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Surrealism, Non-Normative Sexualities, and Racial Identities in Popular Culture: the Case of the Newspaper Comic Strip Krazy Kat

 

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Author: Jiménez-Varea, Jesús
Date: 2013
Published in: Comunicación, 11, 51-66.
Document type: Article
Abstract: En Krazy Kat, George Herriman pintó con trazos humorísticos la infinidad de variaciones sobre una pantomima sexual que desafiaba las fronteras de género, raza e incluso especie, en un patrón recurrente de sadomasoquismo y sentimientos no correspo...
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In Krazy Kat, George Herriman painted with humorous strokes the endless variations of a sexual pantomime that challenged the boundaries of gender, race, and even species, in a recurrent pattern of sadomasochism and unrequited feelings: Krazy, a c...
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Cite: Jiménez-Varea, J. (2013). Surrealism, Non-Normative Sexualities, and Racial Identities in Popular Culture: the Case of the Newspaper Comic Strip Krazy Kat. Comunicación, 11, 51-66.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/14202

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