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  • Breaking the Frame: Anarchist Comics and Visual Culture 

    Cohn, Jesse (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2007)
    The emergence of the comics medium as part of modern visual culture has posed several questions for anarchists engaged with the arts: to what extent can comics be regarded as "popular" culture in the substantive sense that ...
  • Labiche et la contestation de l'ordre établi 

    Krakovitch, Odile (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2008)
    Labiche dealings with censorship were not limited to the time of the Second Empire. Due to the State of Siege, and to the fact that all shows were strictly controlled by the military until 1875, the young Third Republic ...
  • Le Nivellement du vaudeville: Remarques sur le para-discours chez Labiche 

    Farnlof, Hans (Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre, 2008)
    Labiche excels in the vaudeville, which is considered to be a "minor genre": consequently he has been allocated no more than a marginal place in the field of literary studies. In order to rehabilitate his work, I choose ...