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Fast paced and easy-to-read, those softcover 32-page image biographies train scholars approximately old figures: those that lead us into new territory, pursued medical discoveries; battled injustice and prejudice; and broke down artistic and inventive limitations. those biographies supply a number of wealthy basic and secondary resource fabric to help instructing to criteria. utilizing the pictures, scholars can turn on previous knowledgebridge what they already recognize with what they've got but to profit. Graphically illustrated biographies additionally educate inference talents, personality improvement, discussion, transitions, and drawing conclusions. photo biographies within the lecture room offer an intervention with confirmed good fortune for the suffering reader. positive aspects: Full-color drawings interact the reader. each one biography is entire in 32-pages. Speech bubbles and nonfiction textual content on each web page. robust portraits catch and carry pupil curiosity. Highlights: fast moving nonfiction tales. robust characters and robust position types.

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Although Crumb’s work is also savage in its portrayal of his own physical and moral shortcomings, there is little doubt it reflects a warped attitude towards women, a charge he does not deny: “I had this tremendous hostility towards everyone—but especially towards women. Sometimes now I look back and I’m shocked by just how violent and aggressive some of my cartoons are. But maybe that was my release. Who knows, if I hadn’t have been a cartoonist, I might have been a psychopathic killer. Or else I might have killed myself, like my brother Charles” (Robert Crumb in an interview with Preston 2005).

Exploring the links between body and mind from a philosophical and (neuro-) psychological perspective, I address several of the key concepts to have emerged from these writings, with a particular focus on Drew Leder’s (1990) twin terms “disappearance” and “dys-appearance,” and apply them to the act of visual self-representation involved in the creation of autobiographical comics. I then draw on psychoanalytical theory in order to understand why mirrors feature so prominently in graphic memoirs, and why aspects of the body are sometimes portrayed as alien and monstrous.

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