Pechar, J., Literature at the intersection of questions. Cherm. 2012.

The publication is a synthesis of the author's life-long research. It combines knowledge from the field of literary theory, history and criticism with the essayistic comprehensibility, comparative focus and knowledge of philosophy. Jiří Pechar is one of the twentieth-century personalities who are today the bearers of continuity with the education of the second half of the 1940s (when he studied), with the 1960s (he translated C. Lévi-Strauss and wrote a monograph on the French novel ") and with action in the next twenty years (translated by Proust's Finding of the Time of Lost, and publishing his samizdat's work).