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Product Description: Literary scholar Michael A. Chaney examines graphic novels to illustrate that in form and function they inform readers on how they ought to be read. His arguments result in an innovative analysis of the various knowledges that comics produce and the methods artists and writers employ to convey them...read more

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9781496810250 | Univ Pr of Mississippi, February 1, 2017, cover price $65.00 | About this edition: Literary scholar Michael A.

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Product Description: Some of the most noteworthy graphic novels and comic books of recent years have been entirely autobiographical. In Graphic Subjects, Michael A. Chaney brings together a lively mix of scholars to examine the use of autobiography within graphic novels, including such critically acclaimed examples as Art Spiegelman's Maus, David Beauchard's Epileptic, Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, Alan Moore's Watchmen, and Gene Yang's American Born Chinese...read more
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9780299251048 | Univ of Wisconsin Pr, March 1, 2011, cover price $26.95 | About this edition: Some of the most noteworthy graphic novels and comic books of recent years have been entirely autobiographical.

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Product Description: Analyzing the impact of black abolitionist iconography on early black literature and the formation of black identity, Fugitive Vision examines the writings of Frederick Douglass, William Wells Brown, William and Ellen Craft, and Harriet Jacobs, and the slave potter David Drake...read more

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9780253349446 | Indiana Univ Pr, December 30, 2007, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: Analyzing the impact of black abolitionist iconography on early black literature and the formation of black identity, Fugitive Vision examines the writings of Frederick Douglass, William Wells Brown, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, and the slave potter David Drake.

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9780253221087 | Indiana Univ Pr, February 25, 2009, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Analyzing the impact of black abolitionist iconography on early black literature and the formation of black identity, Fugitive Vision examines the writings of Frederick Douglass, William Wells Brown, William and Ellen Craft, and Harriet Jacobs, and the slave potter David Drake.

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