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Coppin, Lisa. "Looking Inside Out: The vision as particular gaze in from hell (alan moore & eddie campbell)." Image [&] Narrative 3. 1 2003. Accessed 27Jul. 2009. <http://www.imageandnarr ... /uncanny/lisacoppin.htm>. 
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Resource type: Web Article
Language: en: English
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BibTeX citation key: Coppin2003
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Keywords: "From Hell", Campbell. Eddie, Crime comics, Freud. Sigmund, Moore. Alan, Psychoanalysis, United Kingdom
Creators: Coppin
Collection: Image [&] Narrative
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Abstract
In the comic or ‘graphic novel’ From Hell by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell, the creation of the uncanny can be attributed to a perfect interaction of certain thematic elements and of visual procedures, including the position of the camera, the repetition of textual and graphic material and the superposition of imagination and reality. Our analysis also links the experience of the uncanny explicitly to the visual relationship the characters maintain with the outside world. More specifically, we focus on the notion of vision, a particular way of looking that brings the protagonist Dr. William Gull in contact with the supernatural.
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