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Heiser, Ines: "Unterhaltsam und/oder unverständlich? Fiktionalisierungs- und Faktualisierungsstrategien in Comic-Büchern zur Antike." In: Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für Kinder- und Jugendliteraturforschung (2019), < ... 19_39-50_B3d_Heiser.pdf> (12. Jan. 2020) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: German
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.23795/JahrbuchGKJF2019- Heiser
BibTeX citation key: Heiser2019
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Categories: General
Keywords: Children’s and young adults’ comics, Classical antiquity, Cognition, History comics
Creators: Heiser
Collection: Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für Kinder- und Jugendliteraturforschung
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Recently, multimodal texts, i.e. texts using more than one mode to communicate with their readers, have become increasingly prominent in children’s literature. While the illustration of written texts has been a common long-time practice, the new multimodal books for children use images as an additional, original level of narrative. The general assumption in children’s literature studies is that it is easier for children to read a combination of text and images, as the images help them to understand the text. The analysis of three comic books on Roman history will show that, on the contrary, the process of understanding is actually more complex in the new multimodal texts for children: The pictorial narrative demands a more sophisticated kind of reading expertise. In addition, the task of decoding becomes more challenging when the narratives follow different intentions, which is often the case in contemporary comic books in which the pictorial narrative can be an ironic take on the written narrative.
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