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Amiran, Eyal: "George Herriman’s Black Sentence. The Legibility of Race in Krazy Kat." In: Mosaic 33.3 (2000), S. 57–79. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
Peer reviewed
BibTeX citation key: Amiran2000a
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Categories: General
Keywords: "Krazy Kat", Color, Comic strip, Ethnicity, Herriman. George, USA
Creators: Amiran
Collection: Mosaic
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Abstract
George Herriman, who passed for white, examines the place of color, both ink and ethnic marker, in the machinery of narrative. Color is necessary to narrative, hut narrative conceals color, sentencing Herriman to perform his invisibility even as he relies on color to make this point.
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