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Pedri, Nancy. "Cartooning Ex-Posing Photography in Graphic Memoir." Literature & Aesthetics 22.2 2012. Accessed 13 July. 2015. < ... hp/LA/article/view/7619>. 
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Keywords: "Cancer Vixen", "Maus", "Mom’s Cancer", "One Hundred Demons", Authenticity, Autobiography, Barry. Lynda, Fies. Brian, Intermediality, Marchetto. Marisa Acocella, Photography, Spiegelman. Art, USA
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Fiction and memoir relate differently to reality. Whereas fiction is not bound by existing facts and events, memoir is a nonfiction genre that “depicts the lives of real, not imagined, individuals.” Like other forms of life writing, memoir sets out to communicate truthfully through self-representation an identity and a life. Indeed, memoir is said to “not accommodate the counterfactual.” Thus, memoir is bound not only by a claim, but also an obligation to truth that, in turn, is met by readers who turn to it with an eye for truth.
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