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Mladinska književnost in različni mediji - primerjalna analiza Cesarjevih novih oblačil (novela, pravljica, radijska igra)
Blažič, Milena (Author)

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Abstract
Namen prispevka je primerjalna analiza (1) srednjeveške novele Don Juana Manuela (1282-1348) iz zbirke Grof Lukanor (1335), posebej sedme zgodbe Kaj seje zgodilo kralju s tremi prevaranti, (2) avtorske pravljice Hansa Christiana Andersena (1805-1875) z naslovom Cesarjeva nova oblačila (1837) ter(3) dramske igre za otroke Milana Jesiha (1950) z istim naslovom (1997). Dva tisoč let star motiv cesarjevih novih oblačil, ki je pogost tudi v mladinski književnosti, sicer najdemo v številnih kulturah in številnih inačicah, oblikah in medijih - je univerzalni motiv, ki si ga je vsaka kultura prilagodila glede na kontekst.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:motivi, mediji
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.08 - Published Scientific Conference Contribution
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2008
Number of pages:Str. 102-108
UDC:82.091
COBISS.SI-ID:7500617 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
The aim of this contribution is a comparative analysis (1) of medieval short stories by Don Juan Manuel (1282-1348) from the collection El Conde Lukanor (1335), especially the story no. 7 The King and Three Fraudsters, (2) Hans Christian Andersen's (1805-1875) fairy tale The Emperor's New Clothes (1837) and (3) the children's play by Milan Jesih (1950) with the same title. The two-thousand year old theme of the emperor's new clothes, which is also common in literature for the young, can be found in numerous cultures, variants, forms and media - it is a universal theme, adapted by each culture in line with its specific context.


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