Uzu, Tonka: "The role of the autobiographical graphic novels in the elaboration of psychic traumas. Art Spiegelman, David B. and Justin Green." In: Journal of Illustration 7.1–2 (2020), S. 109–128.
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Keywords: "Binky Brown", "L’ascension du haut mal", "Maus", Autobiography, Beauchard. Pierre-François, David B., France, Green. Justin, Psychology, Spiegelman. Art, Trauma, USA
Collection: Journal of Illustration
The aim of the present article is to examine the therapeutic potential of autobiographical graphic novels in the context of the theory of art as psychic reparation. The starting point for such analysis is Stefano Ferrari’s research on writing as reparation and Duccio Demetrio’s work on autobiographical creativity. By examining three well-known and influential autobiographical graphic novels by Art Spiegelman, David B. and Justin Green, it aims to highlight some of the mechanisms of autobiographical narrative specific to the long-form comics format and the role they play in the elaboration of psychic traumas.
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