miércoles, 9 de julio de 2008

El tiempo pasado fue mejor

Unlike most intellectuals, Marston celebrated the popularity of the comic book form and saw it as an opportunity to get kids to read -- and to circulate radical feminist notions. Writing in Phi Beta Kappa’s journal, The American Scholar, in the early ’40s, he noted: "It’s too bad for us ‘literary’ enthusiasts, but it’s the truth nevertheless -- pictures tell any story more effectively than words....If children will read comics...why isn’t it advisable to give them some constructive comics to read?"

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