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Te llevo como si fueras un perro - Un estudio sobre la segunda persona gramatical en literatura

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Summary, in English

in Spanish literature. Different theoretical perspectives of a number of literary researchers studies of the narrator in second person are illustrated and based on these researches two Spanish literary works are analyzed. It is concluded that the second person narrator causes rhetorical power; The purpose of this study is to create an understanding about the use of the narrator in the second person; which in turn has two-attitude manner. One of which is an engaging storyteller who has the aim to involve the reader and the other; which has the aim to distance the
relationship between the reader and the referenced "you". The research also shows that other factors; such as direct and indirect details; are of paramount Importance in the understanding of the narrator's attitude to the number of details on the description of place and characters.

Department/s

Publishing year

2012

Language

Spanish

Document type

Student publication for Bachelor's degree

Topic

  • Languages and Literatures

Supervisor

  • Ingela Johansson