Masarykova univerzita Filozofická fakulta Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky Bakalářská diplomová práce



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Summary
The aim of this thesis is to trace and analyse the impact of Euripides’ works on the plays of William Shakespeare. First of all, the dissertation will give an overview of the cultural background of England of Shakespeare’s time in relation to the classics, and it will also discuss Shakespeare’s own classical education. In the following three chapters the thesis will discuss and analyse Euripidean features in several Shakespeare’s plays, diving them chronologically. The first of these chapters will discuss on the general influence of Euripides on Shakespeare, and then it will focus on the play of Titus Andronicus, and Euripidean traces found in the drama. The next chapter will analyse three plays from Shakespeare’s middle period, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, and Troilus and Cressida, and Euripidean influences found in them. The final chapter will be devoted to The Winter’s Tale and Euripidean features in the play.

Resumé
Cílem této diplomové práce je vystopovat a analyzovat vliv Eurípidových děl na hry Williama Shakespeara. Nejprve práce nabídne přehled kulturní situace Anglie za dob Shakespeara ve vztahu ke klasickému umění, a zárověň se zaměří na Shakespearovo klasické vzdělání. Následující tři kapitoly proberou a analyzují Eurípidovké prvky v několika ze Shakespearových her, a chronologicky je rozdělí. První z těchto kapitol rozebere obecný vliv Eurípida na Shakespeara a následně se zaměří na hru Titus Andronicus a stopy Eurípidova vlivu, které se ve hře nacházejí. Následující kapitola zanalyzuje tři hry ze Shakespearova středního období: Julius Caesar, Hamlet a Troilus a Kressida, a Eurípidovské vlivy nalezené v těchto dramatech. Závěrečná kapitola bude věnovaná hře Zimní pohádka a Eurípidovským prvkům v ní se vyskytujícím.

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