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Vloga matere v sodobnem slovenskem romanu
Gregorič, Gea (Author), Zupan Sosič, Alojzija (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Odnos med materami in hčerami je socialno in psihološko zapleten in velikokrat vse prej kot ljubeč, topel in prijazen. V leposlovju so matere že od nekdaj pogost motiv, obremenjen s spolnimi stereotipi, kot so hišni angel, femme fatale in femme fragile. V zgodovini slovenskega leposlovja se je izoblikoval tako imenovan kult matere s cankarjansko, žrtvujočo se materjo. Sodobni slovenski roman, imenovan tudi modificirani tradicionalni roman, prinese skupaj z značilnostmi tradicionalnega romana še (post)modernistične značilnosti, kot so na primer žanrski in zvrstni sinkretizem, razrahljana pravopisna pravila, pronicljivi dialekti, anarhizmi in druge socialne zvrsti jezika, ki bogatijo male intimne zgodbe z novo vrsto emocionalnosti. Glavnih likov več ne moremo imenovati junaki, saj so pasivni, zavrti ter zdolgočaseni. Dogajalni prostor je tako v sodobnem slovenskem romanu nemalokrat omejen v ozek intimen prostor družine, ki je pogosto problematizirana in s tem namiguje ne širšo kritiko družbe. Tako kot vsi odnosi v družbi je tudi odnos mati – hči velikokrat obremenjen s patološko materjo. Na podlagi literarnih analiz petih sodobnih slovenskih romanov in enega tujega, lahko matere razporedim v štiri kategorije, in sicer žrtvujoča se mati, diktatorska mati, neskrbna mati in hladna mati. Prav tako sem ugotovila pojav androginosti, ki zabrisuje meje spolnih stereotipov.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:sodobni slovenski roman, vloga matere, odnos mati – hči
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2019
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Language:English
Title:Role of a mother in a contemporary Slovene novel
Abstract:
The relationship between mothers and daughters is socially and psychologically complicated and often more than loving, warm and friendly. In literature, mothers have always been a frequent motif, burdened with sexual stereotypes such as house angel, femme fatale, and femme fragile. In the history of Slovenian literature, the so-called cult of a mother with a “cankarian”, sacrificing mother was formed. Modern Slovene novel, also called the modified traditional novel, brings together (post) modernist features, such as genre and genre synchronism, loose spelling rules, perceptible dialects, anarchism and other social types of language that enrich small intimate stories with a new kind of emotionality. The main characters no longer have to be called heroes, because they are passive, rotated, and bored. Thus, in the modern Slovenian novel, the field of events is often confined to a narrow, intimate family space, which is often problematized, and hence implies a wider criticism of society. Like all relationships in society, the mother-daughter relationship is often strained by a pathological mother. On the basis of literary analyses of five contemporary Slovene novels and one foreign, I can spread mothers into four categories, namely, the sacrificing mother, the dictator's mother, the careless mother and the cold mother. I also discovered the phenomenon of androgynousness that blurs the boundaries of sex stereotypes.

Keywords:contemporary Slovene novel, role of a mother, mother – daughter relationship

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