Jakub Arbes ( června v Praze na Smíchově – 8. dubna tamtéž) byl český spisovatel a novinář. Sympatizoval s májovci, ale nepatřil k nim, protože. Romaneta: Svatý Xaverius, Ukřižovaná, Newtonův by Jakub Arbes. Romaneta: Svatý Xaverius, Ukřižovaná, Newtonův mozek. [Upravil Jiǐí Karásek ze Lvovic]. Svatý Xaverius Newtonuv mozek / Jakub Arbes. Author. Arbes, Jakub, , (Auteur.) Published. Praha: Ministerstvo informaci a osvěty Orbis,
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Separate different tags with a comma. State Library of NSW. However, he has xaveriius died and instead is able to procure a replacement for his injured brain, which is the brain of Isaac Newton. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
Arbes wrote about the urban working classes and promoted his ideas of utopian socialism. Newton’s brain was published xaveriua years before H. Arbes’s “romanettoes” introduced technical knowledge and scientific reasoning into modern literature.
They are mostly set in Central Europe, and they usually feature a gothic mystery, which is resolved by logical reasoning.
Public Private login e. This page was last edited on 21 Decemberat A public square in central Prague is named in his honour, as well as several other squares and streets in Czech cities. Retrieved 1 May His characters were often creative and rebellious free-thinkers, whose intellectual abilities made them independent, but were eventually destroyed by non-conformism.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Jakub Arbes. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In the end, the narrator’s friend discloses to the audience that this device is human imagination. Author Arbes, Jakub,Auteur. Home This editionCzech, Book edition: Legacy A public square in central Prague is named in his honour, as well as several other squares and streets in Czech cities.
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Books by Jakub Arbes (Author of Svatý Xaverius)
His most well-known works are his “romanettoes”, written in the s and the s, predecessors of the modern detective story. Be the first to add this to a svzt.
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This single location in All: Zola wrote that Arbes “is not a poet, not an artist, but rather a writer, and one of considerable stature, by which I mean an intellectual experimenter, a mind of a certain intellectual partiality and from a specific social background, an author with a socially critical and ameliorative tendency, and an educator rather than a discoverer in spheres of soul and form”.
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Login to add to list. His work incorporates the themes of moral justice, free thinking and rationalism, and also featured autobiographical elements.