Interpretácia grafickej knihy Shauna Tana The Red Tree (Červený strom)
Interpretation of the graphic stories of Shaun Tan from the book The Red Tree.
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Published by: Lingvokulturologické a prekladateľsko-tlmočnícke centrum excelentnosti pri Filozofickej fakulte Prešovskej university v Prešove (LPTCE)
Keywords: prosaic text;graphic story;motif;symbol;stage adaptation;genre;interpretation
Summary/Abstract: In the paper we consider the selected literary text from the authors's „workshops“ of Shaun Tan (The Red Tree, 2001), which unite the motif of the tree or relationship between tree and his man. This text belongs to the literature of „the interface“, to the context of literature for children and young people, but also to the literature for adults. Selected text is semantically intensified through the artistic component of illustration, which determined the creation of the stage adaptation. Shaun Tan, an Australian writer, illustrator and filmmaker, won an Oscar for animated short film The Lost Thing in 2011, his The Red Tree (2001) became the inspiration of the stage adaptation.
- Issue Year: 7/2016
- Issue No: 25-26
- Page Range: 122-130
- Page Count: 9
- Language: Slovak