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La Caricature, January 19, 1832. Courtesy of the Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. ”29 Only four months after Philipon’s pearification of the king, the German poet and satirist Heinrich Heine referred to the fruit as France’s “standing national joke”30 (fig. 3). Philipon was clearly pleased with this turn of events writing that: We admit that it is not without a legitimate sense of paternal vanity that we have been watching this grotesque figure invade the walls of the capital, and not only of the capital.
19 Nonetheless, throughout the years of World War I and the decade of the 1920s, American influence on the French illustrés became more and more apparent, either by artists overtly copying the style of American BDs or publishers of French journal supplements making increasing use of imported American material by way of the syndicates that had been established in the United States early in the century. French adoption of the technique that has often been characterized as essential to the modern BD, the thought or speech balloon, came in 1925 when Alain Saint-Ogan created Zig et Puce; the first French BD to make extensive use of the balloon to provide all “textual” information.
It seemed that no one could resist becoming a part of the history they were witnessing. ” The aggressive embrace of a dynamic technology and modern urban life struck a chord with many in the years just prior to 1914. ”4 For the French particularly, the airplane had already long been an object of technical and popular fascination while the successes of the nation’s early aerial pioneers were championed as evidence of the nation’s vitality. In 1909, Louis Blériot had been the first to cross the English Channel in an airplane of his own design and construction, the Blériot XI.
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