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The Free Time Dimension of Literary Education in the 21st Century
Zbudilová Helena
The text reflects on the contemporary overly-technological society and suggests one of the possible ways to weaken the domination of technology over being, namely by returning to the printed word and critical thinking. It describes the current state of school literary education. The aim of the paper is to point out the specifics of literary education in free time and the possibilities of its use as its potential is not currently fully exploited. Literary education in free time can intensively focus primarily on the development of reading, functionally complement school literary education, and thus contribute to the comprehensive development of personality. At the same time, it can be understood as one of the ways of lifelong learning.

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