Lent, John A., ed. Cartooning In Latin America. Hampton Press Communication. Cresskill: Hampton, 2005.
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Language: en: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1572735600
BibTeX citation key: Lent2005d
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Keywords: Collection of essays, Latin America
Publisher: Hampton (Cresskill)
Cartoons and comics have played important roles in the political and social processes of Latin American for more than a century. This book coalesces aspects of comic art of the entire region, capturing historical backgrounds, documenting trends, problems and situations of comic art in contemporary settings; and profiling cartoonists, comics characters, titles, and genres.
Ten countries of Central and South America and Spanish Caribbean are dealt with in separate chapters. Comic art forms/media that are subjects of chapters are animation, caricature, comic books, comic strips, humor magazines, and political cartoons. Approaches include historical and contemporary overviews, cartoonist profiles, and comic/cartoon character analyses.
Table of Contents
John Lent: Latin American Comic Art: An Overview ()
Andrés Accorsi: Argentine Comics: History ()
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