HENRICH BARTEK AND THE CONTINUITY OF LITERARY LANGUAGE THEORY IN THE 30'S OF THE 20 CENTURY
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The author has assigned the aim to discover in what measure there was the continuity with literary language present among the insights of H. Bartek and his foregoers - S. Czambel and J. Skultety. Analysis of the particular aspects of the literary language theory has shown that H. Bartek's language theoretically and practically oriented work in the 30's (apart from some less important differences) is characterized by a significant ideological and methodological sequence of the foregoers' effort and thus it forms smooth development continuity.
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