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  • 1.
    Josefsson, Sonja
    Karlstad University, Faculty of Arts and Education, Centrum för språk- och litteraturdidaktik.
    Romeo och Juliet som drama och film2010Independent thesis Basic level (university diploma), 80 credits / 120 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    We read different kind of texts every day. We can for example choose to read a book or to watch a film. While we read we can receive and interpret texts. That’s means, for example, that we can have different envisionments about the drama and the film based on it.

     

    Based on Langer’s reception theory about “envisionments”, I’ve wanted to examine and clarify the differences and similarities of envisionments between two texts. I have mainly examined and focused on Romeo and Juliet as drama and film. My study is comparative and qualitative. The background for my examination is found in “a broader concept of text” as described in School Curriculum – Swedish for upper secondary school, and the research of Olin – Scheller and Johansson.

     

    According to the conclusions in my study we can have varying conceptions of different texts as readers. The result of my study has shown that the interpretation and our envisionments could be different and depends on how the text is narrated. Envisionments in a drama text depend on the images we create without ourselves while reading the text. The drama can also be seen on a theatre and then can our envisionments depend on how it is presented by the theatre actors.  In the film text our envisionments depends on the visualisation, sound and sound effects, colours and perspective of camera etc

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