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Analysemodel til noveller og romaner:
Giv en kort præsentation, hvor du omtaler titel, forfatter, årstal og genre.
Giv et meget kort handlingsresumé. Handlingsresuméet drejer sig om den konkrete handling i teksten, personerne og de steder de færdes. En kort objektiv genfortælling af hvad der sker i teksten – uden fortolkning..
Komposition: Tekstens opbygning. Inddel i forbindelse med resuméet gerne teksten i afsnit med overskrifter. Er der indledning eller begynder teksten in medias res ? ( betyder ”i tingenes midte”, dvs. hvor læseren uden forvarsel kastes ind i handlingen).
Er teksten kronologisk opbygget (= begivenhederne fortælles i den rækkefølge som de foregår i)? Eller bruger teksten flash-back (tilbageblik)? Virkning?
Er der et klimaks i teksten og hvor ligger det? (Klimaks er tekstens højdepunkt og kulmination, der hvor der sker mest handlingsmæssigt, og det er mest spændende). Bemærk at ikke alle tekster er bygget op omkring et spændingselement. Nogle tekster har fokus på f.eks. personers følelser frem for spænding i den ydre handling.
Følger teksten den traditionelle berettermodel?
Er der åben eller lukket slutning? (Dvs. lader forfatteren noget være op til læseren eller udtaler han / hun selv en konklusion eller morale?)
Fortæller: Bestem tekstens fortæller. Fortælleren er en person, som forfatteren har anbragt i teksten og som læseren oplever begivenhederne igennem. Fortælleren og forfatteren er ikke den samme. Der findes to typer fortællere: Jeg-fortælleren (hvor der optræder et tydeligt jeg i teksten) og tredjepersonsfortælleren (hvor fortælleren er en han eller hun og ofte optræder med et konkret navn).
Synsvinkel: Synsvinklen er det sted, som læseren ser begivenheder og situationer fra. Der hvor kameraet ville have stået, hvis der var tale om film, er synsvinklen. Der findes tre hovedtyper synsvinkel:
Den alvidende fortæller: Kan gå…...

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