March: Book One - Pages 1-20 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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There is a single frame on page four, which is the first page of the graphics. The image depicts a river through a bridge railing. An unidentified person asks John Lewis if he can swim.

Frame one on page five is a larger view of that question. There are protestors on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Frame two is a closeup of Lewis and the man who questioned him. Lewis answers that he cannot swim. In frame three, the man says he cannot swim either. Frame four is from a distant perspective, showing the two men leading a large group of protestors. The man says they may be forced into the water. The fifth and final frame on that page shows police; some are loading or carrying weapons - one has a bullhorn.

Frame one on page six shows that police have the bridge...

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