In “Clash of Ignorance,” Edward Said criticizes the tendency to construct the world in terms of clashing civilizations: “the personification of enormous entities called “the West” and “Islam” is recklessly affirmed, as if hugely complicated matters like identity and culture existed in a cartoonlike world where Popeye and Bluto bash each other mercilessly, with one always more virtuous pugilist getting the upper hand over his adversary.” Do you read Frank Miller’s 300 or Snyder’s film as emblematic of what Said describes as “a cartoonlike world”? Or do you see the graphic novel or film as blurring the clarity of civilizational distinctions? Choose a select section of the comic or film and generate an argument around Said’s claim. Your response should be no fewer than 600 words.
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