Litteraturen rykker nordpå: Om Grønland i 10’ernes danske litteratur

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Abstrakt

This article investigates Greenland as a setting in new Danish prose. I make the case that Danish literature about Greenland is a significant trend in the 2010s, and that the books can be divided into three dimensions: past, present and future. Focusing on space and place, I exemplify this division through short analyses of the novels Rød mand/Sort mand (2018) by Kim Leine, Godhavn (2014) by Iben Mondrup and Korsveje i Nord (2015) by Bjarne Ljungdahl, which are set in the past, present and future, respectively.
OriginalsprogDansk
TidsskriftPassage
Udgave nummer85
Sider (fra-til)115-128
ISSN0901-8883
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2021

Emneord

  • dansk grønlandslitteratur
  • Grønland
  • dansk litteratur
  • stedteori
  • postkolonialisme
  • arctic noir
  • Kim Leine
  • Iben Mondrup
  • 2010'erne
  • sted
  • stedsteori
  • Bjarne Ljungdahl

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