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(side 121-122)
av Britt Andersen, Anders Kristian Strand og Marit Grøtta
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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 123-139)
av Erik Bjerck Hagen
Engelsk sammendrag

The article argues that literary history and historiography ought to be revitalized as central concerns for literary studies. A critical discussion of the arguments raised against literary historiography in the early 1980s serves as the article’s point of departure, while the main section analyzes the concept of Romanticism as it has been used in various historical classifications of Norwegian literature. The link between Romanticism and Realism is seen as a possible clue to a creative renewal of the entire historiographical tradition.

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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 140-160)
av Kjerstin Aukrust og Kristian Lødemel Sandberg
Engelsk sammendrag

In 2016 the author Kjartan Fløgstad criticized the Norwegian reception to the novel The End of Eddy by the French author Édouard Louis, sparking a debate that would culminate in a stand-off between Louis and Fløgstad in the weekly newspaper Morgenbladet. The debate brought both esthetical and political questions pertaining to the depiction of the working class to the surface. In this article, we argue that the politically charged question of choosing either class solidarity or identity politics over the other lay at the core of the debate, and we show that Fløgstad’s criticism in many regards coincided with critical viewpoints raised by French journalists and academics two years earlier. By comparing the critical French voices with Fløgstad’s criticism, and by examining not only the rhetorical and political conflict between the two debaters but also their meeting points, we cast a new light on both the French pendant to the Norwegian debate, and on the political dimensions and larger context of the debate.

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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 161-182)
av Oddgeir Synnes og Hilde Bondevik
Engelsk sammendrag

In this article four literary works that thematise cancer are analysed in light of two recent trends in society: (1) the emergence of the bodily turn and the writing of one’s cancer experience through illness narratives, and (2) the increasing tendency towards an autobiographically influenced literature. The literary works comprise the novel Ei vinterreise (A Winter’s Journey) by Ragnar Hovland (2001), the novel La meg sove til dette bare er en drøm (Let Me Sleep Until This is Just a Dream) by Ellisiv Stifoss-Hanssen (2014), and two poetry collections, Den tredje porten (The Third Gate) by Åse-Marie Nesse (2000) and Muntre dødsdikt og andre dikt (Cheerful Death Poems and Other Poems) by Jan Jakob Tønseth (2015). All four authors have or had cancer at the time of writing, and the four works open up for a reading where the cancer is closely related to the life of the author. The article examines what the different books achieve by writing about cancer experiences in literary genres. A close reading of the books reveals that a literary representation opens up a more nuanced investigation of cancer experiences than what is found in more traditional illness narratives.

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Avhandling: The Last Act of Secular Prayer.
Money and Utopia in Tom Wolfe’s The Bonfire of the Vanities, Richard Powers’s Gain, Dave Eggers’s You Shall Know Our Velocity, and Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom
(side 200-203)
av Henrik Torjusen
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Avhandling: Modernes Mittelalter.
Mediävalismus im Werk Stefan Georges
(side 204-207)
av Jutta Saima Schloon

Norsk Litteraturvitenskapelig tidsskrift

2–2018, årgang 21

www.idunn.no/nlvt

Norsk Litteraturvitenskapelig Tidsskrift (NLvT) er et tidsskrift for allmenn litteraturvitenskap. Utgangspunktet er de senere års sterke vekst i faget allmenn litteraturvitenskap, men NLvT henvender seg også til litteraturforskere som sogner til språkfagene, filosofi eller andre estetiske disipliner. NLvT ønsker å legge forholdene til rette for bedre kommunikasjon og diskusjon litteraturforskere imellom.

Redaktører

Britt Andersen, NTNU (hovedredaktør)

Marit Grøtta, Universitetet i Oslo

Anders Kristian Strand, Universitetet i Bergen

Redaksjonssekretær

Cathrine Bjerknes

Redaksjonsråd

Kjersti Bale, Universitetet i Oslo

Rolf Gaasland, Universitetet i Tromsø

Anna Forssberg Malm, Göteborgs Universitet

Toril Moi, Duke University

Ingrid Nielsen, Universitetet i Bergen

Frederik Tygstrup, Københavns Universitet

Hans H. Hauge, Aarhus Universitet

Dag Heede, Syddansk Universitet

Sats: Laboremus Sandefjord AS

ISSN Online: 1504-288X

DOI: 10.18261/issn.1504-288X

Utgitt med støtte fra Nasjonalt tidsskriftkonsortium for humaniora og samfunnsvitenskap.

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