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Pripovedni postopki v sodobnih romanih na temo duševnih motenj : magistrsko delo
Zgaga, Karolina (Author), Zupan Sosič, Alojzija (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kos, Matevž (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Magistrska naloga se ukvarja s pripovednimi postopki, ki so uporabljeni v sodobnih romanih Generalka za pekel (1971) Doris Lessing, Dihati moraš, to je vsa skrivnost (1989) Janice Galloway, Milovanje (1998) Nine Kokelj in Igranje (2012) Stanke Hrastelj. Literarna dela s številnimi pripovednimi postopki podpirajo upodobljene duševne motnje protagonistov. Shizofrenija, depresija, anoreksija nervoza in alkoholizem so prikazani predvsem s personalnim (in večinoma prvoosebnim) nezanesljivim pripovedovalcem. Razdrobljenost njihovih zavesti je ponazorjena s fragmentarno pripovedjo, ki je ponekod lirizirana. Pripoved prekinjajo vloženi odlomki različnih besedilnih vrst, v dveh romanih pa najdemo značilnosti scenarizacije. V romanih prevladuje notranji govor; v Generalki in Igranju sledimo notranjemu monologu, roman Dihati moraš je napisan v obliki toka zavesti, v Milovanju pa se pojavlja doživljeni govor. Dialogi v romanih odsevajo družbeno kritiko, saj ljudje, niti zdravniki, ne dojemajo resničnosti duševnih motenj. V nasprotju z literarnimi osebami je bralec do protagonistov empatičen, ker so njihove izkušnje prikazane iz njihove lastne perspektive.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slovenska književnost, angleška književnost, sodobni roman, pripovedna tehnika, nezanesljivi pripovedovalec, duševne motnje, norost, Doris Lessing, Janice Galloway, Nina Kokelj, Stanka Hrastelj
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
Publisher:[K. Zgaga]
Number of pages:90 f.
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Narrative techniques in contemporary novels on the subject of mental illnesses
Abstract:
The thesis engages in narrative techniques that are used in contemporary novels Briefing for a Descent into Hell (1971) by Doris Lessing, The Trick is to Keep Breathing (1989) by Janice Galloway, Milovanje (1998) by Nina Kokelj and Igranje (2012) by Stanka Hrastelj. The literary works with many narrative techniques support the depiction of the protagonists with mental illnesses in the stories. Schizophrenia, depression, anorexia nervosa and alcoholism are shown predominantly through the personalized (and mostly first person) unreliable narrator. The partition of their consciousness is depicted through a fragmented narrative, which in some parts includes lyrization. The narrative is interrupted by inserted fragments from different text genres, in two novels we can also find characteristics of a screenplay. In the novels the inner speech prevails; in Briefing and Igranje we follow the interior monologue, the novel The Trick is written as a stream of consciousness, while the free indirect speech appears in Milovanje. The dialogues in the novels reflect social criticism as people, even doctors, do not comprehend the reality of mental illnesses. The reader is on the contrary empathetic towards the protagonists, since their experience is shown from their own perspective.

Keywords:Slovene literature, English literature, contemporary novel, narrative technique, unreliable narrator, mental illnesses, madness, Doris Lessing, Janice Galloway, Nina Kokelj, Stanka Hrastelj

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