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Pogled znanosti in šolstva na Bartolov roman Alamut : magistrsko delo
Batistič, Ajda (Author), Bjelčevič, Aleksander (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Snoj, Vid (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Vladimir Bartol je avtor romana Alamut, ki je izšel leta 1938 in je nastajal dobrih deset let. Z romanom se je ukvarjalo veliko slovenskih kritikov, ki so roman označili za jezikovno in slogovno slabega, so pa v njem videli vsebinsko-filozofske elemente, ki so vredni obravnave in ki romanu dajejo umetniškost. Roman lahko beremo kot zgodovinski, filozofski, enciklopedični, psihološki roman ali kot roman-metaforo, nekateri pa ga označijo tudi za trivialni roman. Znanost se je ukvarjala predvsem z zgodovinskostjo romana, z nacionalno interpretacijo, z nihilizmom. V romanu so prepoznali vpliv Nietzscheja, Freuda, predsokratikov, Einsteina, Platona, Dostojevskega, vpliv perzijske književnosti itd. Ukvarjali so se tudi z likom Klementa Juga, z vprašanjem fantastike v romanu (predvsem je poudarjen element raja), z vprašanjem makiavelizma in etičnosti le-tega, terorizma ... Šolski pogled ponuja obravnavo romana predvsem z gledišča zgodovinskosti in filozofskosti, pri čemer se šolstvo sklicuje na Nietzscheja in na etičnost makiavelizma. Omeni se tudi terorizem in da je roman prispodoba dobe strašnih diktatorjev. Priročniki za književnost na ustni maturi pri razlagi sledijo učbenikom, medtem ko priročniki za pisanje eseja na maturi črpajo tudi iz znanstvenih teorij.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slovenska književnost, literarna kritika, literarne interpretacije, filozofski roman, zgodovinski roman, srednješolski pouk, magistrska dela
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2018
Publisher:[A. Batistič]
Number of pages:104 f.
UDC:821.163.6.09Bartol V.
COBISS.SI-ID:67719010 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
Alamut is the novel written by Vladimir Bartol. It was published in 1938 and it took the author over ten years to finish it. The novel kept literary critics busy and many labeled it as "linguistically and stylistically poor", but they did see some content and philosophy related elements that were worthy of consideration and gave the novel the artistic value. The novel can be seen as a historical, philosophical, encyclopedic, psychological novel or as a novelmetaphor, and some also label it as a trivial novel. Science was primarily concerned with the historical contextualization of the novel, especially with national interpretation and nihilism. The novel recognizes the influence of Nietzsche, Freud, Pre-Socratics, Einstein, Plato, Dostoevsky, the influence of Persian literature, etc. Literary critics were also concerned about the character of Klement Jug, the question of fiction in the novel (in particular the element of paradise), the question of Machiavellianism and its ethics, terrorism ... The educational aspect addresses the novel from the historical and philosophical point of view, especially Nietzsche and the ethics of Machiavellianism. Terrorism is mentioned and also the novel as being seen as an allegory of an age of terrible dictators. Teacher's manuals for oral matura literature exam interpret the book with the help of textbooks, while manuals for matura essay exam also refer to the scientific theories.


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