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Debroy, Dipavali: "The graphic novel in India. East transforms West." In: Bookbird 49.4 (2011), S. 32–39. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: englisch
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BibTeX citation key: Debroy2011a
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Keywords: Indien, Interkulturalität
Creators: Debroy
Collection: Bookbird
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Abstract
Dipavali Debroy outlines the debut of comics and graphic novels in India. In the process we see how East and West converge as graphic novels have transformed to a truly Indian product. She notes too that when publishers abroad create graphic novels with Indian themes, these novels may lack authenticity and accurate details. She calls for graphic novels infused with Indian themes and innovative Indian art styles.
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