Batkin, Jane, author.

Identity in animation : a journey into self, difference, culture and the body / Jane Batkin. - Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2017. - ix, 182 pages : illustrations, filmography ; 24 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Boop Oop a Doop Girl culture, body and Betty Boop -- Disney: self, patriarchy and punishment -- Conflict and connection, body and performance how Looney Tunes broke out of the asylum -- The case for Wallace and Gromit Britishness, horror, slapstick and the real -- Who am I? gender at play guys in corsets, girls in love -- The misfits: bodies, difference and wandering in the clayography films of Adam Elliot -- Hayao Miyazaki: nostalgia, nature and adolescence -- The thingness of CG -- Conclusion.

9781138849778 (hbk) ; 9781138849785 (pbk) ;


Identity (Psychology) in motion pictures.
Animated films--History and criticism.
Cartoon characters--History.


Criticism, interpretation, etc.
History.

PN1995.9.I34 B38 2017

791.43/653
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