Glencoe, “World History: In Graphic Novel” 
2010 | pages: 93 | ISBN: 0078747384 | PDF | 11,7 mb

 

Graphic novels represent a signifi cant segment of the literary market for adolescents and young adults. These stories may resemble comic books, but on closer inspection, they often address controversial issues using complex story lines. Some graphic novels that are well known to Western audiences are Watchmen, which examines how superheroes live in a society that has turned against them; Maus, which uses anthropomorphic characters to tell the story of a Holocaust survivor; From Hell, which presents one explanation for the actions of the historical serial killer Jack the Ripper; and Road to Perdition, which was made into a popular motion picture.

 


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