Transfer of Japanese Culture Patterns on the Example of a Comic Book
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The interest of Japanese readers in the comic book to this day shows a stable level, and the entire cultural industry there has grown into one of the most profitable in the world. It is not surprising that Japanese pop culture has begun global expansion, succeeding in its successful march in the West. In 2006, the New York Times wrote that the Japanese comic strip represents one of the better-growing publishing sectors in the US [Kelts R. 2006: 19]. The charm of the so-called manga has not been resisted even by Europe, becoming an equally lucrative market. Eventually, Polish society willingly joined the fascination with far eastern picture art.(fragment of text).
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