An article developing the interpretation of the texts of J. H. Krchovsky (in correlation with their possible reception) towards more general thoughts on the mechanisms of reception and possibilities, including an exemplary reference to perspective in considering the verse of Vitezslav Halek, and a conclusory analogy between the rhythmic form of Krchovsky's texts and the Parnassian rhythmic structure of Jaroslav Vrchlicky's verse. The article also seeks to establish a link between the thematic level of Krchovsky's poems and Jan Neruda's verse collection 'Hrbitovni kviti' (1857) and the style of Decadent and underground poetry
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