Fans of Literature and the Borders of a Text

Show simple item record Bubíková, Šárka cze 2018-02-27T03:32:03Z 2018-02-27T03:32:03Z 2017 eng
dc.identifier.issn 2336-3347 eng
dc.description.abstract The contemporary phenomenon of fan fiction has triggered not only (renewed) discussions on the dividing lines between commercial and non-commercial activities, between subculture and the mainstream, professional and amateur literary productions and the non/importance of copyright in art in general, but has also presented new challenges to our understanding of the stability of a literary text and its boundaries. The paper aims at introducing the phenomenon of fanfiction, analyze some of its aspects, and focus on how the mere existence of fanfiction subverts the notion of a text as a stable artefact raising interesting questions about the character of human creativity. eng
dc.format p. 50-56 eng
dc.language.iso eng eng
dc.relation.ispartof Hradec Králové Journal of Anglophone Studies, volume 4, issue: 2 eng
dc.rights open access eng
dc.subject fan fiction eng
dc.subject subculture eng
dc.subject literary fandom eng
dc.subject popular literature eng
dc.subject derivative literature eng
dc.subject participatory readership eng
dc.subject fan fiction cze
dc.subject literární fanoušek cze
dc.subject populární literatura cze
dc.subject derivativní tvorba cze
dc.subject participativní čtenářství cze
dc.title Fans of Literature and the Borders of a Text eng
dc.title.alternative Literární fanoušci a hranice textu cze
dc.type article eng
dc.description.abstract-translated Článek se věnuje fenoménu fan fiction, nastiňuje stručně jeho historii a soustředí se na problematiku hranice mezi profesionální a amatérskou literární tvorbou, participativního čtenářství, fanouškovské subkultury, smyslu autorského práva v literární tvorbě. Zamýšlí se rovněž nad tím, jak samotná existence fanfiction nutí k přehodnocování pojetí textu jakožto stabilního artefaktu. cze
dc.peerreviewed yes eng
dc.publicationstatus postprint eng
dc.identifier.obd 39880542 eng

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