This essay aims to examinate how the dead woman is described in three swedish crime fiction- novels. The purpose of this study is to examine these questions: how is the dead woman described, how does the woman relate to prevailing norms in a sex-normative context, who is the dead woman based on socio-cultural identity and how can the killer ́s identity be understood in relation to the victim? Inspired by Judith Butler ́s performativity theory I assume a gender constructivist perspective, that gender is a social construction. I am also inspired of Maria Nikolajeva ́s gender role schedule, which shows what characteristics women are most often attributed in literature.
Elin Krantz was a Swedish year-old woman who was murdered in the Biskopsgården district of Gothenburg on 26 September
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