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2013 | 60 | 2 | 115 – 138
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MY, VYDAVATELIA

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We, publishers
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SK
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The goal of the article is to show cultural environment factors which determined the form and reception of the two parallel collections of fairy tales, Slovenské povesti (1858 – 1861) by August Horislav Škultéty and Pavol Dobšinský and Slovenské pohádky a pověsti (1857 – 1858) by Božena Němcová, accenting the differences in the concept of fairy tales and the publishing of them, and mainly how the subjects traditionally called publishers or editors understood their own function and role. Recognizing the roles and functions of the subjects of the processes (those of authors´ and those of publishers´) proved to be essential for the form of the collections in question – it is closely connected to the Romantic concept of authorship as they have been seen lately in relation to Rukopis královédvorský (Dvůr Králové manuscript) and Rukopis zelenohorský (Zelená Hora manuscript) by David L. Cooper (2012). The categories and aspects related to the forgery as one of the Romantic forms of authorship which the American bohemist writes about correspond in several respects with the process and phenomenon accompanying the edition of Slovenské povesti and subsequently condition of the Slovak national revivalists´ attitude to the collection (in a narrower sense the reception of Slovenské pohádky a pověsti). The categories such as authenticity, originality and simulation make it possible to view the authors of the fairy tales in Slovenské povesti in the literary-theoretical sense with regard to the category of author without the traditional burden of the folklorist approach, which has so far refused to identify the particular fairy tale authors.
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60
Issue
2
Pages
115 – 138
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Publication order reference
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