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Pandekager ”Pandekager” er skrevet af Katrine Marie Guldager, og blev udgivet i 2004 i novellesamlingen ”København”. Fortællingen er om Karl og hans forhold til sin familie i forbindelse med hans mange forhold til helt andre kvinder. Novellens fortæller er en 3. persons fortæller. Ved første øjekast kan man nemt narre sig til at tro, at det er en personbunden fortælling, da historiens omdrejningspunkt er Karl da “introen” for eksempel er meget vekslende mellem handlinger Karl foretager sig og ting, som han tænker i den givne situationen. Først i linje 8 på side 61 hører man om Birgittes – Karls kone – undren over, hvorfor Karl mon har sagt sit vellønnede job op uden nogen videre grund, og senere på linje 23 side 63 får man at vide, at Heinz – Karls bror – faktisk ikke er klar over, hvorfor det er ham, der skal køre bilen. Det at fortællingen beretter om andres tanker end Karls, gør at fortælleren bliver til en 3. persons fortæller, også kaldt alvidende fortæller.Når man kigger på det ydre, ser vi en mand, der altid har boet i København og lever et forholdvist normalt liv med kone, børn og arbejde. Han er ejendomsmægler og bor i et rækkehus i Måløv med konen Birgitte og deres børn. Han har en lillebror Heinz, der bor på Frederiksberg i København.Den indre del af fortællingen beskriver Karls situationener og forhold. Han har været sin kone utro adskillige gange med forskellige kvinder. Første gang er med hans sekretær, hvorefter han faktisk fortryder eller skammer sig over, at han overhovedet kan have lyst til en anden kvinde. Det resulterer i, at han siger op og finder nyt job. Men kort tid efter at han er startet på det nye job, er han sammen med en kunde i et af de huse, som han er ude at vise frem. Herefter bliver det kun værre, og han føler det bliver vane. Han betegner sin hang til utroskab som ”normalt” i hans hverdag. Karl er i virkeligheden slet ikke glad…...

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