Literary Hermeneutics: Creative Writing

The course covers: an introduction to the fundamentals of creative writing; introducing students to creative writing: techniques of writing critical texts and columns; techniques of writing memoir, autofictional and epistolary texts; techniques of writing compound/hybrid literary forms by combining narrative, fictional and philosophical procedures; writing practices in all stages; practices of editing and finalising a written text; drafting, reviewing and editing of a text; practices of summarising and establishing keywords; socialising and presenting written texts; dialogues and comments, critical perception of others’ texts; self-interpretation; creative writing practices and techniques with a focus of literary/artistic genres – short stories and poems, but, depending on students’ affinities, also play texts and film scripts; setting, socialisation and presentation of the written texts; literarisation of the text; commenting, interpreting and deciphering texts – establishing а dialogue regarding the various aspects of the texts. The course also includes going outside into nature (haiku); writing an (inter)text based on a model text; writing a hypertext; seeing a theatre performance; narrative strategies; viewpoint modifications; the illusion of reality; characterisations, dialogues, the speech of others.