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

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Structure

The book is presented as a graphic biography. While it can stand alone, the reader who has read the previous books of the series will have a better understanding of Lewis and the events. The reader with at least a basic understanding of the events of the Civil Rights era will also have a better understanding of many scenes, themes, and issues described in the book. The authors and artists depend on words and images to tell the story, and the reader has to pay attention to the graphics as well as the words.

The book opens slightly differently from the previous books of the series. In the first two books, there are a few scenes in the opening pages prior to the title page. These scenes lead the reader into the events that will take place in that book. In the third book of the series...

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