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1c My Son, the Fanatic

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Brian Holm Sørensen

on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of 1c My Son, the Fanatic

My Son, the Fanatic Step 1 - The Fundamentals Step 2 - Setting and
Characterization Characterize the setting
Make a characterization of the father and the son Step 3 - Composition Comment on the composition of the text
How do we enter the story? Is it in medias res?
Is the story told chronologically or achronologically?
Discuss the plotting of the text (this would be the are in which events are presented - are there, for instance flash-backs? -, the way clues are given to us and the predictability of the text)
Is the text open or closed (open = many different interpretations and the story does not seem finished; closed = limited interpretations and the story seems finished) Step 5 - Point of View What type of narrator is used?
Is the narrator reliable, unrealiable or does this change through the story?
Which narrative modes are used? Step 6 - Atmosphere Describe the atmosphere of the text
How is this atmosphere conveyed?
Through descriptions or though what the characters say?
Find examples of the atmosphere. Step 7 - Language Describe the language of the text Step 8 - Theme and message
/ Interpretation What is the theme of the text?
Find examples in the text to support this
What is the message?
Why do you say this? Step 9 - Contextualisation Make intertextual references
Link this text to other texts that we have read within this theme.
If possible, you can also link it to other texts that we have read together List the basics:
Author
Year of publication
Summary of the text How to unite this into a written analysis Once you have gone through all of these steps, you are ready to create a text.

Introduction: Step 1
Analysis: Decide what part of the text you believe is the most important and interesting to investigate further. Pick between steps 2-7 (you can pick more than one, but make sure that there is a red line in you assignment)
Interpretation: Step 8
Contextualization: Step 9 So, the most important thing is to find a focus and elaborate on this. Do NOT try to go through the entire model for analysis in your assignment. Focus on something and dig into this.
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