March: Book Three - Pages 1-35 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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The opening page of the book, page three, is starkly white with a station wagon driving across the bottom of the page. Page four opens on September 15, 1963. A woman walks into the ladies' restroom. On page five, the woman interrupts several young girls, including a girl named Denise, telling them it is almost time to for the morning worship service to begin. In the first five frames of page six, the woman returns to a classroom. The woman tells Denise's mother she just saw Denise in the restroom. In the bottom frame of page six, those in the classroom hear a loud “boom.” In the first four frames of page seven, the two women rush from the classroom, one yelling for Denise. Frame five covers two-thirds of the page, showing a staircase and billowing, black smock from below. There is an inset showing...

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