Konstrukcija narativnog identiteta u romanima Davida Albaharija i Vladimira Tasića nastalim u Kanadi
AuthorPetrović, Danijela Z.
MentorMilosavljević Milić, Snežana
Committee membersDelić, Jovan
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In this paper we examined different ways of construction of narrative identity in novels of David Albahari and Vladimir Tasic written in Canada, in emigration. The impact of social, historical and cultural context on the choice of narrative procedures were analyzed, as well as the impact of emigration discourse. Based on the presentation of space and the image of Other we examined different possibilities of spacious identification, as well as the identification which are developed out the relationship to Other. On the textual level, the choice of the topic, the current historical moment and the experience of emigration, to a certain extent, influences the selection of certain narrative procedures, such as the presence of homodiagesis, retrospektive and iterative narration, frequent change of narrative perspective.’ On the other hand, the construction of narrative identity is olso realized on the basis of paratextual surroundings, primariliy on the basis of diffrent ways ...in which the opus of those autors was presented to the publik, as well as on the baisis of context. In this peper as the primary context wich structuring the narrative identity it's being analyzed the postmodernism in it’s manifestation and theoretical form.