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Zitová, Olga

Overview
Works: 7 works in 20 publications in 3 languages and 1,001 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Conference papers and proceedings  Pictorial works  Portraits 
Roles: Author, Contributor, Editor
Classifications: PN56.H55, 809.93358405318
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Olga Zitová
Thomas Mann und Ivan Olbracht der Einfluss von Manns Mythoskonzeption auf die karpatoukrainische Prosa des tschechischen Schriftstellers by Olga Zitová( )

12 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in German and English and held by 941 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Zitovás literary analysis starts at the interface of Czech and German literature in the first half of the twentieth century. Thomas Mann's novel Joseph and His Brothers is set in comparative relation to Ivan Olbracht's prose texts Nikola Šuhaj loupežník and Golet v údolí. Olbracht translated three volumes of Mann's Joseph's tetralogy parallel to the composition of his own prose works. Zitová examines the influence of Olbracht's translation work on his own work. Zitovás literaturwissenschaftliche Analyse setzt an einer Schnittstelle der tschechischen und deutschen Literatur in der ersten Hälfte des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts an. Thomas Manns Roman Joseph und seine Brüder wird vergleichend in Beziehung gesetzt zu Ivan Olbrachts in den dreißiger Jahren entstandenen Prosatexten Nikola Šuhaj loupežník und Golet v údolí. Olbracht übersetzte parallel zur Abfassung seiner Prosawerke insgesamt drei Bände aus Manns umfangreicher Josephs-Tetralogie. Diese Übersetzertätigkeit blieb, wie Zitová aufzeigt, nicht ohne Einfluss auf sein eigenes Schaffen. Das Buch knüpft an eine von Jirí Opelík geschriebene Studie Olbrachts reife Schaffensperiode sub specie seiner Übersetzungen aus Thomas Mann und Lion Feuchtwanger (1967) an, in der dieser tschechische Literaturwissenschaftler das Thema eröffnete. Mit Zitovás Tiefenanalyse schließt sich diese germanobohemistische Forschungslücke
The Holocaust in the Central European Literatures and Cultures since 1989 Der Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989 by Reinhard Ibler( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in German and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tanec na dvojitém ledě = Dancing on the double ice : Plastic People, Primitives Group by Jan Ságl( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in Czech and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book bears witness to the early days of the Czech underground, and presents photographs that Jan Ságl took while working with The Primitives Group and The Plastic People of the Universe in the late sixties and the first half of the seventies."--Page 4 of cover
Der Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989 : Materialien des internationalen Workshop, Gießen 21.-23. November 2012 = The Holocaust in the Central European literatures and cultures since 1989 : proceedings of the international workshop, Gießen 21-23 November 2012 by Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989 (International conference( Book )

1 edition published in 2014 in German and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This insightful book assembles a great variety of contributions on the literature and culture of the Holocaust since 1989. Focusing on Poland, the Czech Republic, and Germany, what becomes apparent is that the Nazi genocide continues to be a pivotal issue in literature, theatre, and film. Including overviews of the literary and cultural developments of the last decades, the chapters cover a wide variety of authors of both the older and younger generation such as Ruth Klüger, Roma Ligocka, Leon Weliczker, Andrzej Bart, Marek Bienczyk, and Magdalena Tulli. The growing use of provocative and taboo-breaking forms of expression turns out to be an important instrument in keeping alive the memory of the horrible events in the collective memory.0
Thomas Mann und Ivan Olbracht by Olga Zitová( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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The Holocaust in the Central European Literatures and Cultures since 1989 Der Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989 Der Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989 : Materialien des internationalen Workshop, Gießen 21.-23. November 2012 = The Holocaust in the Central European literatures and cultures since 1989 : proceedings of the international workshop, Gießen 21-23 November 2012
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The Holocaust in the Central European Literatures and Cultures since 1989 Der Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989Tanec na dvojitém ledě = Dancing on the double ice : Plastic People, Primitives GroupDer Holocaust in den mitteleuropäischen Literaturen und Kulturen seit 1989 : Materialien des internationalen Workshop, Gießen 21.-23. November 2012 = The Holocaust in the Central European literatures and cultures since 1989 : proceedings of the international workshop, Gießen 21-23 November 2012
Languages
German (13)

English (6)

Czech (1)