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Viteštvo v zbirki romanov Pesem ledu in ognja Georgea R. R. Martina
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Abstract
Diplomsko delo se osredotoča na predstavitev in analizo motiva viteštva v zbirki romanov Pesem ledu in ognja ameriškega pisatelja Georgea R. R. Martina. Predstavljeni sta avtorjeva biografija in bibliografija ter literarni in zgodovinski kontekst romanov. Sledi razlaga pojma medievalizem in utemeljitev stališča, da Martinove romane uvrščamo med dela s to oznako. Viteštvo je temeljna značilnost evropske srednjeveške družbe in eden od glavnih elementov, ki sestavlja medievalistična dela, kamor spadata tudi Maloryjeva Smrt Arturja in Scottov Ivanhoe. Martin se je pri prikazu viteštva v svojem literarnem svetu opiral na zgodovinsko tradicijo viteštva z nekaterimi spremembami, ki sem jih opisala v nadaljevanju naloge. Nekaj vitezov in nevitezov iz romanov sem podrobneje analizirala glede na pet vrlin viteštva iz študije Viteštvo v Zahodnjem in glede na Martinovo sintagmo 'pravi vitez'.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:ameriška književnost, fantazijski roman, medievalizem, viteštvo, George R. R. Martin, Pesem ledu in ognja
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
Publication date in RUL:06.09.2020
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Knighthood in George R.R. Martin's series of novels A Song of Ice and Fire.
Abstract:
The thesis focuses on the portrayal and theme of knighthood in the series of novels A Song of Ice and Fire by the American author George R.R. Martin. Beginning with the author's biography and bibliography, then describing the literary and the historical context of the novels and why Martin's novels are examples of medievalism. Knighthood was an important facet of European medieval society and a key element of medievalist works, such as Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur and Scott's Ivanhoe. Martin was influenced by the historical tradition of knighthood, but he added some of his innovations, which I described in the next section. I analysed some knight and non-knight characters from the novels according to five virtues of knighthood from Chivalry in Westeros and according to Martin's syntagma 'true knight'.

Keywords:american literature, fantasy novel, medievalism, knighthood, George R. R. Martin, A Song of Ice and Fire

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