Primerjalna analiza miselnih slogov: otroška pripovedovalca v The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Marka Haddona in v Chronicle in Stone Ismaila Kadareja

  • Ardita Ibishi
  • Lindita Tahiri
Ključne besede: naratologija, angleška književnost, albanska književnost, Haddon, Mark, Kadare, Ismail, pripovedna strategija, otroški pripovedovalec, jezikovni vzorci

Povzetek

Razprava primerja stilistične označevalce miselnega sloga otroških pripovedovalcev v romanih The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (2003) britanskega pisatelja Marka Haddona ter Chronicle in Stone (1971) albanskega pisatelja Ismaila Kadareja. V prispevku analiziramo jezik pripovedovalcev, da bi identificirali izpostavljene jezikovne prvine pripovedi, s tem pa tudi raven njihove zanesljivosti in vpliv na bralca. Jezikovne značilnosti otroških pripovedovalcev v navedenih romanih so obravnavane kot značilnosti njunega načina razmišljanja, ki kažejo na določene omejitve zaradi starosti in ustvarjajo učinek nezanesljivosti. Analiza slogovnih značilnosti pokaže, da se izpostavljeni jezikovni vzorci pri pripovedovalcih razlikujejo, tako na ravni leksikalnih izbir kot usklajenosti skladenjskih vzorcev, sopostavitve dobesednih in figurativnih pomenov ter z vključevanjem drugih prvin, ki razkrivajo njune posebnosti in družbeno ozadje, na podlagi katerih se razlikujeta. S tem ko pripovedna strategija nezanesljivosti odraža pristno otroško naivnost, zbuja empatijo in krepi bralčevo interpretativno moč.

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