« Til Afbenyttelse ved Stemning » : Litterære billeder og recirkulation i H.C. Andersens manuskripter

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Resumé

The article presents the literary heritage of Danish author Hans Christian Andersen (1805-75), namely his manuscripts which are primarily preserved at two institutions: The Royal Library in Copenhagen and The Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense.
A pilot project is presently being developed at The Hans Christian Andersen Centre, University of Southern Denmark, but an assembled and transcribed literary Andersen archive has not yet been realised. The article demonstrates how the organizing and analysing of this material with a genetic approach may lead to the uncovering of interesting characteristics of Andersen’s creative process.
Critique Genetique is not a widespread approach in the current Danish literary and textual research environment, but the article outlines the positions that have nevertheless manifested themselves in this regard. In addition to an overall description of the creative practise of Andersen, the article explores two specific characteristics of this practise: The image as the creative starting point and prerequisite in the authors work, and recycling as a creative strategy in Andersen’s oeuvre.
Bidragets oversatte titel« Til Afbenyttelse ved Stemning » : Litterære billeder og recirkulation i H.C. Andersens manuskripter
SprogFransk
TidsskriftGenesis (Manuscrits-Recherche-Invention)
ISSN2268-1590
StatusAccepteret/In press - 4 jan. 2019

Emneord

  • H.C. Andersen
  • Genetisk kritik
  • Critique Genetique
  • Manuskripter

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