“Greetings from the Fort” – Ontology and Style in the Writings of Viktor Ivančić

“Greetings from the Fort” – Ontology and Style in the Writings of Viktor Ivančić Drawing on the narratological concepts developed by G. Genette and D. Cohn, the paper argues that the writings of Viktor Ivančić are replete with signals of fictionality. Acknowledged as co-ordinates for mapping his work, they serve to reorganize it – by means of inserted marking-points and internal mirroring – as an intricate (inter)textual system in which journalism is turned into literature. The generically ambiguous text “Umjesto pogovora: pozdrav iz vojne utvrde,” which concludes the 2007 collection of journalistic pieces Animal Croatica: eseji o patriotizmu, is offered as case in point and a most expedient starting point for an analysis of Ivančić’s entire oeuvre. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Transcultural Studies: A Series in Interdisciplinary Research Brill

“Greetings from the Fort” – Ontology and Style in the Writings of Viktor Ivančić

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1930-6253
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2375-1606
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10.1163/23751606-01401004
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Abstract

Drawing on the narratological concepts developed by G. Genette and D. Cohn, the paper argues that the writings of Viktor Ivančić are replete with signals of fictionality. Acknowledged as co-ordinates for mapping his work, they serve to reorganize it – by means of inserted marking-points and internal mirroring – as an intricate (inter)textual system in which journalism is turned into literature. The generically ambiguous text “Umjesto pogovora: pozdrav iz vojne utvrde,” which concludes the 2007 collection of journalistic pieces Animal Croatica: eseji o patriotizmu, is offered as case in point and a most expedient starting point for an analysis of Ivančić’s entire oeuvre.

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Transcultural Studies: A Series in Interdisciplinary ResearchBrill

Published: Jul 31, 2018

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