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A Transtextual Hermeneutic Journey

Horst Rosenthal's Mickey au camp de Gurs (1942)

Yaakova Sacerdoti

’, the author is actually trying to wake up the readers with a slap, hoping the story will return them to a world where morality prevails. The Hypertextual Layer In Mickey , the hypotext is Dante Alighieri's Inferno , with the classic work

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Ronald de Rooy

spectacular movie adaptation Inferno , released in 1911 and directed by Francesco Bertolini and Adolfo Padovan for Milano Films. 9 In its use of the Doré imagery, this monumental and globally successful movie set the tone for many others, up until Vincent

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Terrorism and Culture

9/11, Macbeth and the Gunpowder Plot

Graham Holderness

Terrorism and literature. Does one have anything much to do with the other? Specifically, can literature in any way help us with terrorism? I begin with Dan Brown's novel Inferno , not so much because it is literature, but because it is

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Graham Holderness

the seventh circle of Hell in his Inferno . Enrico thought of the building of the Scrovegni chapel as atonement for the sins of his father and himself. Under the Cross in Giotto's painting there is a picture of Enrico himself, donating the chapel to

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Comics and Transnational Exchanges

Lawrence Grove, Anne Magnussen, and Ann Miller

Dante's Inferno , with inmates led into the hell of the camp as punishment for the sin of being Jewish. Sean McPhail considers Anike Hage's 2013 manga adaptation of Gudrun Pausewang's novel Die Wolke [ Fall-Out ], published in 1987, the year after

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Porscha Fermanis

utopia was the black inferno.” 44 It is also, perhaps, for similar reasons that critics have identified a dystopian tendency in post-2016 “BrexLit” or Brexit literature. This is not, of course, to suggest that utopias are inherently predetermined by a

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Barry Windeatt

?’, and this same question is introduced by Chaucer when creating his version of Dante’s account of Ugolino from Inferno . Dante’s Ugolino proudly insists that he does not weep when he hears his prison being sealed up like a tomb, although his children

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The Artistry of Critical Thought

A Conversation on Adorno, Baudrillard, Braidotti and Marcuse

Siphiwe I. Dube

: Death and Sensuality . San Francisco : City Lights Books . Baudrillard , J. 1994 . The Illusion of the End . Oxford : Polity Press . Baudrillard , J. 2002 . Power inferno: requiem pour les Twin Towers: hypothèses sur le terrorisme, la

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Howard Cooper

enacted that deep wish not to know. Willed unconsciousness. For who can truly bear to know? How can we look into the eye of the moronic inferno around us and retain our sanity? Let the storms rage around us! And while they do, we sleepwalk over the edge

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Rethinking the class politics of boredom

Marguerite van den Berg and Bruce O’Neill

, as collectivity in precarity is no longer possible in quite the same way as it was in the labor movements of the twentieth century, instead feeding a “politics of inferno” in which the most precarious place blame with each other ( Standing 2011