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Beaty, Bart. "Featuring Stories by the World’s Greatest Authors: Classics illustrated and the “middlebrow problem” in the postwar era." International Journal of Comic Art 1. (1999): 122–39.   
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Bühring, Andrea. "Goethes »Faust« im Comic." M.A. Magisterarbeit. Universität Bonn, 2012.   
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Diamantopoulou, Lilia. "Illustrierte Klassiker: »die spannendsten geschichten der weltliteratur« – in der griechischen version." Historische Sozialkunde (2016): 26–32.   
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Faulstich, Werner. "Wuthering Heights." Die Erotik des Blicks. Studien zu Filmästhetik und Unterhaltungskultur. Eds. Werner Faulstich, et al. München: Fink, 2008. 39–64.   
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Heuman, Josh and Richard Burt. "Suggested for Mature Readers? Deconstructing shakespearean value in comic books." Shakespeare after Mass Media. Ed. Richard Burt. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. 151–71.   
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Johnson, Rachel. "Is Henty’s History Lost in Graphic Translation? Or won by the sword in 45 pages." Going Graphic. Comics and Graphic Novels for Young People. Eds. Bridget Carrington and Jennifer Harding. IBBY/NCRCL Conference Papers. Lichfield: Pied Piper, 2010.   
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Jones Jr., William B. Classics Illustrated: A cultural history. 2nd ed. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2011.   
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Jones, Jr., William B. "Classics Illustrated and the Evolving Art of Comic-Book Literary Adaptation." The Oxford Handbook of Adaptation Studies. Ed. Thomas Leitch. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2017. 214–36.   
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Keebaugh, Cari. "The Many Sides of Hank: Modifications, adjustments, and adaptations of mark twain’s a connecticut yankee in king arthur’s court." ImageTexT 3. 3 2007. Accessed 6 Jul. 2012. <http://www.english.ufl. ... _3/keebaugh/index.shtml>.   
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Malan, Dan. The Complete Guide to Classics Illustrated. 2nd ed. 2 vols. Classics Central .Com, 2006.   
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Oppolzer, Markus. "Teaching Frankenstein through Comics: A critical look at classics illustrated." Transfer in English Studies. Eds. Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Manfred Markus and Herbert Schendl. Austrian Studies in English. Wien: Braumüller, 2012. 159–81.   
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Pecina, Jozef. "The American Civil War in Comics." From Theory to Practice 2014. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Anglophone Studies. Eds. Gregory Jason Bell and Katarína Nemčoková. Zlín Proceedings in Humanities. Zlín: Univerzita Tomáše Bati ve Zlíně, 2015. 171–77.   
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Pritchard, Will. "New Light on Crumb’s Boswell." Eighteenth-Century Studies 42. (2009): 289–307.   
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Richardson, Donna. "Classics Illustrated." American Heritage 44. (1993): 78–85.   
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Sawyer, Michael. "Albert Lewis Kanter and the Classics: The man behind the gilberton company." Journal of Popular Culture 20. (1987): 1–18.   
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Schwartz, Delmore. "Masterpieces as Cartoons." Arguing Comics. Literary Masters on a Popular Medium. Eds. Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester. Cambridge: Da Capo, 2004. 52–62.   
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Wilson, Christopher P. "Lost Boys and Recovered Classics: Literary and social memory in lorenzo carcaterra’s sleepers." Journal of American Studies 42. (2008): 107–31.   
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