‘Mafalda’ exhibit is nostalgia for some, anthropology for others

If you grew up reading “Mafalda,” you already know that the title character is a precocious 6-year-old girl who rants about family, society and the universe at large. You know that the Argentine cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado (or “Quino”) created the comic strip in 1964 and drew hundreds of panels before the series expired in 1973. You have probably seen the animated series. You may have owned a Mafalda doll.

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