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Od groze do poželenja: sprememba reprezentacije literarnega vampirja
Dvoršak, Ines (Avtor), Stanković, Peter (Mentor) Več o mentorju... Povezava se odpre v novem oknu

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Lik vampirja je v literaturi prisoten že več stoletij, postopoma pa je iz gotskih oziroma grozljivih romanov prešel v ljubezenske romane. Magistrsko delo uvodoma predstavlja ključna teoretska koncepta, ki tvorita teoretsko ogrodje in sta nujna za razumevanje preostalega magistrskega dela. Prvi del magistrskega dela ponuja pregled razvoj lika vampirja v literaturi skozi čas, pri tem pa se osredotoča na spremembo njegove reprezentacije. Nato preide k predstavitvi enega od najsodobnejših vampirskih del, zbirke romanov Somrak, in vpliva, ki ga je imela ta zbirka na sodobno družbo. V empiričnem delu obravnava roman Drakula Brama Stokerja, ki predstavlja enega temeljnih vampirskih del, in štiri romane iz zbirke Somrak Stephenie Meyer, ki predstavljajo enega najbolj popularnih vampirskih del zadnjega časa. Pri tem preko tekstualne oziroma diskurzivne analize ugotavlja, da se je reprezentacija literarnega lika vampirja vsekakor spremenila in sodobni vampir ne predstavlja več predmeta groze, kakor ga je v preteklosti, temveč predmet spolnega poželenja.

Jezik:Slovenski jezik
Ključne besede:vampir, reprezentacija, literatura, Drakula, Somrak
Vrsta gradiva:Magistrsko delo/naloga (mb22)
Organizacija:FDV - Fakulteta za družbene vede
Leto izida:2018
Število ogledov:33
Število prenosov:6
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Sekundarni jezik

Jezik:Angleški jezik
Naslov:From horror to desire: the change in the representation of the literary vampire
Izvleček:
The figure of the vampire has been present in literature for centuries and has gradually moved from Gothic or horror novels to romance novels. The introduction of this master’s thesis focuses on two key theoretical concepts which serve as a theoretical framework and are crucial for the understanding of the rest of the thesis. The first part of the thesis offers an overview of the vampire's evolution in literature through time and focuses on the change of his representation. One of the most modern works of vampire literature, a collection of novels called Twilight, and the influence which this collection had on modern society, are presented in the next part of the thesis. In the empirical part the thesis deals with Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel, which is one of the basic works of vampire literature. It also deals with Stephenie Meyer’s four novels from the Twilight collection, which have been some of the most popular works of vampire literature lately. By means of textual or discursive analysis the thesis reveals that the representation of the literary vampire has definitely changed and that the modern vampire does not represent an object of horror anymore, as it did in the past, but an object of sexual desire.

Ključne besede:vampire, representation, literature, Dracula, Twilight

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