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zstefanovic

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Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Wydział Filologiczny
Aleksandra Wojtaszek
Geografie wyobrażone. Chorwacka i serbska proza fantastyczna
lat dziewięćdziesiątych wobec rzeczywistości
Rozprawa doktorska
przygotowana pod kierunkiem
dr hab. Sylwii Nowak-Bajcar, prof. UJ
Kraków 2020 


Summary
Imagined Geographies. 1990s Croatian and Serbian Fantasy Fiction vs. Reality
In the following PhD thesis I analyse and interpret Serbian and Croatian fantasy literature from the 1990s from the perspective of geopoetics. I examine the links between these works and space and, in consequence, the non-literary reality. I am interested in a particular kind of writing situated outside of mainstream literature and includes genres such as science fiction, fantasy fiction and horror, sometimes referred to as “genre fantasy” [fantastyka gatunkowa]. In the 1990s, there were significant modifications of Serbian and Croatian fantasy paradigm, manifested primarily in the emergence of previously absent themes related to locality and space. An important modification of this trend in the indicated period is also genre hybridization of literary works, which implies the need to analyse them from the perspective of genology. The contemplation of imagined literary geographies and transformations of genological templates in selected works invite questions regarding this writings’ relationship with the key issues of modernity and defining its subversive or conciliatory character in  relation to the then dominant ideologies, and therefore a reflection on the meanings of this genres of fantasy.
 
The first chapter of the work is devoted to theoretical and genological issues. A discussion of the most important 20th century theories concerning fantasy writing allowed me to define the scope of my research and to distinguish between mainstream fantasy and genre  fantasy, based on the distinctions proposed by Anglo-Saxon researchers and Serbian and Croatian literary scholars. I also discuss the most important findings regarding the highly conventionalized genres of fantasy. The theory chapter is also devoted to the issue of space – both as a methodology used in the humanities to describe the phenomena of modernity and as an important category in the study of distinct genres of fantasy.


The following chapter is devoted to the history of fantasy in Serbia and Croatia. I discuss in detail the existing Croatian and Serbian research on fantasy in these two countries, as well as in Poland. I also reconstruct the history of genre fantasy in Serbia and Croatia – from the emergence of this kind of writing at the turn of 20th century up until 1989. The next two historical and literary chapters are devoted to the most interesting – in my view – period, the 1990s, and the thematic and genological modifications that occurred at that time within these literary genres.



The following analytical and interpretative part is divided into an introduction and three subsections organized around the themes of globalism, national identity, and locality. The presentation of ways in which space is conceptualized and a description of spatial imagery found in the works of Serbian and Croatian writers are combined with a reflection on questions regarding genology. I interpret the presentation of space in the context of research perspectives such as imagology, postcolonialism, decentralization, connections between memory and place, new regionalisms, reinterpretation of the spatial imaginary or constructing national identity in the works of Goran Konvični, Neven Jovanović, Milena Benini, Aleksander Žiljak, Dalibor Perkovic, Marina Jadrejčić, Goran Skrobonja, Ilija Bakić, Vladimir Lazovic, Zoran Jakšic, Boban Kneževic, and Dragan Filipovic. In the final chapter, I compare the selected texts based on the ideas, beliefs, or stereotypes revealed in them, which are often an expression of their authors’ worldviews or ideology. Thus, I examine the attitude of the 1990s Serbian and Croatian genre fantasy to non-literary reality.

 
Свест је екран. Време је тачка. Рат је наслеђен. [„Веригаши“]

Labudan

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Boban Knežević, aktywny jako pisarz i wydawca, uruchomił w 1985 roku w Belgradzie
wydawnictwo Znak Sagite, w którym publikowane są pozycje związane z fantastyką
gatunkową. W ramach realizowanych przez nie inicjatyw od 1993 roku zaczęło ukazywać się
czasopismo o tej samej nazwie, w którym pojawiały się teksty teoretyczne, zarówno w
tłumaczeniu, jak i stworzone przez serbskich autorów oraz recenzje najnowszych dzieł
literatury światowej i serbskiej.

pa ovo je sve na - poljskom!

Boban se spominje 82 puta, scallop 3 puta, Ghoul 7 puta, hm...
šta će mi bogatstvo i svecka slava sva kada mora umreti lepa Nirdala

Boban

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Baš čudno da Poljakinja u Poljskoj radi disertaciju na poljskom...
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Black swan

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Najjači forum na kojem se osjećam kao kod kuće i gdje uvijek mogu reći što mislim bez posljedica, mada ipak ne bih trebao mnogo pričati...

Labudan

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Pa valjda smo svi Englezi, misim ono... Inače, gugl translejt nije loše preveo, mogu da postavim pdf ako neko oće.
šta će mi bogatstvo i svecka slava sva kada mora umreti lepa Nirdala

Boban

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ja ga imam, ali postavi, možda još nekog zanima.
Vrlo je zanimljivo čitati kako je neko sa strane sagledao celu tu ujdurmu oko srpsko-hrvatskih odseva građanskog rata.
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džin tonik

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mene je strah. borim se vec u nekoliko naleta ne procitati to. neven jovanovic, dalibor perkovic, sve o hrvatskom sf-u, dok ste vi odlicno zastupljeni (usput, cestitke). mislim, realno, jadna ova zena, po komponenti oko hrvatskog sf-a taj rad vjerojatno moze potopiti u prvom bunaru; tvrdim na nevidjeno. tek sljedeci zakljucak pruza nijansu nade, iako bas nikako nisam optimista:

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In the final chapter, I compare the selected texts based on the ideas, beliefs, or stereotypes revealed in them, which are often an expression of their authors’ worldviews or ideology.


nisam pametan, pokusat cu odoliti iskusenju.

Mica Milovanovic

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Drago mi je da vidim da se ljudi koji se ozbiljno bave istraživanjem naše naučne fantastike u mnogome koriste mojim skromnim uratkom...
Deluje mi da postojanje te knjige, bez obzira na sve njena ograničenja, ipak pruža bolju mogućnost sagledavanja srpskog SF-a u odnosu na hrvatski...
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Boban

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Ne znam, dama je provela neuporedivo više vremena u Hrvatskoj i Zagrebu nego kod nas; ovde tek nekoliko dana i jedno popodne kod mene u Čudnoj knjižari. Možda je meni tih nekoliko sati bilo dovoljno nego tamo nekima meseci i meseci...
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Labudan

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šta će mi bogatstvo i svecka slava sva kada mora umreti lepa Nirdala

džin tonik

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ma jasno, vi ste ozbiljni ljudi i predstavljate srpsku fantastiku. ja nemam ideju gdje ova izvukose jovanovica i perkovica oko hrvatskog sf-a. pa ti ljudi nemaju ni najmanji dodir sa hrvatskom fantastikom, tek nesto malo oko fandoma i po uhljebljenjima po ideoloskoj, jugoslavenskoj, t.j. antihrvatskoj poziciji, nekolicini amaterskih bezvrijednih piskaranja i "nagrada" koje si tako dodjeljuju u krug. prosto nema veze s mozgom nekakve jovanovice i perkovice uzeti kao primjer hrvatske fantastike, sve pri znanstvenom radu, bizarno.

Boban

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mislim da se ona skoncentrisala na radove koji na određeni način preispituju neke međuodnose ne između Srba i Hrvata, nego tih naroda u istorijskom i postistorijskom periodu. Većina hrvatske fantastike do nekog doba koje je ona obuhvatila je spejs-opera. Ona je pročitala sve što joj je dato i preporučeno, provela je neuporedivo više vremena u Zagrebu nego u Beogradu, imali su prilike da je indoktriniraju; godinama je bila tamo, kod nas tek nekoliko dana. Nismo valjda mi uspeli za tih nekoliko sati da nadomestimo godine življenja u Zagrebu.
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Mica Milovanovic

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S druge strane, srpska teorijska scena je znatno razvijenija od hrvatske u poslednjih 20-tak godina. Ajdacic i Jovic su znatno iznad svega sto se u Hrvatskoj radi na akademskom planu. Suvin je druga prica, on se ne bavi hrvatskim SF-om. Ima i drugih koji su dali svoj doprinos - Monja Jovic, na primer, a tu su i brojni drugi - mislim da vise uopste ne stoji da je fantasticna knjizevnost u getu...
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