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Contents Permission Acknowledgments Foreword Stephen Weiner Acknowledgments 1. Introduction?Carving a Niche: Graphic Novels in the English Language Arts Classroom James Bucky Carter 2. Altering English: Re-Examining the Whole Class Novel and Making Room for Graphic Novels and More Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey 3. Showing and Telling History through Family Stories in Persepolis and Young Adult Literature Marla Harris 4. Are There Any Hester Prynnes in Our World Today? Pairing The Amazing ?True? Story of a Teenage Single Mom with The Scarlet Letter James Bucky Carter 5. Visualizing Beowulf: Old English Gets Graphic J. D. Schraffenberger 6. L. Frank Baum, Lewis Carroll, James Barrie, and Pop Gun War: Teaching Dalrymple?s Graphic Novel in the Context of Classics Randall Clark 7. Abandon Every Fear, Ye That Enter: The X-Men Journey through Dante?s Inferno Don Leibold 8. A Multimodal Approach to Addressing Antisemitism: Charles Dickens?s Oliver Twist and Will Eisner?s Fagin the Jew Allen Webb and Brandon Guisgand 9. Using Graphic Novels, Anime, and the Internet in an Urban High School Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey 10. Ultimate Spider-Man and Student-Generated Classics: Using Graphic Novels and Comics to Produce Authentic Voice and Detailed, Authentic Texts James Bucky Carter Appendix: ?Twenty Plus? Additional Graphic Novels for Your English Language Arts Classroom Editor Contributors
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Graphic novels -- History and criticism.