TIME AS A COGNITIVE DOMINANT IN FORMATTING THE POINT OF VIEW IN JOSTEIN GAARDER’S FICTION

  • Natia Tolordava Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Humanities, Sokhumi State University, Georgia
Keywords: time, the world, mystery, retrospective, love, credibility, two narrators

Abstract

The article is about the bestseller of the Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder’s novel “The Orange Girl” and tells about intertextual searches in Gaarder's work. Emphasizes the writer's ability: to speak lightly, even a little naively, and in an interesting way about the most difficult, to "understand" the reader in interacting with himself, which is the most important of the many possibilities that literature offers. At the same time, it is no coincidence that the genre of Jostein Gaarder’s “The Orange Girl” is supplemented and defined as the mystery novel.

References

Jostein Gaarder, “The Orange Girl”, Palitra L, Tbilisi 2014.

Jostein Gaarder, Interview http://valhalla.ulver.com/f141/t6989.html 2007.

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Published
2022-06-10
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Natia Tolordava. (2022). TIME AS A COGNITIVE DOMINANT IN FORMATTING THE POINT OF VIEW IN JOSTEIN GAARDER’S FICTION. International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science, (2(34). https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/30062022/7819
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