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‘Our golden crown’

Analysis of Religious Intertextuality in Shakespeare's Richard II, and Its Translation into Spanish

Luis Javier Conejero-Magro

This article analyses the biblical intertextuality which informed Shakespeare's portrayal of the king in Richard II before his dethronement, and the way it has been rendered into Spanish. The analysis will show how five Spanish translations

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Comics and Adaptation

Armelle Blin-Rolland, Guillaume Lecomte, and Marc Ripley

Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan have reshaped the field around questions of intertextuality and hypertextuality. 4 They rethought the relationship between source text and adaptation by positing adaptations as ‘second without being secondary’ 5 and by drawing

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El Perdón y la furia and José de Ribera's Journey from Faith to Magic

Historical Fiction by Altarriba and Keko

Francisca Lladó

writer and illustrator have their point of departure in the past while at the same time maintaining a relation to present-day art forms. Graphical Intertextuality: Riberisation and the Reutilisation of Images As mentioned earlier, the protagonist

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The Art of Braiding

A Clarification

Thierry Groensteen

quotation. When a work or an image, quoted from elsewhere, makes an appearance in a comic (and contemporary comics cultivates all kinds of intertextuality and intericonicity), readers who have the correct reference in their personal encyclopaedia are offered

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(Mis)Leading the Reader

Decolonising Adventure Comics in Baruti and Cassiau-Haurie's Le Singe jaune

Alicia Lambert

similar interest in narrative and artistic playfulness involving genre subversion and intertextuality. Intertextuality has been central to literary production, and could even be called ‘the memory of literature’. 13 Franco-Belgian bande dessinée has

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Kindergarteners in Vampy Lipstick and Stilettos? On the Sexualization of Little Girls in French Vogue

Annamari Vänskä

Debates about little girls' loss of innocence, and the sexualization of girls have become an integral part of media in contemporary culture. Fashion advertising representing young girls and certain types of clothes are specifically prone to generate debates about sexualization. This article looks at the sexualization argument through two sets of fashion editorials, one in a December–January 2011 issue of French Vogue, and another in the December–January 1978 issue of the same magazine. The article exposes the problem of sexualization discourse that relates images to lived experiences of girls even though fashion advertising rarely, if ever, is interested in depicting reality. Sexualization is revealed to be a value statement—the Other of innocence which is set up as the norm. Furthermore, fashion photography is shown to be intertextual; images refer to other fashion photographs. In looking at these issues this article opens up space for discussing the visual and sartorial history of the sexual girl.

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‘Shakespeare's Religious Afterlives’

Marta Cerezo

afterlives. 1 By focusing on specific case studies, we propose to analyse how the author and his work have been used to illustrate and support theological and educational concepts; translated considering the implications of biblical intertextuality

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The Doll “InbeTween”

Online Doll Videos and the Intertextuality of Tween Girl Culture

Jessica E. Johnston

reading strategies that we will take with us ‘into’ the text” (26). AGTube makes it possible to read American Girl through a range of intertextual experiences and to understand the multiple purposes the doll franchise has in girls’ lives. These online

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Social Criticism through Humour in the Digital Age

Multimodal Extension in the Works of Aleix Saló

Javier Muñoz-Basols and Marina Massaguer Comes

characterised by a high degree of intertextuality and by multimodality, that is ‘the use of several semiotic modes in the design of a semiotic product or event, together with the particular way in which these modes are combined’. 17 This has to do with the way

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Flights of Fancy and the Dissolution of Shakespearean Space-Time in Angela Carter's Nights at the Circus

Kate Myers

reminiscence and the past, the other opens out to anticipation and the unknowable future. 1 In The Genius to Improve an Invention , Piero Boitani considers literary transition to be transformative, ‘a constant reworking of myths … an intertextual rather