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Pataphysical Assemblages: Fascist Spectacle in Paul Grimault's Le roi et l'oiseau

Pataphysical Assemblages: Fascist Spectacle in Paul Grimault's Le roi et l'oiseau Thomas L. Cooksey Pataphysical Assemblages Fascist Spectacle in Paul Grimault’s Le roi et l’oiseau A stately Pallace of squared bricke, Which cunningly was without mortar laid, Whose wals were high, but nothing strong nor thick, And golden foile all ouer them displaid, a Th t purest skye with brightnesse they dismaid. (Spenser, Faerie Queene 1.4.4) PÈRE UBU– Cornegidouille! n’aurons point tout démoli si nous ne démolissons même les ruines! Or je n’y vois d’autre moyen que d’en équilibrer de beaux édifices bien ordonnés. (Jarry, Tout Ubu 269) The feature length French animation Le roi et l’oiseau (1947–1952, 1967–1980), later appearing in English as e K Th ing and the Mockingbird (2014), was a labor of love and the thirty- year collaboration between the animator Paul Grimault and the poet and screenwriter Jacques PréverL t ( es Enfants du Paradis [1945]). Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fable, La bergère et le ramoneu ( r The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep), Le roi has produced mixed responses (Pagliano, Le ro 4i 7–51). Many considered it one of the finest feature length works of French animation, a work that has influenced subsequent French animators such as René Laloux ( La planète sauvage http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Comparatist University of North Carolina Press

Pataphysical Assemblages: Fascist Spectacle in Paul Grimault's Le roi et l'oiseau

The Comparatist , Volume 43 – Nov 15, 2019

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Thomas L. Cooksey Pataphysical Assemblages Fascist Spectacle in Paul Grimault’s Le roi et l’oiseau A stately Pallace of squared bricke, Which cunningly was without mortar laid, Whose wals were high, but nothing strong nor thick, And golden foile all ouer them displaid, a Th t purest skye with brightnesse they dismaid. (Spenser, Faerie Queene 1.4.4) PÈRE UBU– Cornegidouille! n’aurons point tout démoli si nous ne démolissons même les ruines! Or je n’y vois d’autre moyen que d’en équilibrer de beaux édifices bien ordonnés. (Jarry, Tout Ubu 269) The feature length French animation Le roi et l’oiseau (1947–1952, 1967–1980), later appearing in English as e K Th ing and the Mockingbird (2014), was a labor of love and the thirty- year collaboration between the animator Paul Grimault and the poet and screenwriter Jacques PréverL t ( es Enfants du Paradis [1945]). Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fable, La bergère et le ramoneu ( r The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep), Le roi has produced mixed responses (Pagliano, Le ro 4i 7–51). Many considered it one of the finest feature length works of French animation, a work that has influenced subsequent French animators such as René Laloux ( La planète sauvage

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The ComparatistUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Nov 15, 2019

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