Child-animal Relationships in Comics
par Maaheen Ahmed (ed.)
Snoopy and Charlie Brown, Calvin and Hobbes, Tintin and Snowy… comics are home to many memorable child and animal figures. Many cultural productions, especially children’s literature and cartoons, stress the similarities between children and animals, similarities that have their limits and often place the child, as human, above the animal. Still, these fictional situations offer opportunities for thinking of child-animal relationships in diverse ways through, for instance, considering the possibilities of privileged contact between children and animals or of animals that are more knowledgeable and powerful than children and even adults.
ISBN : 978-2-87562-259-4
Année de publication : 2020
Prix : 16.00€ TVAC
Pages : 296
Disciplines : ACME, Tout le catalogue