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  • 1.
    Bergvall, Åke
    et al.
    Karlstad University, Faculty of Arts and Education.
    Tyrberg, AndersWennö, Elisabeth
    Berätta för att förstå?: Sju essäer2006Collection (editor) (Refereed)
    Abstract [sv]

    Essäerna vill fördjupa vår insikt om att varken berättande eller läsande är oskyldiga handlingar när vi söker kunskap om oss själva och vår värld.

  • 2. Tyrberg, Anders
    Anrop och ansvar. Berättarkonst och etik hos Lars Ahlin, Göran Tunström, Birgitta Trotzig och Torgny Lindgren2002Book (Refereed)
    Abstract [sv]

    Etymologically, the concept of communication is related to "munus" with the double meaning of gift and obligation. In the introductory chapter it is shown how all communicative acts, literary as well as non-literary, have ethical dimensions. If any practical urgency is to be attributed to literary communication, the reader has to relate to the authorÕs ÕcallÕ with attentive responsibility, not only with responsive attention. Theological and philosophical analyses of the relational human subject correspond with the thesis that literary communication should be regarded as an ethically binding contract and that the literary text is a communal ground created by the author as well as the reader.



    In all communication there is an inevitable tension between the re-use of conventional genres and the authorial aim at unique address. A corresponding tension can be found in LutherÕs and KierkegaardÕs theologies, where the averted and secluded self in the imitatio Christi is opposed to the attentive body exposed to vocatio, i.e. the unique call of the neighbour, here and now. On this point, where universal applicability intersects with unique address, imitatio with vocatio, a narrative ethics, i.e. an ethics of the authoring, narrating and reading of a text, can be discerned.



    The writings of Lars Ahlin, Göran Tunström, Birgitta Trotzig och Torgny Lind-gren are read in the context of the biblical stories of the summoned self. The biblical exchange of the words, Where are you?Ñ Here I am!, is not only a key phrase in the novels but also calls attention to the interdependence of the fictional characters and mirrors the re-lationship of call and responsiblity bet-ween the authorial voice and the reader.



    In all the novels dealt with in the study, the communication between the author and the reader is facilitated by well-known biblical intertexts that function as mirrors of both the thematic structure of the novel and its rhetoric. AhlinÕs mirroring text is the parable of the sower in Mark 4, TunströmÕs is the story of death and re-birth in Ezekiel 37, whereas the exorcism of the demons in Mark 5 permeates the imagery and rhetoric of TrotzigÕs language. Lindgren, finally, thematises the tension between imitatio och vocatio by transforming the legend of St. Christopher

  • 3. Tyrberg, Anders
    Att berätta, att läsa, att återupprätta: ideologi och teologi i Per Olov Enquists Lewis resa'2005Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 4. Tyrberg, Anders
    Att berätta ett jag. Narrativitet och identitet i Göran Tunströms författarskap2000In: Berättelse i förvandling. Berättande i ett intermedialt och tvärvetenskapligt perspektiv, red. Åke Bergvall, Yvonne Leffler, Conny Mithander, Karlstad University Studies, Karlstad 2000, s. 31–51, Karlstad, 2000Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 5. Tyrberg, Anders
    Att höra och att se. Kallelse och befrielse hos Lars Ahlin och Göran Tunström1999In: Vår lösen 2000/1-2, s. 99–109Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 6. Tyrberg, Anders
    Berätta, beslöja, uppenbara: Joseph Conrads Heart of Darkness och Sven Delblancs Jerusalems natt',2006In: Åke Bergvall, Anders Tyrberg och Elisabeth Wennö, Berätta för att förstå?, Karlstad University Press, Karlstad, 2006, s 73–97, Karlstad University Press , 2006Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 7. Tyrberg, Anders
    Berätta, återställa, överlämna 'Torgny Lindgrens Dorés bibel'2006In: Tidskrift för litteraturvetenskap nr 2 2006, s. 3–26Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 8. Tyrberg, Anders
    Estetik och etik. Kommunikation och läsarposition2001In: Tidskrift förlitteraturvetenskap, 1/01 s. 19–25Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 9. Tyrberg, Anders
    Kropp som text, text som anrop.Lars Ahlins estetik tolkad i den bibliska liknelsens form1999In: Litteratur och verklighetsförståelse. Idémässiga aspekter av 1900-talets litteratur, red. Anders Pettersson, Torsten Pettersson, Anders Tyrberg, Umeå 1999, s. 168–179, Umeå, 1999Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 10. Tyrberg, Anders
    Peder Sjögrens romaner. En studie i berättarteknikens tematiska funktion1985Report (Refereed)
  • 11. Tyrberg, Anders
    Recension av Jenny Bergenmars doktorsavhandling Förvildade Hjärtan. Livets estetik och berättandet etik i Selma Lagerlöfs Gösta Berlings saga i samband med fakultetsopponentsuppdrag i Göteborg 24/5 20032004In: Samlaren 2003, s. 248–256Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 12. Tyrberg, Anders
    Recension av Magnus Nilssons doktorsavhandling Mångtydigheternas klarhet. Om ironier hos Torgny Lindgren från Skolbagateller till Hummelhonung2005In: Samlaren 2005 s. 382_388Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 13. Tyrberg, Anders
    Sjögren, Gösta Tage Filip (Peder)'2004In: Svensk Biografiskt lexikon 2003, s. 360–365Article in journal (Other academic)
  • 14. Tyrberg, Anders
    Skuldkänslans broderskap. En bok om Peder Sjögrens romaner1996Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    This doctoral thesis deals with Peder SjögrenÕs (19051966) seven novels. By means of modern narratological instruments and with the emphasis laid on the thematic functions of the narrators, a central theme in SjögrenÕs writing is uncovered. In all of SjögrenÕs works the characters are tied together in a sense of guilt that is so strong that the fellowship goes to the point of identification. Sjögren explores this theme by experimenting with different narrative techniques and by using a language with religious connotations.



    The narrators in SjögrenÕs novels are engaged in existential projects; their functions are self-explorative, confessional and accusatory rather than communicative. In the analyses, analogies between Freudian psychoanalysis and the narrative situations in SjögrenÕs novels are pointed out. The self-reflexive mirror is a prevalent metaphor in SjögrenÕs writing, descriptive not only of the general structure of the novels but also of the ambivalent relationship between the characters. The metaphor of the mirror is interpreted both as a symbol of narcissistic escapism and of inevitable interdependence, a complicated relationship between a self-destructive tormentor and a god-like, aggressive and powerful victim. Intertextual links are established with texts by writers who were influential on the literary scene in the 1940s, especially Stig Dagerman and Jean-Paul Sartre. The religious language and the Christian metaphors are interpreted in an existentialist and a phenomenological context.



    In a post-communicative reflection on the theme of the brotherhood of guilt, the thesis shows how SjögrenÕs theme of guilt and identification invites a comparison with Emanuel LévinasÕs moral philosophy. In a final chapter striking similarities between the two writers are pointed out. Both writers find a structural analogy between the sacred encounter with the wounded face of the Other and the authentic encounter with death, and both writers interpret the moral responsibility for the Other as an obligation to be oneÕs brotherÕs keeper to the point of substitution

  • 15. Tyrberg, Anders
    Some Trends in the Contemporary Swedish Novel1975In: Northern Studies, Edinburgh 1975:5, s. 12–25Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 16. Tyrberg, Anders
    et al.
    Pettersson, Anders
    Pettersson, Torsten
    Litteratur som perspektiv på verkligheten1999In: Litteratur och verklighetsförståelse. Idémässiga aspekter av 1900-talets litteratur, red. Anders Pettersson, Torsten Pettersson, Anders Tyrberg, Umeå 1999, s. 7–16Article in journal (Refereed)
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