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

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Structure

The book is a graphic biography, and as such, is presented in the traditional style of a comic book. There are individual frames depicting people and events, including dialogue and some pieces of basic information, such as the sound of a faucet turning. The author probably chose the comic book structure because Lewis cites a book about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. that has a similar structure and ultimately had an impact on a generation of people, including children. It is possible that Lewis hoped for the same far-reaching affect with his book, with the comic book style crossing over to gain the interest of younger generations.

The book has very limited color, which is probably a statement of the main issue of the book – the conflict between blacks and whites in the 1960s. Part of the story is set in 2009 and part of it is set...

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