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Acasă Articole RTR The Tradition of Social Criticism in Scandinavian Literature

The Tradition of Social Criticism in Scandinavian Literature

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Abstract: The present article delivers a short insight into the social roots of Scandinavian literature; the contribution discusses the intersections of literary production and political action in the Scandinavian peninsula, taking into account Swedish exceptionalism and the role of Sweden as importer of European culture and as flagbearer of political progressiveness, as well as the different reverberations of the pan-Nordic “Modern Breakthrough” in its preoccupation with “putting things up for debate.” The rich tradition of proletarian literature in Sweden, doubled by the openly Marxist positions of many canonical Scandinavian authors, create the prerequisites for a literary production whose most recent export, the crime fiction genre most commonly known as Scandinavian Noir, is one of the most political contemporary literary phenomena to have gained international renown.

Keywords: the modern breakthrough, Scandinavian literature, Scandinavian Noir.

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