This project at hand focusses on the short story Sildig Opvågnen (1828) written by St. St. Blicher. Inspired by the National Gallery of Denmark and Mikkel Bogh’s Closer - Intimacies in art (2016) we have examined how a feeling of intimacy is created in the relation between reader and text. Furthermore we have used Friedrich Schlegel’s term ‘romantic’ (also called ‘interesting’) as described in Über das Studium der griechischen Poesie (1797), to explain how diverse characterisations are created in the short story. We have analysed the narrative techniques of Sildig Opvågnen using the theoretical work of Annemette Hejlsted, Wayne C. Booth and Christian Grambye & Harly Sonne, and we have discussed how intimacy is created through the use of an unreliable narrator.
|Uddannelser||Dansk, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||26 maj 2016|
- Det 'interessante'
- St. St. Blicher
- Sildig Opvågnen