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Stoll, Jeremy: "Rama for Beginners. Bridging Indian Folk and Comics Cultures." In: Folklore Forum (25. Nov. 2011)<http://folkloreforum.ne ... lk-and-comics-cultures/> (Zugriff: 31. Mai 2013) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: englisch
BibTeX citation key: Stoll2011
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Keywords: "Amar Chithra Katha", Indien, Mythos, Pai. Anant, Populärkultur, Religion, Vivalok Comics
Creators: Stoll
Collection: Folklore Forum
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Abstract
In the boom of recent comics scholarship, the comic art of India has received little attention compared to that of other nations, the United States, France, and Japan in particular. Through a basis in religious and folk narratives, Indian comics narratives, especially those published by the Amar Chitra Katha series, have worked to update folk tales, retelling them in a modern medium. By looking at the figure of Rama in the Amar Chitra Katha and other Indian comics, this paper will analyze the process and implications of this transformation. In particular, the analysis of Rama as contemporary hero will reveal how these stories help people to deal with daily life at the same time that they affirm another, older way of understanding the world. This paper will thus demonstrate how comics creators in India have adapted the comic book to effectively re-maneuver traditional tales as a modern, folkloric inheritance to future generations.
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