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Title: Во прангите на интерпретацијата – повеќе од дискурс, помалку од знак (Крсте Чачански и Данило Киш)
Authors: Tasevska Hadji Boshkova, Iskra 
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Červený Kostelec
Source: Prolínání slovanských prostředí, ed. Marcel Černý, Kateřina Kedron, Marek Příhoda. Praha: Červený Kostelec, 2012, 161-168.
Conference: Седма конференција на млади слависти, одржана на 3 и 4 ноември 2011 година на Филозофскиот факултет при Карловиот Универзитет во Прага.
Abstract: To analyze the functional bonds between national literatures in this contemporary postmodern epoch undoubtedly represents a challenge, which can be answered in the context of creational artistic acts, and interpretative models. This comparative text is focused on the result of the conceived postmodern experience in the narratives of contemporary and postmodern writers Krste Chachanski, and Danilo Kish (Macedonian and Serbian), which inaugurated the concept of homeland (as being-close-to) in their national area, explaining it with its literary source. The elements of discursivity (metafiction, metahistoricity) are basically determined by the construction of the artistic world, that is reshaped to great extent into a quasi-scientific, quasi-belletristic fiction. These elements in their narratives point out to the possibility of outgrowing the simple intersubjectivity of the discourse, representing itself as a multidirectional relation. This inquiry sets its unique goal in creating an insight of the relationship between these two authors, taking into account their artistic method, which gravitates towards creation of one exclusive literary identity, and ontological subjectivity.
ISBN: 9788074650246
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Philology: Conference papers

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