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 In the graphic novel Maus, how does Art Spiegelman demonstrate "the depth and subtlety that we have come to expect of traditional novels and extended nonfictional texts"? (See the definition of graphic novel in this week's Terms lecture.) Comment on Spiegelman's success. Be sure to quote, cite, and reference from the text(s) using appropriate APA format. Your post must be at least 250 words. Preferably using the norton anthology american literature book.

 

Graphic Novel

a fictional story that is presented in comic-strip form.  Stephen E. Tabachnick in The Postmodern Novel explains, "The graphic novel is an extended comic book that treats nonfictional as well as fictional plots and themes with the depth and subtlety that we have come to expect of traditional novels and extended nonfictional texts.  The term graphic novel seems to have stuck despite the fact that graphic novels are often compelling nonfictional works, such as biographies, autobiographies, histories, reportage, and travelogues."

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