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Hvad handler visen om?
Agnete og Havmanden handler om en ung pige,
Der bliver startet med at man præsentere Agnete som ganger på højlands bro. Agnete møder en havmand, der spørger om hendes hånd. Agnete følger med ham til hans hjem under havet, hvor hun bor der i otte år sammen med havmanden og de 7 sønner de sammen har fået. Men en dag hører Agnete kirkeklokkerne ringe, og hun opdager, at hun længes efter kirken, hendes familie, og i det hele taget det liv hun havde efterladt på landjorden. Hun spørger havmanden om hun må få lov til at gå kirke, og han siger at det må hun godt, så længe hun lover at komme tilbage til sine børn igen (anden version, hun må ikke slå håret ud, bøje sig for præsten eller sidde ved siden af sin mor). Det lover Agnete, men da hun kommer op i kirken, overholder hun intet af det. Hun taler med sin mor, og fortæller om, hvor hun har været i alle de år, og om de fine ting havmanden har foræret hende. I samme øjeblik kommer han gående ind gennem kirkedøren, og beder hende om at komme med tilbage til havet, da hendes børn savner hende. Hun afslår, og havmanden tilbyder hende 12 tønder guld for at følge med. Dette afslår Agnete også, og han må tage tilbage til havet alene. Folkeviser: Ikke skrevet af en forfatter, men er opstået ved, at folk har fortalt historierne videre. Viserne har derfor af og til forskellige versioner. De er typisk opdelt i tre faser - hjem, ude, hjem. Den første fase er der hvor man nogenlunde får et billede af hvordan historien kommer til at foregå (indledning). Den anden fase er der hvor konflikten optrappes (ude). Til slut vender hovedpersonen typisk hjem igen. Hjemme hvor Agnete er på broen, ” ude” hvor hun er under havet med havmanden, Hjemme hvor hun bliver på landjorden.

Trylleviser: En tryllevise er en folkevise, der indeholder overnaturlige elementer. Det er tit ting der er hentet fra eventyr som fx…...

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