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Autobiography

An Autopsy

Jean-Christophe Menu and Fabrice Neaud

out, produced, and having still no intention to produce, any other kind of comic… From this platform I've noticed a kind of restriction, or what I've sometimes called sedimentation or calcification . As if the infinite potential had closed down, in

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Introduction

Re-viewing the Past and Facing the Future

Laurence Grove, Anne Magnussen, and Ann Miller

in the 1990s with the aim of renewing form and content, the latter being his particular concern. He regrets that the exploration of transgressive subject matter relating to family life, religion or politics has subsequently undergone a ‘calcification

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Book Reviews

Wyatt Moss-Wellington, Dooley Murphy, Robert Sinnerbrink, and Kirsten Moana Thompson

slightly esoteric, and perhaps even of tangential practical relevance. Equally, of course, it may not. For my money, the book's broadest and most exciting contribution is to implicitly urge us to revisit the perennially “dissolved” and re-calcified paradox

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The Rue d'Isly, Algiers, 26 March 1962

The Contested Memorialization of a Massacre

Fiona Barclay

of injustice, which has calcified into a narrative of victimhood. The campaigning work of the AFVA is admirable in its commitment to obtaining justice for the dead. It does nonetheless exhibit a tendency to elide the complexities of history