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Title:POETIKA ROMANOV DRAGA JANČARJA: TO NOČ SEM JO VIDEL, DREVO BREZ IMENA IN GRADITELJ
Authors:Korbun, Alenka (Author)
Borovnik, Silvija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract: Diplomsko delo obravnava poetiko romanov Draga Jančarja, in sicer To noč sem jo videl, Drevo brez imena in Graditelj, ki so izhajali med letoma 2006 in 2010. Izbrani romani z zgodovinsko, vojno in ljubezensko tematiko temeljijo na podobnih motivih, temah in idejah. Osrednja tema druge svetovne vojne in komunistične revolucije na Slovenskem se zrcali v motivih vojsk (partizani, domobranci, četniki, nacisti, itd.) in v motivih avtoritarne oblasti, ki izvaja nasilje nad posameznikom. Vpogled v krizni čas vojne in revolucije je podan z različnih strani: poražene in zmagovalne. Osrednja tema romanov se prepleta s temo ljubezni in z eksistencialno tematiko (notranje stiske, strahovi, paranoje, dvomi, zaskrbljenost). Po idejni plati romani svarijo pred ideologijami, ki totalitarnim mehanizmom nasilja služijo kot orodje za vladanje in slepilo za množice. Literarni junaki, največkrat individualisti, želijo živeti izven ideologije in nočejo biti ujeti v »kolesu zgodovine«. Jančarjev slog in tehnike pisanja v izbranih romanih nihajo med zmernim modernizmom (To noč sem jo videl, Graditelj) in radikalnejšim, bolj eksperimentalnim modernizmom (Drevo brez imena). Med postmodernističnimi pripovednimi postopki izstopa medbesedilnost oz. citatnost. Jančar se v treh romanih poglablja v temne strani življenja, razkriva neprijetno resnico oz. zamolčano zgodovino. O krivicah in krutostih nekega »ostrega in surovega časa« pripoveduje bodisi objektivno z distance bodisi subjektivno, angažirano in z moralnim poslanstvom.
Keywords:Drago Jančar, roman, To noč sem jo videl, Drevo brez imena, Graditelj, druga svetovna vojna, komunistična revolucija, eksistencializem, modernizem, postmodernizem, literarni angažma.
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[A. Korbun]
Source:Maribor
UDC:821.163.6(043.2)
COBISS_ID:18587912 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:9WZC1YSE
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Language:English
Title:POETICS OF DRAGO JANČAR'S NOVELS: TO NOČ SEM JO VIDEL, DREVO BREZ IMENA AND GRADITELJ
Abstract: The diploma thesis discusses the poetics of Drago Jančar’s novels, i.e. To noč sem jo videl, Drevo brez imena and Graditelj, that were published between the years 2006 and 2010. Selected novels with historical, war and love themes are based on similar motifs, themes and messages. The central themes, i.e. World War 2 and communist revolution in Slovenia, are reflected in the motifs of armies (the partisans, “domobranci” militia, the Chetniks, the Nazis, etc.), and in the motifs of dictatorial authority, which performs violence on an individual. The insight into the critical time of war and revolution is given by different sides: the defeated and the winning one. The central themes of the novels are combined with the theme of love and existential themes (distress, fears, paranoia, doubts and worries). The message of the novels warns against ideologies that are exploited by totalitarian mechanisms as weapons for reigning and also serve as illusions for the masses. The characters, mostly individualists, want to live outside these ideologies and do not want to be trapped in the “wheel of history”. Jančar’s style and narrative techniques of the selected novels oscillate between moderate modernism (To noč sem jo videl, Graditelj) and more radical and experimental modernism (Drevo brez imena). Intertextuality is noticeable amongst postmodern narrative techniques. Jančar researches the dark sides of life in his three novels; he uncovers the unpleasant truth, i.e. concealed history. The writer narrates about the injustices and cruelties of a “severe and brutal time” either objectively from the distance or subjectively with engagement.
Keywords:Drago Jančar, novel, To noč sem jo videl, Drevo brez imena, Graditelj, World War 2, communist revolution, existentialism, modernism, postmodernism, literary engagement.


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