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Reingold, Matt. The Comics of Asaf Hanuka: Telling particular and universal stories. Boston: Academic Studies Pr. 2023. 
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Resource type: Book
Language: en: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9798887193212
BibTeX citation key: Reingold2023
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Categories: General
Keywords: Ethnicity, Hanuka. Asaf, Israel
Creators: Reingold
Publisher: Academic Studies Pr. (Boston)
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The Comics of Asaf Hanuka: Telling Particular and Universal Stories tells the story of how cartoonist Asaf Hanuka illustrates both universal and particular narratives. Through close readings of Hanuka’s entire catalogue of comics and graphic narratives, Hanuka’s work is situated within the broader story of his own experiences of being an insider (as a Jew and Israeli) and an outsider (as a Mizrahi, or Judeo-Arab) in Israeli society. By moving chronologically through Hanuka’s works, the book traces how Hanuka navigates these disparate particular identities alongside more universal concerns about how to be a present partner to his spouse and to his children.

Table of Contents


1. Collaborating on Projects and Developing an Artistic Voice
2. Autographics in The Realist
3. Responsible Adulting in The Divine
4. Narrating the Near and Distant Past in Hayehudi Haʿaravi
5. Concluding The Realist and Pursuing New Projects


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