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Ory, Pascal. "Mickey go home!: La désaméricanisation de la bande-dessinée (1945–1950)." Vingtième Siècle (1984): 77–88. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: fr: français
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.3406/xxs.1984.1718
BibTeX citation key: Ory1984
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Categories: General
Keywords: Belgium, Children’s and young adults’ comics, France, Interculturalism, Kulturpolitik, USA
Creators: Ory
Collection: Vingtième Siècle
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Abstract
American cultural hegemony, which had reached France even before the Second World War, became more marked after 1945. In the case of the comic strip, a Francophone tradition succeeded in resisting the influence of American funnies. Thanks to protectionist legislation, a “moderate synthesis”, joining moralism and modernity inspired by Catholic movements, managed to impose a style, a “clean line”, which long ensured the reputation of a French-Belgian school (Herge, Jacobs, Franquin, etc.) at the expense of American heroes.
  
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