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Anales del Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas

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BONILLA REYNA, Helia Emma. Joaquín Giménez y El Tío Nonilla. An. Inst. Investig. Estét [online]. 2000, vol.22, n.76, pp.179-235. ISSN 0185-1276.

The gradual unfolding of diverse processes that converged in 19th century Mexican cartoons permitted the development of interpretations based on this type of image. Little is known as to the regularity of their circulation, their authors and motivations, or even the basic sense of the images themselves. However, certain answers are provided by El Tío Nonilla (Uncle Nonilla), one of Mexico's earliest newspapers, known for its abundant use of cartoons and published in Mexico City around the mid 19th century. Its editor-in-chief and illustrator, restless Spanish writer Joaquín Giménez, was a true man of words and the owner of a sharp wit, whose work generated a considerable degree of controversy in the capital city's journalistic circles. Aside from reflecting its author's personal enmities, the shifting postures of this publication also mirrored the effervescence of national politics which, together with the cultural wealth of the period, was encapsulated in a wide array of cartoons and writings.

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