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Story and Emotion
A Study in Affective Narratology
Per Thomas Andersen
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(side 7-30)
Engelsk sammendrag

Abstract

In this book perspectives from affective narratology are applied to study emotional structures in literary works of Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky, Ibsen, Hamsun, J.P. Jacobsen, Schoenberg and Knausgaard. Based on perspectives from literary studies, philosophy, cognitive psychology, neurobiology and media studies, professor Per Thomas Andersen analyzes characters in the novels, temporal and spatial aspects of the narratives, sources of emotional impulses and different ways in which the streams of affects turn out to be as important as events in the narrative style of the chosen authors.

Keywords: Affective narratology, emotion, literary studies, affective turn
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Affective narratology is applied to study emotional structures in a selection of famous literary works.

Per Thomas Andersen analyzes literary works by Kierkegaard, Dostoyevsky, Ibsen, Hamsun, J.P. Jacobsen, Schoenberg and Knausgaard. Based on perspectives from literary studies, philosophy, cognitive psychology, neurobiology and media studies, professor Andersen analyzes characters in the novels, temporal and spatial aspects of the narratives, sources of emotional impulses, and different ways in which the streams of affects turn out to be as important as events in the narrative style of the chosen authors. 

Per Thomas Andersen is professor of Scandinavian Literature at the University of Oslo. 

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