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Prince, Michael J. "HOWL: A Novel Graphic. Authenticity and Irony in Eric Drooker’s Adaptations of Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl”." In: Scan. Journal of media arts culture 9.1 (2012), <http://scan.net.au/scn/ ... 1/Michael-J-Prince.html> (3. Mai 2013) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: English
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BibTeX citation key: Prince2012
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Keywords: "Howl", Adaptation, Animation, Drooker. Eric, Ginsberg. Allen, Intermediality, Irony, Literature, USA
Creators: Prince
Collection: Scan. Journal of media arts culture
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Abstract
Michael J. Prince tackles Eric Drooker’s adaptations of Allen Ginsburg’s poem Howl. Informed by Hutcheon’s (1994 & 2006) criticism on irony, parody and adaptation, he interrogates the successive manifestations of the graphic and animated representations of the poem in terms of intended and unintended authenticity and irony in the interrelations of text with images.
  
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