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Record #185354:

Oral/past culture and modern technical means in the literature of the twentieth century in Greenland / Karen Langgård.

Title: Oral/past culture and modern technical means in the literature of the twentieth century in Greenland / Karen Langgård.
Author(s): Langgård, Karen.
Date: 2008.
In: Acta Borealia. (2008.), Vol. 25(1) (2008)
Abstract: Examines evolution of Greenlandic literature since 1900 in context of socio-political trends and stages of nation-building through 20th century. Notes overall themes: striving toward more knowledge and competence in European culture; feeling of overwhelming impact from Danish culture (1950s, 1960s and 1970s); and protest movement culminating in Home Rule from 1979. Argues that close reading of literature and contemporary newspapers provides more copmplex and diverse picture of process of appropriation of external cultures.
Notes:

Acta Borealia. Vol. 25(1) :45-57 (2008).

Keywords: 3 -- Social sciences.
32 -- Politics.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
809.475 -- Eskimo-Aleut languages.
82 -- Literature.
82-3 -- Prose. Fiction.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 185354

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