Prague : A Cultural and Literary History (Cities of the Imagination)

Prague : A Cultural and Literary History (Cities of the Imagination)

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  • 言語 ENG
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Table of Contents

Foreword                                           vii
Barbara Day
Acknowledgements x
Prague from Above: A Note for First-Time x
Visitors
Czech Pronounciation for the Faint-Hearted xv
Introduction
Political Theater 4 (1)
Architecture and Power 5 (2)
Signs and Statues 7 (3)
How to Read Prague
Old Town Square 10 (1)
Jan Hus: Tragedy and Triumph 11 (6)
A Tradition of Defenestration 17 (4)
Goltz-Kinsky Palace 21 (3)
Charles Bridge 24 (4)
Nepomuk: Ambiguous Icon 28 (4)
Subversive Statues 32 (3)
Hradcany: Nationhood and Diversity 35 (5)
St. Vitus Cathedral: Splendors and 40 (5)
Miseries
Prague Castle 45 (2)
Imprisonment and Liberation 47 (2)
Inside the Labyrinth 49 (3)
Chessboard City 52 (3)
Ghetto, Golem, and Germans
Jewish Prague 55 (1)
Synagogues and Cemetery 56 (3)
Germanization and Anti-Semitism 59 (3)
The Golem 62 (7)
Prague ``Germans'' 69 (3)
Zionism and Migration 72 (1)
Terezin: Holocaust and Music 73 (7)
Trials and Triumphs
Josef K.
Josef Svejk
Vysehrad Castle 80 (2)
Vysehrad Cemetery 82 (2)
Kafka and Hasek 84 (1)
Kafka's Prague 85 (4)
Dear Parents, Dearest Father... 89 (1)
The Castle 90 (2)
Svejk: Stupidity and Survival 92 (3)
K. and Svejk under Communism 95 (6)
Theater, Music, Nation
The Estates Theater 101(2)
The National Theater: Dalibor and the 103(3)
Shrine of Nationhood
``These Hallowed Walls'' 106(2)
The Bartered Bride 108(2)
Theater Capital of Europe 110(6)
Puppets 116(3)
Black Light Theater 119(2)
From Dvorak to Rock 121(2)
Music and Resistance 123(6)
Kings of Swing 129(2)
Plastic People: Prague's Rockers 131(7)
Prague Modern, 1900-1948
Obecni dum: Art Nouveau 138(4)
Architectural Modernism and Cubism 142(4)
Veletrzni Palac 146(2)
Foreign Influences 148(3)
Devetsil: Poetry of the Present 151(4)
Karel Teige: A Truly Modern Man 155(2)
Styrsky and Toyen: Phantom World 157(3)
Socialist Art 160(3)
In Durance: Prague Under Communism,
1948-1989
Wenceslas Square 163(3)
Site of Martyrdom 166(1)
Victorious February 167(3)
``Compulsory Jubilation'' 170(2)
Prose, Poetry, and Censorship 172(5)
Cinematic Revolution 177(5)
Prague Spring and the Intellectuals 182(4)
Soviet Intervention 186(3)
Prague Normalized 189(3)
Samizdat and Opposition 192(2)
Charter 77 194(6)
Martyrs and Puppets
The Loretta: Images of Calvary 200(2)
Automata and Survivors 202(7)
From Velvet To Velcro: 1989 And Since
November 1989: Theater in Action 209(4)
Post-Velvet Prague 213(5)
Changing Faces 218(3)
The Underside 221(3)
City of Tears 224(8)
Further Reading 232(5)
Index 237