Politika i poetika (pa i ideologija), ili

o zavođenju tekstom kao otporu hegemoniji zadanih silnica kanona

Translated title of the contribution: Politics and poetics (and even ideology) or: on seduction by text as a form of resistance against the Hegemony of the Canon (and its given forces)

Boris Škvorc

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding contribution

Abstract

The paper intends to show that the postmodernity of Ivan Slamnig's only novel, Bolja polovica hrabrosti, is not purely formal in nature and does not come about merely on the level of the fenotype of 'language/form/pattern awareness'. The central notion of the paper is the ideologically saturated subversion of the pattern of narrative('s) continuity and the introduction of the other on the level of the formal narrative paradigme into the body of tradition overwrought with national intensity. The first part of the paper elaborates the tranference of the story throughout the history of the Croatian novel. The second part discusses Slamnig's production of digressive'turns'from the field where tradition is being upheld into the field where it is being subverted. The third part focuses on the deconstruction of the story and the narration.
Original languageCroatian
Title of host publicationIvan Slamnig, ehnti tschatschine Rogge! Zbornik radova 10. kijevskih književnih susreta
EditorsKrešimir Bagic
PublisherOpćina Kijevo / Pučko otvoreno učiliste Invictus / AGM
Pages219-237
Number of pages19
ISBN (Print)9789539778778
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventConference on Croatian Literature in Kijevo : Works of Ivan Slamnig (10th : 2011) - Kijevo
Duration: 23 Jul 201126 Jul 2011

Conference

ConferenceConference on Croatian Literature in Kijevo : Works of Ivan Slamnig (10th : 2011)
CityKijevo
Period23/07/1126/07/11

Keywords

  • authorship
  • naration
  • modernity
  • posmodernity
  • fenotype

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