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 Utopia and Dystopias ove two
Utopia
imagined place Ccommunity/ society) where everything is
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especially concerning social, politic

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Utopia and Dystopias ove two Utopia imagined place Ccommunity/ society) where everything is Features: especially concerning social, political and moral aspress peaceful goverment egalitarian distributions equality for citizens, individuality and freedom 1 safe environment. access to education, employment. positively connoted danguage in utopian fiction longi complex healthcare, absence. ef death, no illness UTOPIA types of world's stylistic devices: of goos → aften total point of view. sentence structure vocabulary →> conveys a figurative languge I detailed descriptions. or suttering happy metaphors, similes, neologiams and abolition of money DYSTOPIA that are popular pefect -> richness of detail and variability. first person narrator individuality is and lighthearted in expressed specultative fiction or science fiction stories. (such as colors and shapes) → narrator has atmosphere imagination and freedom of thought Utopia imagined place often criticizes Feature no controlling / totalitarian depressing Individualism present-day gap between rich language in which the conclition of life is extremely modern technology short protagonist often world seems atmosphere, and simple " point of view: and goverment regime conformity among used pour an outsider descriptions straightforward UTOPIA negatively connoted vocabulary → conveys. thire conditioning sentence 1 society by exposing trends. person Su pression, tobal eitizens who realizes structure to keep humanity enslavedl ; meant. and stylistic decices enumerations, repetition, contrast that sounds and just facts a depressing narrater > no DYSTOPIA bad / consideraly something Sored and tendencies surveillance, no democracy. and hopeless emotions arize goes curing transmits werze than as critisism on → monotomy, no imagination towards totalibaian atmosphere in our the hopeless situation without joy/ enthusiasm, just like how contemporary control propaganda current trencis in own society socie by the dystopian ANALYSIS OF FICTIONAL TEXTS Narrative perspectives: Kinds of narrative perspectives: - Third-person omniscient narrator ● tells the story from the outside but only describes feelings and thoughts from the perspective of one particular character in a story Not identical with this character • we...

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sympathise more easily with the character we are told most about - First-person narrator • A character narrates the story from their own perspective. We only know what the character knows, thinks, feels, etc. Often, not always, the main protagonist • we understand and sympathise most easily with this type of narrator 0 • not visible in the story • Tells story from the outside but knows everything about the characters' thoughts and feelings as well as the background of the story • sometimes comments on the characters' behaviour, the events coming later in the story, or even the writing itself ● Mainly neutral style and more distant Third-person limited narrator ● Useful phrases when analysing the narrative perspective: the text/ story is told in the 1st/ 3rd person limited/ omniscient narrator • the narrator describes/presents/ reveals sb's thoughts/ desires/ emotions the narrator remains neutral the reader identifies (strongly/ to a certain degree) with sb • the reader distances themself from sb 0 ● 0 the reader sympathises with/ pities sb/ becomes critical of/ is disgusted with/by shocked by sb the description/ insight has a ... effect on the reader • the point of view - manipulates the reader challenges/ forces the reader to reach their own conclusions - portrays sb in a very (un-) favorable light - allows for a complex understanding of sb - challenges stereotypical notions of sth./ sb. Language features to be analysed: 1. sentences: strikingly long or short? Complete or incomplete? Questions and/or exclamatory sentences (!) 2. Grammar: correct or incorrect? Frequent use of a certain grammatical structure (past tense forms, indirect speech, progressive forms, ...) 3. Tense: past or present tense? 4. Register: formal, informal, colloquial, offensive, vulgar,...? GK EN EF (BL) Narrative perspectives The narrative perspective is the perspective from which characters, events, etc. are presented in a fictional story. It has an important effect on the reader. Third-person omniscient narrator Knows everything about all the characters' thoughts, feelings and the events Tells the story from the outside → Unlimited point of view → The reader often Third-person limited narrator knows more than the characters Only knows the thoughts and feelings of one of the characters in the story Not a character in the story Narrator not identical with character Only seems to present the The narrator is a character story from the outside in the story and refers to him- or herself as "1" → Limited point of view The reader has a limited amount of information First-person narrator → There can be more than one 3rd person limited narrator in fiction Only knows his/her own thoughts, feelings, etc. Character in the story → Limited point of view ➜ the reader only gets to know what this character knows ➜ unreliable 181

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Utopia and Dystopias ove two Utopia imagined place Ccommunity/ society) where everything is Features: especially concerning social, political and moral aspress peaceful goverment egalitarian distributions equality for citizens, individuality and freedom 1 safe environment. access to education, employment. positively connoted danguage in utopian fiction longi complex healthcare, absence. ef death, no illness UTOPIA types of world's stylistic devices: of goos → aften total point of view. sentence structure vocabulary →> conveys a figurative languge I detailed descriptions. or suttering happy metaphors, similes, neologiams and abolition of money DYSTOPIA that are popular pefect -> richness of detail and variability. first person narrator individuality is and lighthearted in expressed specultative fiction or science fiction stories. (such as colors and shapes) → narrator has atmosphere imagination and freedom of thought Utopia imagined place often criticizes Feature no controlling / totalitarian depressing Individualism present-day gap between rich language in which the conclition of life is extremely modern technology short protagonist often world seems atmosphere, and simple " point of view: and goverment regime conformity among used pour an outsider descriptions straightforward UTOPIA negatively connoted vocabulary → conveys. thire conditioning sentence 1 society by exposing trends. person Su pression, tobal eitizens who realizes structure to keep humanity enslavedl ; meant. and stylistic decices enumerations, repetition, contrast that sounds and just facts a depressing narrater > no DYSTOPIA bad / consideraly something Sored and tendencies surveillance, no democracy. and hopeless emotions arize goes curing transmits werze than as critisism on → monotomy, no imagination towards totalibaian atmosphere in our the hopeless situation without joy/ enthusiasm, just like how contemporary control propaganda current trencis in own society socie by the dystopian ANALYSIS OF FICTIONAL TEXTS Narrative perspectives: Kinds of narrative perspectives: - Third-person omniscient narrator ● tells the story from the outside but only describes feelings and thoughts from the perspective of one particular character in a story Not identical with this character • we...

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sympathise more easily with the character we are told most about - First-person narrator • A character narrates the story from their own perspective. We only know what the character knows, thinks, feels, etc. Often, not always, the main protagonist • we understand and sympathise most easily with this type of narrator 0 • not visible in the story • Tells story from the outside but knows everything about the characters' thoughts and feelings as well as the background of the story • sometimes comments on the characters' behaviour, the events coming later in the story, or even the writing itself ● Mainly neutral style and more distant Third-person limited narrator ● Useful phrases when analysing the narrative perspective: the text/ story is told in the 1st/ 3rd person limited/ omniscient narrator • the narrator describes/presents/ reveals sb's thoughts/ desires/ emotions the narrator remains neutral the reader identifies (strongly/ to a certain degree) with sb • the reader distances themself from sb 0 ● 0 the reader sympathises with/ pities sb/ becomes critical of/ is disgusted with/by shocked by sb the description/ insight has a ... effect on the reader • the point of view - manipulates the reader challenges/ forces the reader to reach their own conclusions - portrays sb in a very (un-) favorable light - allows for a complex understanding of sb - challenges stereotypical notions of sth./ sb. Language features to be analysed: 1. sentences: strikingly long or short? Complete or incomplete? Questions and/or exclamatory sentences (!) 2. Grammar: correct or incorrect? Frequent use of a certain grammatical structure (past tense forms, indirect speech, progressive forms, ...) 3. Tense: past or present tense? 4. Register: formal, informal, colloquial, offensive, vulgar,...? GK EN EF (BL) Narrative perspectives The narrative perspective is the perspective from which characters, events, etc. are presented in a fictional story. It has an important effect on the reader. Third-person omniscient narrator Knows everything about all the characters' thoughts, feelings and the events Tells the story from the outside → Unlimited point of view → The reader often Third-person limited narrator knows more than the characters Only knows the thoughts and feelings of one of the characters in the story Not a character in the story Narrator not identical with character Only seems to present the The narrator is a character story from the outside in the story and refers to him- or herself as "1" → Limited point of view The reader has a limited amount of information First-person narrator → There can be more than one 3rd person limited narrator in fiction Only knows his/her own thoughts, feelings, etc. Character in the story → Limited point of view ➜ the reader only gets to know what this character knows ➜ unreliable 181