Évf. 58 szám 3–4 (2019): Műelemzések

„Édes melankólia”: A Fanni hagyományai emberképéről



Bódi, K. (2019). „Édes melankólia”: A Fanni hagyományai emberképéről. Studia Litteraria, 58(3–4), 59–72. Elérés forrás https://ojs.lib.unideb.hu/studia/article/view/7459

Kármán József ’s Fanni hagyományai (Fanni’s Heritage) is one of the first Hungarian novels at the end of the 18th century which was edited in the periodical Uránia in three parts, composed by journal notes and letters. The novel was rediscovered at the end of the 20th century: the interpretations were concentrating on the modernity of the heroine, on the diversity of the various meanings. Two decades later two papers pointed out the alterity of the text by its typical 18th century topics like sensibility, nature or God-concept. Inspired by these aspects I was trying to describe how the approach of the humoralism and the descriptions of the nature are present in the self-reflection of the heroine, which is overall a modern reinterpretation of many cultural traditions.