The Work of Art in the Age of Globalization
This chapter examines Edgar Clement’s graphic novel Operación Bolívar. Behind the novel’s unique narrative premise is a long view of globalization in the Americas, from the European conquest of native peoples in the early sixteenth century, to the subsequent forceful imposition of a Eurocentric mercantilism by the colonizing powers, to the transnationalization of domestic markets under the twentieth-century hegemony of the United States.
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