Eder, Barbara: "Bewegte Erinnerung. Zur ›autofiktionalen‹ Erinnerungskonstruktion in den Comics emigrierter Graphic Novel-Autorinnen." In: Comparativ 24.3 (2014), S. 97–111.
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Keywords: Abirached. Zeina, Autobiography, Bashi. Parsua, France, Iran, Lebanon, Memoria, Satrapi. Marjane
This article is concerned with processes of retroactive memory-construction in graphic novels by Marjane Satrapi, Parsua Bashi and Zeina Abirached. These ›autofictional‹ works of female migrant graphic novel-authors, currently living in exile, expand a one-dimensional image of emigration by actively involving the reader into the process of producing meaning. Dimensions of temorality such as past, present and future are intermingled within a vast Stream of Comicness, shuttleing between words and images. What historical science literally as well as figuratively can gain by an analysis of these pictorial modes of representation, is a deep understanding of highly individualized acts of remembrance of a vicarious past, disfractured by the loss of time and space and constantly shifting between image and imagination.
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