Ailddiffinio cyfeillgarwch yn nofel Michael Roes Geschichte der Freundschaft (2010)


Ailddiffinio cyfeillgarwch yn nofel Michael Roes Geschichte der Freundschaft (2010)
The History of Friendship in Michael Roes' Geschichte der Freundschaft (2010)

Seiriol Dafydd

This article examines the way Michael Roes redefines friendship in his novel Geschichte der Freundschaft (The History of Friendship) by usig texts by other writers and philosophers. After placing Roes’ novel in its historical and cultural context, the article compares Geschichte der Freundschaft with Tahar Ben Jelloun's novel Partir / Leaving Tangier (2006). The final section of the article then interprets Roes’ use of intertexts on the subject of male-male friendships. The focus is on Roes’ appropriation of texts by Friedrich Nietzsche and Michel Foucault, which throws light on his treatment of the novel’s central theme, friendships between men, and homosexual relationships.


Reference:

 
  	Seiriol Dafydd, 'Ailddiffinio cyfeillgarwch yn nofel Michael Roes Geschichte der Freundschaft (2010)', Gwerddon, 15, July 2013, 25-40.
   

Keywords

 
    Friendship, sexuality, intercultural, Nietzsche, Foucault.
    

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