 91 abstract
    recenzie / book reviews
    Oľga Kovačičová – Mária Kusá (eds.): Slovník slovenských prekladateľov umeleckej literatúry. 20. storočie. A – K. Slovník slovenských prekladateľov umeleckej literatúry. 20. storočie. L – Ž (Eva Kalivodová) ■ 108
    Igor Tyšš: Teoretické a materiálové sondy do praxeológie a dejín prekladu americkej literatúry na Slovensku v období socializmu. Mlada tvorba a Beat Generation (Matej Laš) ■ 111
    Klavdia Smola – Dirk Uffelmann (eds.): Postcolonial Slavic Literatures After Communism (Dobrota Pucherová) ■ 113
    Gertraude Zand – Stefan Michael Newerkla (eds.): Jezuitská kultura v českých zemích/Jesuitische Kultur in den böhmischen Ländern (Peter Olexák) ■ 117
    Karolina Ćwiek-Rogalska – Marcin Filipowicz (eds.): Słowiańska pamięć/Slavic Memory (Irena Bilińska) ■ 119
    Andras Kappanyos: Bajuszbögre, lefordítatlan. Műfordítás – Adaptáció – Kulturális transzfer (Judit Dobry) ■ 123

  • Images of remote countries in the literatures of Central and Eastern Europe

    eds. Anton Pokrivčák – Miloš Zelenka
    obálka2_2019_na web

    The study of interliterary relations in Central and Eastern Europe has mostly focused on neighbouring countries. However, in the contemporary globalized world contacts with remote cultures are becoming more frequent in this region as well. The aim of this issue is to analyse how remote countries are depicted in Central and Eastern European literatures and how these countries and cultures are reflected in literary-critical and cultural discourse.










    OBSAH / CONTENTS
    EDITORIÁL / EDITORIAL
    ANTON POKRIVČÁK – MILOŠ ZELENKA
    Images of remote countries in the literatures of Central and Eastern Europe ■ 2 WLS2_2019_editoriál

    ŠTÚDIE / ARTICLES
    ANTON POKRIVČÁK – MILOŠ ZELENKA
    Images of remote countries in the literatures of Central and Eastern Europe: On the theoretical starting points of intercultural comparative studies ■ 3 abstrakt
    ANDREI TERIAN
    Cultural triangulation in Romanian travelogues to China under Communism ■ 16 abstrakt
    ADRIANA RADUCANU
    “Namaste”: Representations of India in Sega’s spiritual travelogue ■ 31 abstrakt
    DOBROTA PUCHEROVÁ
    Travels among “backward heathens”: J. I. Bajza’s “The Adventures and Experiences of the Young Man René” as a frontier orientalist fantasy ■ 45 abstrakt
    ÁGNES BALAJTHY
    Questioning China: (Mis)understanding strategies in László Krasznahorkai’s “Destruction and Sorrow Beneath the Heavens” ■ 61 abstrakt
    JEONGYUN KO
    Petra Hůlová’ s representation of Mongolian women in “All This Belongs to Me” ■ 79 abstrakt
    MAGDA KUČERKOVÁ
    The image of Mexico in Czechoslovak travel sketches of the 1940s and 1950s ■ 95 abstrakt
    GALINA G. TYAPKO – IRINA D. BOBRINSKAYA
    Images of remote countries in Russian classical sea voyage literature ■ 111 abstrakt

    MATERIÁLY / MATERIALS
    AGATA BUDA
    Foreign travels in “The Doll” by Bolesław Prus as a comment on the condition of 19th-century Poland ■ 123 abstrakt

    RECENZIE / BOOK REVIEWS
    Ernő Kulcsár Szabó – Zoltán Kulcsár-Szabó – Tamás Lénárt (eds.): Verskultúrák. A líraelmélet perspektívái (Péter H. Nagy) ■ 132
    Jeffrey R. Di Leo (ed.): American Literature as World Literature (Dobrota Pucherová) ■ 134
    Aleida Assmannová: Prostory vzpomínání. Podoby a proměny kulturní paměti (Nataša Hromová Burcinová) ■ 138