Bragard, Véronique: "Conrad’s Two Visions. Intermedial Transgenericity in Anyango and Mairowitz’s Graphic Adaptation of Heart of Darkness." In: European Comic Art 6.1 (2013), S. 45–65.
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Keywords: "Heart of Darkness", Adaptation, Africa, Anyango. Catherine, Colonialism, Congo, Literature, Mairowitz. David Zane, United Kingdom, USA
Collection: European Comic Art
Anyango and Mairowitz’s graphic adaptation Heart of Darkness, published in 2010, interweaves parts of the original Conradian novella Heart of Darkness with several entries from Conrad’s Congo Diary (1890), a series of stark factual notations he wrote down when visiting Congo in 1890. While this adaptation insists on a spatialization and historicization of the original text, the heterogeneous obscure graphic style as well as the intermediality created by the tension image-text-diary exposes the alterity and ambivalence within Conrad himself. This essay examines how the graphic narrative allows diary and fiction to act in dialogue with image, complicating Conrad’s critique of Belgian colonialism and his implied indictment of British colonial expansion.
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