Sex og vold: Modeller og terrorister i Bret Easton Ellis’ Glamorama

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  • Henrik Skov Nielsen

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https://doi.org/10.7146/kok.v36i105.22043

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Sex, vold, modeller, terrorister, Bret Easton Ellis, Glamorama

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Sex and Violence:

Literary critics have paid very little attention to Bret Easton Ellis’s book Glamorama. In fact no-one I know of has even undertaken the seemingly simple task of finding out what actually happens in the course of the narrative. In this article I will do just that and analyse the book by considering such basic parts of the book as its title, the first and last page and the plot. I will pay special attention to the multilayered violence. Using the distinctions by Slavoj Žižek, to whom I will turn at the end of the article, I will argue that the violence in Glamorama takes place at a subjective, a symbolic and a systemic level at the same time.

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2008-08-22

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Nielsen, H. S. (2008). Sex og vold: Modeller og terrorister i Bret Easton Ellis’ Glamorama. K&Amp;K - Kultur Og Klasse, 36(105), 146–165. https://doi.org/10.7146/kok.v36i105.22043

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