Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell Writing Styles in March: Book 2

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Structure

The book is a graphic biography is presented in the traditional style of a comic book. Each page is made up of a series of frames that depict events. These include the people involved and the actions that are important to the story line. In some cases, the frames are used to show the passage of time or the importance of specific events. For example, there are multiple pages dedicated to Eugene “Bull” Conner's action of forcing the the Freedom Riders out of Alabama. He pledged to take them to Nashville, but dropped them in the woods at the Tennessee state line.

In the first book of this series, Lewis cites a book about Dr. Martin Luther King that had a similar graphic structure, which may have contributed to the use of this structure for this series. The book about King had an impact on a generation...

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