Litterære verdensbilleder (Vol. 8):Menneske og natur hos Solvej Balle, Merete Pryds Helle og Niels Lyngsø
() is about a natural philosophy tendency in three striking contemporary Danish writers of the 1990s, Solvej Balle, Merete Pryds Helle and Niels Lyngsø, who all circle about boundaries and connections between man, culture and nature. Theirs is a literature which questions the strange and inconclusive circumstance that we are tangled up in nature and yet are living in a civilization which seems to distance us from it to an increasing degree. The works are characterized by a transgression of the boundaries between nature and culture with which we usually operate. Jakob Hansen (b. 1967) has Arts graduate qualifications in Nordic Philology.
Keywordsliterature; naturen; dansk; balle, solvej; roman; literary analysis; litterær analyse; naturfilosofi; mennesket; poetry; danish; novel; lyngsø, niels; poesi; nature; man; litteraturvidenskab; helle, merete pryds; philosophy of nature
PublisherMuseum Tusculanum Press
Publication date and place2004
SeriesTeori og æstetik,
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
Classic fiction (pre c 1945)