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Areal intersections of memoirs with the topic of Holocaust

Project information

Annotation of achieved result: The missing or voluntary semantic motivation thus can lead to the wrong interpretation and to the vagueness of a given term. In our works, we prefer the term memoir literature from the environ¬ment of the concentration camps. In the Italian context, the authors distinguish, for instance, the terms “concentration literature” (i.e. literature written during internment in the concentration camp) and “memoir literature” (works written after the liberation). Franca Mariani, Francesco Guerre a Raul Mordenti in the work Literary forms in History consider terms “memoir writing and “recol¬lection writing” or “literature of testimony”. The works of Giorgio Bassani or Natalie Ginsburg are assigned to the first group, the works of Primo Levi to the second. We accent mainly a terminology and genre characteristics of Vlastislav Válek, Ivo Pospíšil, František Štraus and Peter Valček in Slovak and Czech context.




Scientific Grant Agency of the Slovak Republic

Project number:1/0031/14
Duration:2014 - 2016
Project coordinator:doc. PhDr. Šuša Ivan, Ph.D. (Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica)
Foreign project:no
Classification: AAA Most significant project publication
Title: Areal Intersections in Slovak and Italian Memoir Literature
Authors: Ivan Šuša
Classification: ABC
Title: Magazine La DIfesa della razza (The Defence of Race) as an anti-Semitic Propaganda Tool of Italian Fascism. In: Areal Inersections in Slovak and Italian Memoir Literature. Hradec Králové: Univerzita Hradec Králové/Gaudeamus, 2016, s. 76-96.
Authors: Patrizia Prando
Classification: ADE
Title: K špecifikám memoárov z prostredia koncentračných táborov. In: Slavica Litteraria, r. 18, č. 2, 2015, s. 129-140. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, Filozofická fakulta, ISSN 1212-1509.
Authors: Ivan Šuša
Classification: ADE
Title: Medziliterárny kontext fenoménu šoa (v slovenskej a talianskej memoárovej literatúre). In: Conversatoria Litteraria, r.7, č. 1, Poľsko: Siedlce, 2014, s. 119-136. ISSN 1897-1423
Authors: Ivan Šuša
Classification: ADE
Title: Život za ostnatými drôtmi (K slovenskej memoárovej literatúre z obdobia holokaustu). In: Nový život, r. 67, č. 1-2/2015, s. 40-45. Srbsko: Nový Sad, Slovenské vydavateľské centrum, ISSN 0351-3610
Authors: Ivan Šuša