"Tillsammans med minnet av natten": En transtextuell studie av Tage Aurells "Sommarspel"
Sammanfattning: This study uses Gérard Genettes theories on transtextuality in an attempt to open up the meaning of Tage Aurell's (1895–1976) "Sommarspel" from the short story collection Nya berättelser (1949). The relations between the short story and earlier texts, such as the biblical myths about David and Goliath, and David and Batsheba; a poem by Dan Andersson; and an excerpt from the operetta Sköna Helena (La belle Hélène) by Offenbach, are analyzed. All of which point out the strong relationship between the text and the Swedish rural community of the early 1900s. A relationship which is so closely tied to Tage Aurell's authorship that it is crucial in order to understand the peculiar mix of countryside realism and experimental modernism which constitutes Aurell's short stories. The study also examines the relationship between "Sommarspel" and other genres (lyric and drama). An examination which concludes in introducing the term hyper-architextuality.
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