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How To Read Donald Duck

Author : Ariel Dorfman
ISBN : 0745339786
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First published in 1971, How to Read Donald Duck shocked readers by revealing how capitalist ideology operates in our most beloved cartoons. Having survived bonfires, impounding and being dumped into the ocean by the Chilean army, this controversial book is once again back on our shelves.Written and published during the blossoming of Salvador Allende's revolutionary socialism, the book examines how Disney comics not only reflect capitalist ideology, but are active agents working in this ideology's favour. Focusing on the hapless mice and ducks of Disney, curiously parentless, marginalised and always short of cash, Ariel Dorfman and Armand Mattelart expose how these characters established hegemonic ideas about capital, race, gender and the relationship between developed countries and the Third World.A devastating indictment of a media giant, a document of twentieth-century political upheaval, and a reminder of the dark undercurrent of pop culture, How to Read Donald Duck is once again available, together with a new introduction by Ariel Dorfman.

How To Read Donald Duck

ISBN : 1786804778
Genre : ART
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Censored and condemned, this is a highly controversial Marxist critique of how our favourite cartoons are vehicles for capitalist ideology.
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How To Read Donald Duck

Author : Anarchist Alliance of Aotearoa
ISBN : OCLC:152784521
Genre : Comic books, strips, etc
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The Parts That Got Left Out Of The Donald Duck Book Or How Karl Marx Prevailed Over Carl Barks

Author : David Kunzle
ISBN : OCLC:54711786
Genre : How to read Donald Duck
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Kunzle describes his work on the translation and introduction to the English edition of Para leer al Pato Donald, which appeared as How to read Donald Duck, including meetings with authors Ariel Dorfman and Carl Barks.
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Carl Barks And The Disney Comic Book

Author : Tom Andrae
ISBN : 1578068584
Genre : Art
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For over twenty-five years, Disney artist Carl Barks (1901-2000) created some of the most brilliant and funny stories in comic books. Gifted and prolific, he was the author of over five hundred tales in the most popular comic books of all time. Although he was never allowed to sign his name and worked in anonymity, Barks's unique artistic style and storytelling were immediately evident to all his readers. Barks created the town of Duckburg and a cast of characters that included Donald Duck's fabulously wealthy Uncle Scrooge, the lucky loafer Gladstone Gander, the daffy inventor Gyro Gearloose, the roguish crooks the Beagle Boys, and the Italian sorceress Magica de Spell. Carl Barks and the Disney Comic Book: Unmasking the Myth of Modernity is the first critical study of Barks's work in English. From a cultural studies perspective, the author analyzes all phases of Barks's career from his work in animation to his postretirement years writing the Junior Woodchucks stories. Andrae argues that Barks's oeuvre presents a vision strikingly different from the Disney ethos. Barks's central theme is a critique of modernity. His tales offer a mordant satire of Western imperialism and America's obsession with wealth, success, consumerism, and technological mastery, offering one of the few communal, ecological visions in popular culture. Although a talented visual artist, Barks was also one of America's greatest storytellers and, Andrae contends, lifted the comic book form to the level of great literature. Thomas Andrae, an instructor in the cinema department of San Francisco State University, is the senior editor and cofounder of Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture. He produced The Duck Man, a feature-length documentary on Carl Barks, and was an editor of the Carl Barks Library.
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American Media And Mass Culture

Author : Donald Lazere
ISBN : 0520044959
Genre : Culture populaire - √Čtats-Unis
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Category: Culture populaire - √Čtats-Unis

How To Read El Pato Pascual

Author : Jesse Lerner
ISBN : 1911164724
Genre : Appropriation (Art)
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Investigating the reception and reuse of the imagery of one of the world's largest production companies, 'How to Read El Pato Pascual' explores the prevalent presence of Walt Disney in Latin America. Examined through artworks including painting, photography, graphic work, drawing, sculpture and video, as well as vernacular objects and documentary material, the book considers Disney's engagement within Latin America, extending from Donald Duck's first featured role, the 1937 Mexican-themed short 'Don Donald', to the 2013 attempt to copyright the Day of the Dead. The reach and influence of Disney is also examined in a series of commissioned essays drawing on cultural studies, historical research and postcolonial theory. 'How to Read El Pato Pascual' also features a reprint of 'How to Read Donald Duck' (Chile, 1971), an essay by Ariel Dorfman and Armand Mattelart that critiques Disney comics through a Marxist lens as vehicles of American cultural imperialism. The book includes artistic contributions from artists including Liliana Porter, Nadin Ospina, Enrique Chagoya, and Arturo Herrera, as well as written contributions from Jesse Lerner and Ruben Ortiz-Torres, amongst others.
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