„Držím já na císaře ... a držím se svým králem“. Výklad světa po revoluci 1848
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„I SIDE WITH THE EMPEROR ... AND I SIDE WITH MY KING“. AN INTERPRETATION OF THE WORLD AFTER THE 1848 REVOLUTION
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This study summarizes the outlets for publication in the period of changes to publishing legislation between 1849-1852. In particular, this study analyses Václav Frost‘s title Truth will out (Jen s pravdou ven) designed especially for the rural readers and it thus deepens contemporary understanding of readership strategies at the beginnings of Neo-absolutism. The principal attention is devoted both to religious issues (among others a polemic on Eugène Sue’s The Wandering Jew), and social and political matters (such as a discussion on Karel Havlíček’s views in his journal Slovan). This publication also reflects many other matters, for example certain stereotypes in the populace’s views, the importance of theatre in Czech society in the middle of the 19th century, but also a „popular“ reflection of academic works (such as the works by František Palacký).
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