In his 'Fikcni svety lyriky' (Fictional Worlds of Lyric Verse, 2003) Miroslav Cervenka used the term 'fictional world' unconventionally and considered lyric verse, whereas in literary studies at the time it was being employed particularly to consider narrative genres. Consequently, the concepts opened right up: the question of the special world of lyric verse has now resulted in a general topic of the subject, and the means of its mediating discourse refers, among other things, to the broader topics of the implicit and the inferred. The ontological distinctness of the two subjects, the lyric subject and the subject of the work, which are jointly implied in the work, has led then, among other things, to a thorough consideration of the function and boundaries of the fictional world, and here Cervenka sees one of the instruments of the overall aesthetic game and contemplation.
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