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Nezanesljivi pripovedovalec v literaturi holokavsta : magistrsko delo
Brglez, Ela (Author), Matajc, Vanesa (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Magistrska naloga se ukvarja z vprašanjem nezanesljivega pripovedovalca v literaturi holokavsta. Pripovedovalec je tisti medij, preko katerega je bralcu omogočen vstop v upovedovani svet in vzpostavljena iluzija neposredne komunikacije z njim. Način, kako je upodobljen in uporabljen, lahko prispeva k identifikaciji s pripovedjo ter njeni normalizaciji. Ko gre za literaturo holokavsta, pa si avtorji pri iskanju načinov pripovedovanja prizadevajo za odkritje novih, bolj avtentičnih načinov pripovedi ter hkrati pisanje, ki normalizacijo in podomačitev preprečuje ter, nasprotno, omogoča vzpostavljanje vedno nove konfrontacije z obravnavano temo. Ena izmed možnosti za ponovno vzbuditev prvotnega šoka in groze je pisanje s stališča nezanesljivega pripovedovalca, ki nam ob prebiranju besedila vzbuja dvom o svojem poročanju, interpretaciji in vrednotenju dogajanja, s tem pa v bralcu pogosto vzbuja nelagodje, zmedenost in ogorčenje ter deluje na emocionalni in kritični ravni. To odkrivam pri analizi treh besedil, Deček v črtasti pižami Johna Boyna, Sojenice Johnatana Littella in Max Sarah Cohen-Scali. Ob tem poudarjam, da prav fikcija in nezanesljivost omogočata vživljanje v drugega in prispevata k večji odprtosti literature - dejstvi, ki nas, ko gre za temo holokavsta, branita pred nemišljenjem, nezavedanjem in nereflektiranjem naše preteklosti in prihodnosti ter prispevata k širjenju naše perspektive in imaginativne empatije.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:naratologija, pričevanjska literatura, holokavst, nezanesljivi pripovedovalec, magistrska dela
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2018
Publisher:[E. Brglez]
Number of pages:99 str.
UDC:82.0-3:341.485(=411.16)
COBISS.SI-ID:67052386 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
This master's thesis attempts to illuminate the problem of an unreliable narrator in holocaust literature. The narrator is the medium that allows the reader to enter the narrated world and to create an illusion of direct communication between the two. The manner in which the narrator is depicted and used can contribute to the reader's identification with the narrative and its normalization. However, when it comes to holocaust literature, authors seek to establish new, more authentic forms of narration, and a form of writing that prevents such normalization and familiarization, and instead enables continuous confrontation with the topic. A way to reinvoke the initial shock and horror is to write from the perspective of an unreliable narrator, whose narrative often raises doubts about his/her reporting, interpretation and judgement of events, affecting the reader on an emotional and critical level. I have developed this understanding through an analysis of three literary texts: The Boy in Stripped Pyjamas by John Boyne, The Kindly Ones by Johnatan Littell and Max by Sarah Cohen-Scali. I have established that fiction and unreliability enable the reader to feel greater empathy with others, and allow for a greater openness of literature - when it comes to the topic of holocaust these facts prevent us from not thinking, not being aware, and not being able to reflect on our past and future, and allow us to broaden our perspective and imaginative empathy.


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