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2020 | 156 | 1-20
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Od Tomáša Strausslera do sir Toma Stopparda

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From Tomáš Straussler to Sir Tom Stoppard: On the Dramatist’s Diverse Identity, Singapore Episode and Czech Theatrical DNA
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The article aims to present the formal, narrative and structural duality characteristic of Tom Stoppard’s dramaturgy in relation to his biographical experience of changing his identity from Czech to British and being exposed to Central European, Asian and Indian cultures. In the second part of the paper, his work is interpreted in the context of its potential links to Czech culture; the thesis is based on information provided by Stoppard himself, facts about the reception of Czech theatre in the West and the contents of the British playwright’s works with their important references to Czech culture.
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156
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2020-04
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