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Monika Fagerholmin Glitterscenen kirjallisuuskritiikeissä: Tutkimus teoksen vastaanotosta Suomessa ja Ruotsissa
Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Baltic Languages, Finnish and German.
2013 (Finnish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [en]

The main purpose of this study is to analyse reader reception in Finland and Sweden of Monika Fagerholm´s novel Glitterscenen (The glitter scene). Fagerholm (b. 1961) is a well-known author both in Finland and Sweden. Glitterscenen, her sixth novel, published in September 2009, was eagerly awaited in both countries as a successor to her earlier prize-winning novel Den amerikanska flickan (The American girl).

A second aim is to compare press reviews in Finland and Sweden. The empirical material for the study comprised 25 press rewievs, of which 12 were published in Finnish, and 13 in Swedish newspapers. Usually, press rewiews consist of tree sections: description, interpretation and evaluation. In this study, analysis followed the structure of the press reviews. The analysis also partly reflects previous researsh on Finnish literature´s reader reception in Sweden.

In general, reviewers in Finland and Sweden have similar approaches to describing, interpreting and evaluating Fagerholm’s novel. Reviewers describe the novel’s background, genre, story line and language. However the originality of Fagerholm´s writing makes it difficult for many reviewers to describe it.

Reviewers refer first of all to Fagerholm’s former novels, but also to Swedish authors, movies and music. Their interpretation is that Glitterscenen portrays a teenage girls’world. According to the reviewers, Fagerholm has positively renewed the traditional narrative literature.The main purpose of this study is to analyse reader reception in Finland and Sweden of Monika Fagerholm´s novel Glitterscenen (The glitter scene). Fagerholm (b. 1961) is a well-known author both in Finland and Sweden. Glitterscenen, her sixth novel, published in September 2009, was eagerly awaited in both countries as a successor to her earlier prize-winning novel Den amerikanska flickan (The American girl).

A second aim is to compare press reviews in Finland and Sweden. The empirical material for the study comprised 25 press rewievs, of which 12 were published in Finnish, and 13 in Swedish newspapers. Usually, press rewiews consist of tree sections: description, interpretation and evaluation. In this study, analysis followed the structure of the press reviews. The analysis also partly reflects previous researsh on Finnish literature´s reader reception in Sweden.

In general, reviewers in Finland and Sweden have similar approaches to describing, interpreting and evaluating Fagerholm’s novel. Reviewers describe the novel’s background, genre, story line and language. However the originality of Fagerholm´s writing makes it difficult for many reviewers to describe it.

Reviewers refer first of all to Fagerholm’s former novels, but also to Swedish authors, movies and music. Their interpretation is that Glitterscenen portrays a teenage girls’world. According to the reviewers, Fagerholm has positively renewed the traditional narrative literature.The main purpose of this study is to analyse reader reception in Finland and Sweden of Monika Fagerholm´s novel Glitterscenen (The glitter scene). Fagerholm (b. 1961) is a well-known author both in Finland and Sweden. Glitterscenen, her sixth novel, published in September 2009, was eagerly awaited in both countries as a successor to her earlier prize-winning novel Den amerikanska flickan (The American girl).

A second aim is to compare press reviews in Finland and Sweden. The empirical material for the study comprised 25 press rewievs, of which 12 were published in Finnish, and 13 in Swedish newspapers. Usually, press rewiews consist of tree sections: description, interpretation and evaluation. In this study, analysis followed the structure of the press reviews. The analysis also partly reflects previous researsh on Finnish literature´s reader reception in Sweden.

In general, reviewers in Finland and Sweden have similar approaches to describing, interpreting and evaluating Fagerholm’s novel. Reviewers describe the novel’s background, genre, story line and language. However the originality of Fagerholm´s writing makes it difficult for many reviewers to describe it.

Reviewers refer first of all to Fagerholm’s former novels, but also to Swedish authors, movies and music. Their interpretation is that Glitterscenen portrays a teenage girls’world. According to the reviewers, Fagerholm has positively renewed the traditional narrative literature.The main purpose of this study is to analyse reader reception in Finland and Sweden of Monika Fagerholm´s novel Glitterscenen (The glitter scene). Fagerholm (b. 1961) is a well-known author both in Finland and Sweden. Glitterscenen, her sixth novel, published in September 2009, was eagerly awaited in both countries as a successor to her earlier prize-winning novel Den amerikanska flickan (The American girl).

A second aim is to compare press reviews in Finland and Sweden. The empirical material for the study comprised 25 press rewievs, of which 12 were published in Finnish, and 13 in Swedish newspapers. Usually, press rewiews consist of tree sections: description, interpretation and evaluation. In this study, analysis followed the structure of the press reviews. The analysis also partly reflects previous researsh on Finnish literature´s reader reception in Sweden.

In general, reviewers in Finland and Sweden have similar approaches to describing, interpreting and evaluating Fagerholm’s novel. Reviewers describe the novel’s background, genre, story line and language. However the originality of Fagerholm´s writing makes it difficult for many reviewers to describe it.

Reviewers refer first of all to Fagerholm’s former novels, but also to Swedish authors, movies and music. Their interpretation is that Glitterscenen portrays a teenage girls’world. According to the reviewers, Fagerholm has positively renewed the traditional narrative literature.The main purpose of this study is to analyse reader reception in Finland and Sweden of Monika Fagerholm´s novel Glitterscenen (The glitter scene). Fagerholm (b. 1961) is a well-known author both in Finland and Sweden. Glitterscenen, her sixth novel, published in September 2009, was eagerly awaited in both countries as a successor to her earlier prize-winning novel Den amerikanska flickan (The American girl).

A second aim is to compare press reviews in Finland and Sweden. The empirical material for the study comprised 25 press rewievs, of which 12 were published in Finnish, and 13 in Swedish newspapers. Usually, press rewiews consist of tree sections: description, interpretation and evaluation. In this study, analysis followed the structure of the press reviews. The analysis also partly reflects previous researsh on Finnish literature´s reader reception in Sweden.

In general, reviewers in Finland and Sweden have similar approaches to describing, interpreting and evaluating Fagerholm’s novel. Reviewers describe the novel’s background, genre, story line and language. However the originality of Fagerholm´s writing makes it difficult for many reviewers to describe it.

Reviewers refer first of all to Fagerholm’s former novels, but also to Swedish authors, movies and music. Their interpretation is that Glitterscenen portrays a teenage girls’world. According to the reviewers, Fagerholm has positively renewed the traditional narrative literature.The main purpose of this study is to analyse reader reception in Finland and Sweden of Monika Fagerholm´s novel Glitterscenen (The glitter scene). Fagerholm (b. 1961) is a well-known author both in Finland and Sweden. Glitterscenen, her sixth novel, published in September 2009, was eagerly awaited in both countries as a successor to her earlier prize-winning novel Den amerikanska flickan (The American girl).

A second aim is to compare press reviews in Finland and Sweden. The empirical material for the study comprised 25 press rewievs, of which 12 were published in Finnish, and 13 in Swedish newspapers. Usually, press rewiews consist of tree sections: description, interpretation and evaluation. In this study, analysis followed the structure of the press reviews. The analysis also partly reflects previous researsh on Finnish literature´s reader reception in Sweden.

In general, reviewers in Finland and Sweden have similar approaches to describing, interpreting and evaluating Fagerholm’s novel. Reviewers describe the novel’s background, genre, story line and language. However the originality of Fagerholm´s writing makes it difficult for many reviewers to describe it.

Reviewers refer first of all to Fagerholm’s former novels, but also to Swedish authors, movies and music. Their interpretation is that Glitterscenen portrays a teenage girls’world. According to the reviewers, Fagerholm has positively renewed the traditional narrative literature.

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URN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-91350OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-91350DiVA: diva2:632461
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