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Ukradene generacije
Jarc, Katarina (Author), Maver, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Pričujoča magistrska naloga se ukvarja z vprašanjem avstralskih ukradenih generacij, oziroma načina, kako so predstavljene v literaturi. Za analizo sta bila izbrana romana avtoric, ki imata zelo različni ozadji; Gail Jones je potomka belih priseljencev, v magistrski nalogi je analiziran njen roman Sorry, medtem ko je Doris Pilkington potomka avstralskih domorodcev in avtorica romana Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence. Romana sta bila izbrana kot reprezentativna, ker predstavljata pomemben doprinos k avstralski literaturi, predvsem zaradi dejstva, da delno temeljita na resničnih dogodkih in sta del avstralskega kurikuluma. Sorry in Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence sta najprej predstavljena v teoretičnem delu in nato analizirana v praktičnem delu, kjer citati prikazujejo razlike in podobnosti. Tematika ukradenih generacij se pojavlja tudi v otroški literaturi, v magistrski nalogi je prisotna analiza slikanice Stories for Simon, ki prikazuje, kako je odrasla tematika ukradenih generacij predstavljena v delih za otroke. Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence prikazuje življenje in zgodbo treh deklic, predstavnic avstralskih domorodcev. Takratna avstralska vlada jih je namreč ločila od svojih družin, kar je deklicam povzročilo veliko čustveno travmo. Nasprotno pa je v romanu Sorry prikazano življenje belih priseljencev, podrobneje deklice Perdite in njene domorodske prijateljice Mary, ki doživita čustveno travmo, saj nista sposobni ubesediti resnice, zaradi česar je roman opisan kot alegorija utišanih ukradenih generacij. Oba romana spadata v kategorijo t. i. travmatskih romanov, zatorej je v zadnjem poglavju naloge analiza lastnosti, zaradi katerih sta romana del omenjene kategorije.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:ukradene generacije, travma, avstralski domorodci
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2019
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The Stolen Generations
Abstract:
This master’s thesis deals with the question of the Australian stolen generations, more precisely it tackles its depiction in literature, namely in the works of an Aboriginal and a white author, Gail Jones (Sorry) and Doris Pilkington (Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence). The two novels were chosen as representatives due to their importance, as they are (partly) based on true historical events and the fact they can be found in the Australian national curriculum. The novels are presented in the theoretical part and later analysed in the practical one, with excerpts showing differences and similarities. The issue of the Stolen Generations is also present in children’s literature and an analysis of the picture book Stories for Simon is comprised in this thesis in order to show how an important adult issue has been discussed in a work for children. Follow the Rabbit Proof Fence presents the life and story of three Aboriginal girls who were stolen from their Aboriginal families by the authorities and suffered a traumatic experience. The novel Sorry, on the contrary, presents the life of the white settlers, especially the child Perdita and her Aboriginal friend Mary who suffer from trauma due to the inability of telling the truth; this is why the novel is seen as an allegory to the silenced Stolen Generations. As both of the novels are characterised as trauma novels, the analysis of these characteristics can be found in the last chapter of this thesis.

Keywords:the Stolen Generations, trauma, Aboriginal indigenous peoples

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