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2019 | 66 | 2 | 103 - 113
Article title

POETIKA V MNOŽNOM ČÍSLE (POZNÁMKY K NAJNOVŠEJ LITERATÚRE PREDMETU)

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Title variants
EN
Poetics in plural (Comments on the latest literature of object)
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
The paper deals with the latest literature concerning the concepts of poetics and event. The searches conducted by the author are based on Petrer Zajac´s conceptual reflexion on new poetics, which is understood by him as poetics of text and poetics of event. In recent German (and partly also Czech) publications Kazalarska is seeking impulses for further development of theoretical background which would make it possible to grasp interconnections between poetics of text and poetics of event and track the points of transition between them as well as their potential overlaps and entanglements. The first part of the paper shows the current use of the conceptual dimensions of poetics, which is related to both the process of developing literary science into a cultural science and the process of establishing the concept of performativity. A comparably big „boom“ can then be recognized in case of poetics of event, which has been closely examined by literary science lately. The other part of the paper is focused on the question asking to what extent it is possible to talk about „eventness“ on the level of a literary text. What becomes the centre of attention is the materiality of writing, which belongs to the newest fields of poetics and which fulfils its poetic potential exactly on the interface between poetics of text and poetics of event and oscillates between the two types of poetics. The subject of the final thought is the literary historical place and poetological significance of the materiality of writing within Slovak literature after 1945.
Year
Volume
66
Issue
2
Pages
103 - 113
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Contributors
  • Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Slawistik, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany
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Publication order reference
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