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William Dean Howells

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March is an autobiographical graphic novel trilogy that tells the story of American activist and Congressman John Lewis, and involvement in the American Civil Rights Movement. The series includes Lewis's firsthand accounts of the struggles that he and other civil rights activists and supporters endured in their quest for freedom and equality.The series is written by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin, and illustrated by Nate Powell. Themes in the series include perseverance, survival, institutional racism, anti-blackness (within the context of American history), the philosophy of nonviolence, and community.

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THEIR WEDDING JOURNEY By William Dean Howells 1871 I. THE OUTSET They first met in Boston, but the match was made in Europe, where they afterwards saw each other; whither, indeed, he followed her; and... Read more