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FLAWED AND FURRY: Anthropomorphism, Allegory, and Oppression

FLAWED AND FURRY: Anthropomorphism, Allegory, and Oppression

Today on SOLRAD, Angela M. Sanchez looks at animal allegories to discuss systems of oppression in Blacksad: Arctic Nation, Maus, and, especially, Paru Itagaki’s Beastars manga,

October 19, 2020 11 Mins Read
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