Politzer, Heinz: "From Little Nemo to Li’l Abner. Comic Strips as Present-Day American Folklore." In: Commentary (1949), S. 346–354.
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Keywords: Comic strip, Popular culture, USA
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The comic strip—which began its career as a circulation builder for turn-of-the-century newspapers—is now an omnipresent element in our massive American popular culture, and has lately been the subject of much angry controversy. Heinz Politzer here examines the comic strip as a popular art form that in its own way illuminates some of the essential areas of American life and character.
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