Sanders, Joe Sutliff: "Chaperoning Words. Meaning-Making in Comics and Picture Books." In: Children’s Literature 41.1 (2013), S. 57–90.
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Keywords: Intermediality, Kulturpolitik, Picture book, Randformen des Comics, Reception
Collection: Children’s Literature
Understanding who chaperones the words as they narrow the meaning of images offers a reliable theory for distinguishing between two otherwise fundamentally similar kinds of books: comics and picture books. The resulting distinction helps explain the form, history, and ideological implications of comics and picture books.
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