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The cartoon logic in Mitko Panov's With Raised Hands

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The narrative of With Raised Hands is not governed according to the principles of verisimilitude, which is the presumed default mode of most Holocaust films. Rather, this film follows a narrative logic that is more akin to cartoon narratives. The 'Holocaust comedies' of the 1990s operate in a similar fashion.
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Keywords: DEPORTATION; GHETTO LIQUIDATION; HISTORICISM; HOLOCAUST COMEDIES; HOLOCAUST FANTASIES; HOLOCAUST FUNDAMENTALISM

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-01-01

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