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Teaching the Graphic Novel
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Stephen E. Tabachnick, professor in the English Department at the University of Memphis, is the author or editor of books on Victorian and modern British literature, as well as articles and papers on the graphic novel.

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"[A]n immensely practical guide for anyone faced with teaching graphic narratives, whether in classes dedicated to the graphic novel or as additions to other literature courses. . . . [M]akes plunging into comics a little less daunting...Teaching the Graphic Novel leans toward making a canon of comics and graphic narratives visible for instructors and in so doing provides a compelling argument for why graphic narratives should be included in courses at colleges and universities in the first place." --Jennifer H. Williams, Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture

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