Various Writing Styles in Love Is Love

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Point of View

At first glance, the collection may seem to have no single, clear point of view. This is because each comic tells a different story in a different way, and therefore each has a different visual and narrative point of view from the other. That said, there are certain stylistic, narrative, and thematic commonalities within certain thematic groupings that amount to similar points of view: the several stories of children questioning parents, for example, share commonalities of structure and content; the several tributes to specific victims share commonalities of perspective; and both the celebrations of freedom and explorations of grief and loss share commonalities of tone, focusing on emotion rather than narrative. Ultimately, though, the content of the book, in general, is defined by the individualized work and perspectives of the many artists involved, giving each comic, even with whatever commonalities it might have, its own...

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