Task Drömmen om Svansjön

Dear KKV. 

When writing a review it is always a help to have a precise idea of who might be the reader. Often we do not know and this creates a situation where the writer has to make one up. A well-known critic in Sweden has officially proclaimed he writes to his mother. With this task we will define the reader for ourselves. We will aim quite precisely our texts to a reader that is visually impaired. With this text you will have to imagine that the reader cannot and will not be able to see the work. 

It is up to you to write however you want but the imagined reader needs very precise information. This person is blind from birth. 

There are no right or wrong here and none of us know how to do this. So let’s try. 

Looking forward to reading and discussing your experiment.