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Acta literaria

versão On-line ISSN 0717-6848

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GARCIA-REYES, David. JULIO CORTÁZAR'S GRAPHIC NARRATIVES: HYBRIDIZATION AND CRITICAL EXPRESSIONS. Acta lit. [online]. 2020, n.61, pp.15-37. ISSN 0717-6848.  http://dx.doi.org/10.29393/al61-8ngdg10008.

Abstract: Julio Cortázar's work is characterized by its modernity. He was interested in all the types of narrative media, from music to cinema, projecting also his fictional imaginaries in comics. Cortázar's graphic narratives confirm the coherence and the evolution of his work. The study addresses the significance and importance of Fantomas contra los vampiros multinacionales (1975) and La raíz del ombú (1981), comics in which the knowledge of graphic narrative by the Argentine writer is shown. Both narrations have a critical vision of the world, denouncing the abuses and atrocities committed in Latin America.

Palavras-chave : Cortázar; comic; hybridizations; Latin American Imaginaries.

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