SYMBOLISM – POSTSIMBOLISM – EXPRESSIONISM IN THE CZECH CONTEXT. TOPOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE CITY
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In this paper we aim to trace how the motif of the city is present and transformed in Czech literature of the end of the nineteenth century through to the beginning of the twentieth century. We shall look into specific Czech prosefiction texts translated into Bulgarian: King Kofetua (1893) by Julius Zayer, The Beautiful Nemesis (1903-1906) by Ladislav Klima, The Fortress of Death (1912) by Jakub Dеmel and The Witcher City (1919) by Richard Weiner.
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