Dějinné prokletí a země zaslíbená: stereotypní vidění arménského národa v literatuře 16. a 17. století (na příkladě díla arménského cestovatele ze Lvova Šimona Polského)

Datum zveřejnění:

2017-09-25

DOI:

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21104/CL.2017.3.02

Abstract:

The article entitled „Between Eternal Damnation and Promised Land: the Stereotypical Image of the Armenian Nation in the Literature of the 16th and 17 th century (on the example of Armenian traveler from Lvov, Simeon of Poland)“ deals with the notion of autostereotype or self-image and its significance in the Armenian historical and literary discourse. Armenian self-image reflects the experience of long-term existence as a religious minority without own country or kings, surrounded by Others. It incorporates into itself a number of aspects borrowed from the heterostereotype, which is mostly negative and full of hostile feelings against the „middleman minority“ supposed to play a role of „fifth column“. Armenian self-image thus oscillates between pride and humility, mirroring the role of martyrs.

Klíčová slova:

Arménie, stereotyp, smlouva s Bohem, mučedník, Šimon Polský

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