Komparatistik in der Slowakei
Edited By Sandra Vlasta, Robert Gafrik and Stephan-Immanuel Teichgräber
Ladislav Franek - La poétique dans l’espace interlittéraire
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La poétique dans l’espace interlittéraire
(les possibilités d’analyse et d’enseignement)
Abstract: The study is an appraisal of Slovak literary translation studies. It also seeks to place a renewed emphasis on its current opportunities regarding not only research but also the pedagogic process as such. The author stresses the fact that one needs to move beyond the descriptive level of analysis and incorporate one’s own viewpoint on various aspects of the literary work (e.g. historical, sociological, psychological, poetological, etc.) in one’s research area. From this perspective, the author revisits to the research of the intraliterary development of verse in Slovak literature (Mikuláš Bakoš) and elaborates on his own subjective perception of verse rhythm. The author is also interested in an interdisciplinary approach which complies with the theoretical and empirical study of literature. For a variety of reasons, he considers the conception of poetic rhythm developed by Anton Popovič in the late 1960s to be an important point of departure for this approach to artistic translation.
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