Nordic Literature (inbunden)
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Engelska
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747
Utgivningsdatum
2017-10-15
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John Benjamins Publishing Co
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Volume I Spatial Nodes
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1571 g
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0238-0668
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9789027234681
Nordic Literature (inbunden)

Nordic Literature

A comparative history. Volume I: Spatial nodes

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Nordic Literature: A comparative history is a multi-volume comparative analysis of the literature of the Nordic region. Bringing together the literature of Finland, continental Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Sapmi), and the insular region (Iceland, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands), each volume of this three-volume project adopts a new frame through which one can recognize and analyze significant clusters of literary practice. This first volume, Spatial nodes, devotes its attention to the changing literary figurations of space by Nordic writers from medieval to contemporary times. Organized around the depiction of various "scapes" and spatial practices at home and abroad, this approach to Nordic literature stretches existing notions of temporally linear, nationally centered literary history and allows questions of internal regional similarities and differences to emerge more strongly. The productive historical contingency of the "North" as a literary space becomes clear in this close analysis of its literary texts and practices.
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1. List of contributors; 2. List of figures; 3. Preface; 4. General project introduction (by Sondrup, Steven P.); 5. The framework: Spatial nodes (by Ringgaard, Dan); 6. Scapes; 7. Landscapes (by Ringgaard, Dan); 8. Point of contact: The intricacies of Snaefellsjokull (by Eysteinsson, Astradur); 9. A guide to gurre, temporary landscape (by Rosiek, Jan); 10. Utopias as territories of Swedish modernism (by Briens, Sylvain); 11. Jutland and the west coast as liminal spaces in Danish literature (by Behschnitt, Wolfgang); 12. "Far higher mountains": Mountains in Danish and Norwegian romantic poetry (by Monster, Louise); 13. South of the South: Literary capri (by Melberg, Arne); 14. Waterscapes (by Ringgaard, Dan); 15. The tale of a thousand lakes (by Lyytikainen, Pirjo); 16. The Island in Nordic literature (by Waerp, Lisbeth P.); 17. Archipelago (by Johnsson, Henrik); 18. There must be a periphery (by Moberg, Bergur Ronne); 19. The seven seas: Maritime modernity in Nordic literature (by Frank, Soren); 20. Cityscapes (by Ringgaard, Dan); 21. Through the land oflagomin literature: Passing small towns in middle Sweden (by Bondesson, Anna Smedberg); 22. A city awakens: Literary Helsinki at the turn of the twentieth century (by Ameel, Lieven); 23. Walking the city: Female pedestrians (by Selboe, Tone); 24. The limits of the unlimited: Gunnar Bjorling's wordscape (by Olsson, Anders); 25. The history-accumulator: Berlin as a foreign metropolis (by Mohnike, Thomas); 26. Poets in New York (by Mai, Anne-Marie); 27. Lightscapes (by Ringgaard, Dan); 28. Myth and meaning of foreign lightscapes in Nordic literatures 1: The imaginary elsewhere (by Larsen, Svend Erik); 29. Myth and meaning of foreign lightscapes in Nordic literatures 2: The geographic elsewhere (by Larsen, Svend Erik); 30. Qualities of light: Interfacing lightscapes in Eino Leino, Hella Wuolijoki, and Arvid Morne (by Ahlback, Pia Maria); 31. Glocalizing the light of Norwg-West: From inner light to the light of labor (by Andersen, Per Thomas); 32. Millenniumscapes (by Ringgaard, Dan); 33. Toxic places: Chernobyl and a sense of place in Nordic literature (by Oscarson, Christopher); 34. This site is under construction: Mediating the Oresund region around the millennium (by Thomson, C. Claire); 35. Cathartic moments or spatial liberty: Variations of the interplay between fiction, play, and place in computer games (by Walther, Bo Kampmann); 36. Practices; 37. Introduction: Practices of place (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 38. Settling (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 39. "And the two shall become one flesh": Forging familial ties to the new land in Nordic-American immigrant literature (by Allen, Julie K.); 40. Taking land and claiming place in Nordic migrant literature (by Kongslien, Ingeborg); 41. Radical utopianism among Nordic immigrant authors (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 42. Dwelling (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 43. Seasonal secondary dwellings (by Rees, Ellen); 44. "Worker ants on the lush bosom of Earth": Cyclic patterns of life in the Finnish countryside (by Kaunonen, Leena); 45. By Land, by Sea, by Air, by Mind: Traversing externally internally via the trope of the bird in Finnish and Swedish poetry (by Moody, Kjerstin); 46. Exploring (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 47. The literary arctic (by Waerp, Henning Howlid); 48. Dislocation and identity formation in the work of Isak Dinesen (by Brantly, Susan C.); 49. Absorbing places and the triumph of modernity: Hans Christian Andersen (by Sanders, Karin); 50. Northern bound: Exploring and colonizing the Nordic Far North (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 51. Sacralizing (by DuBois, Thomas A.); 52. Nidaross cathedral (by Sondrup, Steven P.); 53. Nation and sacrifice: Abraham and Isaac in modern Scandinavian literature (by Oxfeldt, Elisabeth); 54. Legend and liminality (by Tangherlini, Timothy); 55. Liminality: The uncanny bog (by Sanders, Karin); 56. Worlding (by Storfjell, Troy); 57. Fishing for meaning on the Deatnu River: Sami salmon h