Paratekst

Paratekst Paratekst er et begreb fra litteraturteorien og bruges til at præcisere forskellige typer af teksters forhold til hinanden. ‘Para-’ betyder ‘ved siden af’ og paratekster handler om relationen mellem en hovedtekst og de teksttyper som ligger ved siden af denne. Begrebet paratekst blev først introduceret af litteraturforskeren Gerard Genette i værket Palimpsestes. La littérature […]

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Genette 1997

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