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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The article analyses the novel of the austrian postmodern writer Christoph Ransmayr Die letzte Welt , in order to illustrate that the text emphasizes the essence of a literary character in general. According to the latest definition of F. Jannidis, a literary character is defined by the possession of the certain inner and outer properties, which allow to distinguish it from the other elements of the fictive world.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The article analyses the novel of the austrian postmodern writer Christoph Ransmayr Die letzte Welt , in order to illustrate that the text emphasizes the essence of a literary character in general. According to the latest definition of F. Jannidis, a literary character is defined by the possession of the certain inner and outer properties, which allow to distinguish it from the other elements of the fictive world.

What Ransmayr presents in his novel, is the direct opposite of this definition. He deconstructs his characters by their physical and psychical deformation, making unclear their origins and separating them from their original constellation frame.

As a result the characters lose their semantics as well as the ability to act independently. Their action appears to be completely generated by some other intentions then their own.

They act as if they were programs, whose further realisation is already predestined on the level that definitely is not a part of the fictive world.

Furthermore Ransmayr changes the motivational structure of mythical plot. Instead of the final motivation, which is typical for any kind of mythical story, all events of the novel are integrated into a compositional feature. Thus the author shows that the characters of his book are barely constructions made of words, who cannot initiate any action by themselves and whose lifes are explicitely determined by the compositional and aesthetic principles.

All this allows us to conclude, that the actual theme of the given novel is the literary fiction itself, its particular structure and immanent conventions.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Google Scholar. Epple, Thomas: Christoph Ransmayr. Ingbert Zum Werk von Christoph Ransmayr , Frankfurt a. Jannidis, Fotis: Figur und Person. Plett, Heinrich F. Ransmayr, Christoph: Die letzte Welt. Mit einem Ovidischen Repertoire , Frankfurt a. Schmitzer, Ulrich. Wilhelmy, Thorsten: Legitimationsstrategien der Mythosrezeption.

Wohlleben, Doren: Schwindel der Wahrheit. Download references. Reprints and Permissions. Tsagareli, L. Z Literaturwiss Linguistik 39, — Download citation. Published : 20 February Issue Date : September Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract The article analyses the novel of the austrian postmodern writer Christoph Ransmayr Die letzte Welt , in order to illustrate that the text emphasizes the essence of a literary character in general.

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