Groensteen, Thierry: "The Monstrator, the Recitant, and the Shadow of the Narrator." In: European Comic Art 3.1 (2010), S. 1–21.
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Keywords: "Spirou", Belgium, France, Franquin. André, Greg, Jidéhem, Mesmaeker. Jean de, Narratology, Régnier. Michel
Collection: European Comic Art
This article provides the base for a narratology that is specific to comics. It takes into account the irrefutable presence of an agent responsible for graphic enunciation, the monstrator, and on the basis of a case study (Franquin, Jidéhem and Greg's album, The Shadow of Z) it deducts that the instance of the recitant is responsible for verbal enunciation. The necessity to distinguish these two instances from that of the fundamental narrator is collaborated by the different positions that can be adapted with respect to storytelling.
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