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Journal
2013 | 17 | 2 | 161-168
Article title

Splývavé hranice v současné české literatuře pro děti a mládež

Authors
Title variants
EN
Confluesing Borders in Contemporary Czech Literature for Childern and Youth
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
The paper examines the various manifestations of merging boundaries in contemporary Czech literature for children and young people, focusing primarily on the category of age. This confusion is often found in the literature. Author compiles own typology, in which there are four types of this trend: books for children, which are also an artistic artifact (books from Petr Nikl, Jiøí Èernický, František Skála); pictorial publications overlapping to non-fiction (Petr Sís, Renáta Fuèíková); books that are published in editions and modify signaling mistakenly focus on their children’s readers (Martin Reiner, Michal Viewegh, Pavel Šrut: Tři tatínci a maminka; Adam Votruba: Namažeme školu špekem – souèasný dětský folklór) and books that contain graphically separate passages for adults and children (Michal Viewegh: Krátké pohádky pro unavené rodiče; Tereza Šedivá: Příběh mimina s velkou hlavou).
Journal
Year
Volume
17
Issue
2
Pages
161-168
Physical description
Contributors
author
  • Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci, radek.maly@upol.cz
  • Filozofická fakulta
  • Katedra bohemistiky
References
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Publication order reference
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