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    The Impact of a Graphic Novel Maus‚ written by Art Spiegelman‚ is a graphic novel that tells a story within a story. The book portrays Art’s father’s experiences as a Jew caught in the middle of World War II. What makes this portrayal especially interesting is the way the Art tells the story in his father’s own words. Vladek’s accounts of what happened to him are displayed within the bigger picture of the novel‚ which is how these experiences affect his current relationship with his son Art. Maus

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    Introduction to teaching graphic novels in the English Foreign Language Classroom There are many methods and strategies in teaching EFL learners. In this case teachers should be able to decide whether a method is appropriate or not‚ which is not always easy. Teaching graphic novels is a clever strategy to capture the interest of nearly all students in a class. In general this phenomenon is sometimes difficult to achieve due to the fact that there are various learning types and it is not always

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    Graphic Novels: Literature without Text? Jan Baetens Literary graphic novels: adaptation‚ illustration‚ collaboration‚ and beyond More and more‚ the hype surrounding the graphic novel concerns its literary qualities. Many graphic novels appear to have a literary subtext (in the case of adaptations) or present themselves‚ in a more radical form‚ as the visual development of a literary text that is completely reproduced within the graphic novel. In the former case‚ the literary graphic novel

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    Graphic Novel Subject Guide 1 Graphic Novels Subject Guide Spring 2010 – Nova Scotia Public Libraries The Misunderstood Medium It is important to understand that the terms “comics” and “graphic novels” describe a medium rather than a genre. The difference is that a genre is a type of story‚ with certain rules that it must follow in order to fit into that genre. “Westerns‚” “mysteries‚” “romances” are examples of genre. A medium is a form of expression like movies‚ novels or poetry. Essentially

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    evolved into something far beyond strips in the Sunday paper. Graphic novels‚ as these materials are most often referred to today‚ have become their own genre (even though they are a format‚ not a genre) in bookstores and libraries alike. Popularity for them has skyrocketed in the past ten years or so‚ and graphic novels now compete as literary heavyweights for young readers and adults. There are different branches of graphic novels‚ including manga‚ which have an age appropriate stamp on their

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    English 102 4 May 2013 Graphic Novels in Education Graphic novels and comic books have been some of the most debated topics recently in many different areas. Many people think that they could be helpful in education‚ while some others completely disagree. Some people think they are childish‚ and some think they require just as much comprehension as long‚ fictional novels. However‚ despite all the criticism graphic novels often get‚ the genre is growing recently. Many things have led to this rise

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    The Advantages and Disadvantages of Graphic Novels Graphic novels are to be defined as novels in comic-strip format. They are usually shown to us either in series and have a continuous plot or it can be presented in shorter stories. One popular form of a “comic book” is called a manga (漫画). The Chinese character that is used to write manga translates into “whimsical drawings”. Mangas are different from most of the books out there in multiple ways. The beginning of the book for instance starts

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    and graphic novels have engaging art imprinted on them‚ making them more amusing and pleasurable. Furthermore‚ Comics include various types of genres like current events‚ social issues across the globe‚ and some are narrow as subjects like Science fiction‚ History‚ Biology. Such content can grasp a student’s attention and build a momentum of interest to read such compositions. Nancy Frey ‚ an author of “Graphic Novels: The Good‚ The Bad‚ and the Ugly explains‚ “The popularity of the graphic novels

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    of feelings dwelling in me. I found salvation in teaching myself how to express ‘no’ as a part of speech and mostly within‚ not without. But Daniel Clowes did not seem to care much about censorship while writing “Ghost World”‚ one of the best graphic novels about adolescence and its mechanism of defense. Nor Terry Zwigoff did while directing the film adaptation with the same title. He actually enriched the story by adding “Lolita” plots‚ while Clowes only referred to individuals of the same age falling

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    THE USE OF GRAPHIC NOVEL STYLES AND SPECIAL EFFECTS IN FOOTBALL ADVERTISING HUW STARK A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Interactive & Motion Design‚ Atrium‚ Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries‚ the University of Glamorgan. No part of work referred to in this dissertation has been submitted in support of an application for another degree or qualification in this University or any other institute of Learning

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