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McKinney, Mark: "Interview with Baru. Part 1." In: European Comic Art 4.2 (2011), S. 213–237.
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Keywords: Baru, Barulea. Hervé, Frankreich, Interview
Collection: European Comic Art
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Hervé Barulea (b. 1947), known as Baru, is a French cartoonist of Italian and Breton heritage, who has spent much of his life in the metalworking region around Nancy, in northeastern France, his birthplace. He outlines his approach to comics, beginning with his vision of comics as essentially being images that speak to primal human urges. He finds this kind of imagery today mainly in American movies and novels, but not so much in American comics. He describes his tenure as president of the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée [‘International Festival of Comics’] in Angoulême in January 2011, after having won the grand prize for his career’s work in comics at the same festival in 2010. Baru then speaks of his approach to history and current events in his comics. He outlines how he has depicted immigrants of European and African heritage in his comics, and then explains why he has often returned to the Algerian War. Baru ends this first half of the interview by describing his views of the French Communist Party, and explaining his critical depiction of it in Les années Spoutnik [‘The Spoutnik Years’].
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