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Hemingway in španska državljanska vojna : zgodovina in zgodba
Milijić, Petar (Author), Kos, Matevž (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Ajlec, Kornelija (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Diplomsko delo je sestavljeno iz dveh delov. Uvodoma sta predstavljena oba bloka, ki sta se poleti 1936 zapletla v vojno in dolgo trajajoči antagonizmi, ki so pripeljali do tega. Veliko pozornosti je namenjene podrobnostim iz prvih dni reakcionarnega državnega udara generalov. Zastopana sta diametralno različna zgodovinopisna pogleda na interakcijo evropske zgodovine s špansko in ponujen poskus družbeno-politične primerjave povojnega Francovega režima s tistima v Italiji in Nemčiji v tridesetih. Obravnavani so obseg represije in nasilja ter položaj žensk. Drugi del sledi zgodbi Ernesta Hemingwaya v Španiji in obravnava njegov slog pisanja kot izraz nenehnega stika posameznika z zgodovino. Skozi analizo edinstvene uporabe španskega in angleškega jezika v Hemingwayevem romanu, ki je nastal na podlagi izkušnje s špansko državljansko vojno, Komu zvoni, osvetlimo poglobljen pristop ameriškega pisatelja do španske sredine. Vrhunec romana, zgodbo o linču fašistov v Rondi, nato presodimo v odnosu do zgodovine na podlagi Aristotelove definicije zgodovinopisja in poezije.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:literatura in zgodovina, ameriška književnost, ameriški roman, španska državljanska vojna, diplomsko delo
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2016
Publisher:[P. Milijić]
Number of pages:54 f.
UDC:821.111(73).09Hemingway E.:94(460)"1936/1939"
COBISS.SI-ID:61655394 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
The undergraduate thesis is composed of two parts. The introduction offers an insight into the long-lasting conflicts that led to the creation of two clearly defined blocs that clashed in the summer of 1936. Considerable attention is given to the details of the first days of the reactionary military rebellion of the generals. Both views regarding the place of the Spanish Civil War in European affairs at the time are represented. Attempted is a socio-political comparison between the post-war francoist regime and its counterparts in Italy and Germany in the thirties. The scale of repression, violence and the role of women are discussed as well. The second part follows the story of Ernest Hemingway in Spain and interprets his style of writing as a reflection of the interaction between man and history. By analysing the unique use of Spanish and English in For Whom the Bell Tolls, the novel that he produced based on his experience in Spain, a case is made for his competence on things Spanish. The linch of the fascists in Ronda, the highlight of the novel, is then used to develop a case for Aristotle's definition of history and poetry.


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