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  • Ecriture d'une histoire politique à  travers le polar militant en Argentine 

    Orssaud, Genevieve (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2010)
  • Fantomate ou comment parle le chien d'un (Petit) Vampire 

    Cheilan, Liliane (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2006)
    Fantomate is the talking dog in Joann Sfar's series "Le Petit Vampire", comprising comics, animated cartoons and children's novels. Talking "funny animals", as Harry Morgan calls them, are a common presence in comics. ...
  • Keeping an Eye on Things: Attention, Tracking and Coherence-Building 

    Bridgeman, Teresa (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2004)
    Much has been written about the way in which narrative sequences operate in BD, not least by Eisner, and McCloud. Such approaches, despite their subtleties, presuppose a model of narrative in which actions or events are ...
  • Le Roman policier: Témoin de l'histoire politique zimbabwéenne 

    Ferreira-Meyers, Karen (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2010)
    The political thriller reveals facts above all. The politicization of the crime novel (Rohrback, 2007) allows authors to go beyond a more sociological description of their societies to denounce “the situation of the dominated ...
  • Persepolis et les révolutions de Marjane Satrapi 

    Carrier, Melanie (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2004)
    This article examines some of the autorepresentational strategies in Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis. The first section deals with the generic aspect of the tale and the institutional and cultural position of its autobiographical ...
  • XXIst Century Graphic Novels 

    Le Duc, Dominique (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2005)
    This paper looks at the characteristics that have marked contemporary "bande dessinée" production, focusing on the growing interest of the media and publishing industry, and the stance of comic creators and independent ...