Nomades, oorlogmasjiene, Freud en The Doors : 'n skisoanalise van Alexander Strachan se “Visioen” (1984) met verwysing na Apocalypse Now

Anker, W. P. P. (2008-12)

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In the thought of Deleuze and Guattari, subjectivity is seen as a radical multiplicity which continuously transforms itself. Some literary texts can be read as portrayals of such a multiple and so-called nomadic subjectivity. I set out to read Alexander Strachan’s short story “Visioen” (“Vision”) from his debut collection, 'n Wêreld sonder grense (A World without Borders) (1984), with a few Deleuze-Guattarian concepts in hand, and hopefully this schizoanalysis will show a way to a new reading of all Strachan’s early texts. Francis Ford Coppola’s film Apocalypse Now (1979) will be used as an important intertext throughout the discussion.

Die artikel bied 'n Deleuze-Guattariaanse lesing van Alexander Strachan se kortverhaal “Visioen” uit sy debuutbundel, 'n Wêreld sonder grense (1984), met Francis Ford Coppola se film Apocalypse Now as 'n belangrike interteks wat deurlopend bygehaal word.

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