From Hell: Being a Melodrama in Sixteen Parts Topics for Discussion

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The text is divided into named and enumerated chapters. Chapter One is only fourteen pages long, while Chapter Nine is sixty pages long. Discuss how the chapter division functions within the graphic novel to create meaning and establish the narrative's internal chronology.

The narrative states that the Masonic deities are named Jubelo, Jubela, and Jubelum, and that they are collectively known as the "Juwes." Gull's handwritten message could thus be interpreted as an implication of Freemasonry. How else could Gull's handwritten message be interpreted?

The graphic novel presents one possible identity of Jack the Ripper. How closely is the graphic novel based upon the historical facts of the case? Does fiction that appears to be historical have a responsibility to remain largely true to historical fact?

The graphic novel postulates that Prince Albert Victor was entrusted into the care of Walter Sickert by his...

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