LITERÁRNOHISTORICKÉ A INTERPRETAČNÉ VÝCHODISKÁ „POETIKY DISLOKÁCIE“ V JUŽNOSLOVANSKÝCH LITERATÚRACH PO ROKU 1989 A ICH REFLEXIA NA SLOVENSKU
(Literary-historical and Interpretative Background of “Poetics of Dislocation” in South-Slavic Literatures After the Year 1989 and Its Reflexion in Slovakia)
Abstract: The aim of the study will be offer an systematic review of the presence of South-Slavic literatures in Slovakia (Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Serbian and Slovenian) from the prism of “poetics of dislocation”, introducing the issue of literary “migration” and its modification after 1989; and also a book translations from these literatures in our country to the present. Several of the translated South-Slavic writers dealt with historical themes (for example: poets Zoran Ďerić, Bogomil Ďuzel; playwrights Stanislav Stratiev, Dušan Kovačević, Miro Gavran or prose writers Ivan Aralica, Vladimir Bartol, Nedeljko Fabrio, Mirko Kovač, Josip Mlakić and Daša Drndić). Finally, some of them deal more explicitly with questions of the Slavic Christian tradition (for example: Radomir Uljarević) or directly with the issue of the Cyrillo-Methodian mission in history (the novel Chazar Dictionary by Serbian author Milorad Pavić, published in two editions in the Slovak language). The study seeks to become a reliable document about the character, personalities and determined forms of the presence of the literature of South Slavs in Slovakia. The main subject of the paper is also for the first time in a comprehensive form to make available to the Slovak professional public summarising material that will present the examined phenomenon from an interdisciplinary point of view and in parallel from several points of view.
Authors: Taneski, Zvonko
Source: Konštatínove listy, 2020, vol.: 13, issue: 1, pages: 208-223 (PDF file)
Keywords: DISLOCATION, REFLEXION, SOUTH-SLAVIC LITERATURES, SLOVAKIA