Este es el n??mero eight de una serie de libros cuya protagonista es Mafalda, el c?©lebre personaje de Quino. Estas tiras c??micas fueron publicadas en diarios de Buenos Aires, C??rdoba, Tucum??n, Santa F?© y Montevideo. Mafalda naci?? en 1963 como soporte de una campa?±a publicitaria, que rechaz?? el cliente y Quino conserv??. Al a?±o siguiente comienza a colaborar con diarios e inserta las tiras de Mafalda. Se inicia todo el proceso creativo de este popular?simo personaje. En 1968 Mafalda llega a Europa. Desde l. a. Guerra de Vietnam y los angeles carrera espacial hasta el movimiento tercermundista y los derechos humanos, el mundo entero se simboliza en un globo terr??queo que l. a. protagonista cuida, igual que a un enfermo: lo acuesta en l. a. cama, lo abriga y hasta intenta mejorarlo con las cremas de belleza de su madre. Con Mafalda l. a. infancia perdi?? su inocencia, mientras el g?©nero de l. a. historieta pas?? de lo social a lo psicol??gico. En 1973, Quino toma los angeles decisi??n m??s desconcertante para muchos: no dibujar m??s tiras de Mafalda. Desde entonces dibuja en significativas y determinadas ocasiones. Sin embargo, Mafalda est?? m??s viva que nunca. Reaparece siempre fresca y renovada en sus nuevos libros y peri??dicos. Hace cine y televisi??n. Viaja en l. a. imaginaci??n colectiva de infinidad de naciones que son muy diferentes entre ellas culturalmente. Y llega a los lugares m??s insospechados, volvi?©ndose wide-spread a generaciones que no tienen nada que ver con l. a. que vio nacer a Mafalda.
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