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Sin City. classifying these items as regular fiction. and then spend additional time hunting and picking them out from the larger collection. Katherine.” Journal of Popular Culture 30 (4): 13 –31. Avery, the detective’s daughter, is the one to find Fletcher—dishelved, disoriented, and covered in blood. In terms of losses of freedom, we knowledge through the story the deprivation of: race diversity, sex openness (homosexuality), communication media diversity and accessibility to culture, understanding culture through paintings, music, books, films, ... in these regard the `V´music (14) is, as other intertextuality and remediation examples, key to the narrative and cultural context framing for the audience.

Pages: 216

Publisher: About Comics (April 13, 2003)

ISBN: 0971633819

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