Bartolova predvojna krajša proza in protiženska stališča. (Slovenian)

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      Bartol's Prewar Short Prose and Anti-Women Views. (English)
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      Distinctively antiwomen views are typical of Bartol's prewar short prose (especially in his narratives from the first half of the 1930s). They were already noticed by contemporary criticism, and also by later researchers of Bartol's oeuvre. These types of observations often motivated the judgments that Bartol's writing was gynophobic, misogynistic, and even antifeminist. An overview of Bartol's diary notes shows that in many ways his personal views on women indeed matched the views of his literary characters. The writer drew his antiwomen views from various sources: partly from his personal experience and mainly from the works of authors that were typical in this regard and that he read and often used as a reference (e.g., Machiavelli, Strindberg, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Weininger). Within this context, his friend from his youth and role model Klement Jug was especially important for Bartol. Jug's antiwomen positions are somewhat less known, but they were extremely relevant for Bartol. Both Bartol's antiwomen views and their main sources can be extensively documented. However, these types of views by the author do not necessarily prejudice the expressiveness of his texts. Based on a detailed reading of the novella Ljubezen Sergeja Mihajlovi'a (Sergej Mihajlovi''s Love), this article shows that Bartol's short prose cannot be understood as a thesis propagation of the antiwomen doctrine. True, misogyny is one of the informative components of this text, but it does not appear in isolation; it appears in combination with other components that demonologize, stratify, and relativize the "message." Through the innovative use of specific narrative procedures, Bartol achieved a problematization of the unambiguous reference of his early short prose, which ultimately also relativizes the power of the antiwomen views in it. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Članek najprej locira značilne protiženske izjave v Bartolovi predvojni krajši prozi, nato pa poskuša odgovoriti na tri vprašanja: 1. Ali so bila takšna tudi osebna stališča samega Bartola? 2. Od kod je Bartol prevzel večino protiženskih stališč? 3. Ali je tudi sporočilnost Bartolove krajše proze naravnana ginofobno in mizogino? Osrednja teza članka je, da je jasna sporočilnost v obravnavanih besedilih z raznimi pripovednimi postopki narušena, to pa relativizira tudi moč protiženskih stališč. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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