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AvtorKoron, Alenka
Naslov Holokavst med zgodovino in fikcijo : primer Littellovega romana Sojenice / Alenka Koron
Drugi nasloviHolocaust between history and fiction
Holocaust between history and fiction: the case of Littell's novel The Kindly Ones
The case of Littell's novel The Kindly Ones
Vrsta/vsebinatype of material članek - sestavni del
Jezikslovenski
Leto2015
Fizični opisstr. 173-184, [275]
OpombeTematski sklop Zgodovinskost literarne naracije: primer evropskega zgodovinskega romana
Bibliografija: str. 182-183
Izvleček v slov. in angl. ; Povzetek v angl.: Holocaust between history and fiction: the case of Littell's novel The Kindly Ones
Predmetne oznakeLittell, Jonathan, 1967- - "Sojenice"
Predmetne oznake (nekontrolirane)literatura in zgodovina / francoska književnost / vojni roman / zgodovinski roman / druga svetovna vojna / nacizem / holokavst / historiografska metafikcija / literature and history / French literature / war novel / historical novel / World War II / nacism / holocaust / historiographic metafiction
UDK82.0-311.6
821.133.1.09Littell J.
Druge klasifikacije
6-200 (FRASCATI)
PovzetekVse od izida septembra 2006 so mednarodno uspešne Sojenice (Les Bienveillantes) Jonathana Littella predmet kontroverz: pohvale, da je avtor temeljito preučil historično gradivo in da gre za estetsko dovršen roman, se izmenjujejo z izrazito odklonilnimi mnenji. Po kratkem orisu mednarodne in slovenske recepcije se v prispevku ukvarjam z vprašanjema, ali je Littellov protagonist Max Aue, po avtorjevi volji množični morilec in hkrati literarno kultiviran izobraženec, dozdevni morilec matere in očima in incestuozni brat ter prvoosebni pripovedovalec, ki gradi pripoved na dvojnosti zgodovine in fikcije, sploh primeren medij obujanja spomina na holokavst in ali morda spodnaša konvencije zgodovinskega romana, na katerega se Sojenice sicer opirajo. Ob tem se dotaknem tudi nekaterih širših ozadij vprašanj, ki presegajo območje literarne stroke in vključujejo etične, filozofske, kulturne in zgodovinske vidike.
Since it was published in September 2006, Jonathan Littell's internationally bestselling novel The Kindly Ones (Les Bienveillantes) has been subjected to controversies: affirmative opinions are in sharp contrast with the explicitly unfavourable ones. These are especially troubled by the fact that the writer has chosen the perspective of a Nazi criminal for writing on Holocaust and Nazi Germany, and not of a victim. After a brief outline of international and Slovene reception of the novel I address two questions in my contribution: the question of whether Littell's protagonist Max Aue, a mass murderer and literary cultivated intellectual, supposed murderer of his mother and step-father and an incestuous brother, and at the same time also the first-person narrator, who forms the narration on the duality of history and fiction, can be a convenient medium for reminiscing about Holocaust; the second question is whether he might subvert the conventions of the historical novel which The Kindly Ones are based on. I also discuss some broader backgrounds of the questions which transcend the field of literary studies and include ethical, cultural, and historical aspects.
COBISS.SI-ID59249506
Glej publikacijo TI=Primerjalna književnost ISSN: 0351-1189.- Letn. 38, št. 3 (2015), str. 173-184, [275]