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Erik Knudsen: Varehuset TOTAL (1958)

Synspunkter, sæbe – her sælger vi godt ønskekoncerter for baggård og slot trosartikler og sovetabletter barnevogne, atomraketter gudsfrygt, fiduser, utugtige hæfter førstefødte og underskrifter goodvill, privatliv, sutsko og charme vinbjergsnegle og kunstige arme venner og fjender, sprit og spioner kønshormoner og kraftpræstationer bryster og højreb, fantastiske chancer verdensomspændende konkurrencer flotte gevinster: et år uden skat
King Kong for en dag, Pompadour for en nat
Jomfru Maria i sølvræv, i bad

Udgangen, sir du – udgang til hvad?

-De konkrete substantiver: Gul
- De abstrakte substantiver: Grøn

Analyse af digtet ’’Varehuset TOTAL’’ af Erik Knudsen:

’’Varehuset TOTAL’’ af Erik Knudsen er skrevet i 1958, lige efter 2. Verdenskrig.

Erik Knudsen er socialist og han er stolt af det. Dette digt kan fortolkes som et direkte angreb på kapitalisme. Erik mente at kapitalisme er forvirring og kaos. Det fremkommer os til udtryk i digtet.

Digtet indledes med ’’Synspunkter sæbe – her sælger vi godt’’ her bliver der beskrevet at ens synspunkter er til salg, og ville med andre ord sige at man ingen selvstændighed har. Erik mener klart at synspunkter og holdninger, er noget man danner sig personligt, og ikke køber sig til. Ordet ’’sæbe’’ kan fortolkes og have betydningen af at man skal ’’vaske hænder’’ rene for holdninger der ikke er ens personlige.

’’Gudsfrygt, fiduser, utugtige hæfter, venner og fjender, sprit og spioner’’ med disse ord prøver han at fortælle læseren hvad kapitalisme rent faktisk er – undertrykkende.

Hele digtet er lavet/skrevet som en lang opremsning, uden et eneste punktum. Når an som læsere starter med at læse digtet, kan man blive en smule forvirret, da der kommer en masse indtryk i hovedet på en. Men efter at indtrykkene bundfalder lidt, ville man sagtens kunne se…...

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