Kan man lære at skifte gear? En multimodal tilgang til plot i den litterære tekst

Nøgleord: multimodal socialsemiotik; litterær analyse; narrativ; plot; multimodal realisering af plot

Resumé

Med udgangspunkt i den multimodale socialsemiotik præsenterer denne artikel en multimodal tilgang til narrativ med særlig fokus på plot i den litterære tekst. Vi argumenterer for, at plot som en strukturering af tekstens begivenheder er særligt kendetegnende for den litterære tekst, og at det realiseres multimodalt gennem billede, grafik, verbalsprog, layout og typografi. Gennem en eksemplarisk analyse af Dorthe Nors’ roman Spejl, skulder, blink viser vi dels den multimodale socialsemiotiks udsigelseskraft i forhold til en roman, der ikke eksplicit fremhæver sin multimodalitet, dels de analytiske fordele ved at inddrage plot som et helt centralt element. Artiklens primære bidrag til det socialsemiotiske multimodale forskningsfelt består i at inddrage plotbegrebet i den multimodale analyse og derved belyse, hvordan den narrative kategori plot, der ofte opfattes som en rent verbalsproglig konstruktion designet af forfatteren, kan ses som resultatet af valg truffet gennem forskellige semiotiske ressourcer og på forskellige realisationsniveauer. 

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Publiceret
2019-05-27
Citation/Eksport
Holsting, A., Maagaard, C., & Nørgaard, N. (2019). Kan man lære at skifte gear? En multimodal tilgang til plot i den litterære tekst. NyS, Nydanske Sprogstudier, 1(56), 52-76. https://doi.org/10.7146/nys.v1i56.112649