How to read … graphic novels: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi – Dr Harriet Earle
Tue, 27 October 5:00pm
Comics scholar Dr Harriet Earle takes us through a close reading of critically acclaimed Persepolis. This graphic novel traces the author’s history as a young girl in 1980s Iran, following the Iranian Revolution. Here, Dr Earle introduces the world of comics, demonstrates how to read a comic book and discusses the importance of Persepolis for the development of this bold, exciting narrative form.
Dr Harriet Earle is Lecturer in English and Creative Writing at Sheffield Hallam University.
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