Henrik Nielsen

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Aarhus Universitet
Nordisk Institut

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Henrik Skov Nielsen is Assistant Research Professor of Scandinavian Languages and Literature at
Aarhus University, Denmark. He is the author of articles and books in Danish on narratology, and has recently published his dissertation on digression and first-person narrative fiction, Tertium datur—on literature or on what is not. His publications in English include articles on psychoanalysis, Leonardo da Vinci, Edgar Allan Poe, and an article on first person narrative fiction, ”The Impersonal Voice in First-Person Narrative Fiction” in Narrative, vol. 12, nr. 2, May 2004. He is the editor of a series of anthologies on literary theory, and is currently working on a narratological research project on the works of Poe and Bret Easton Ellis.




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