Connors, Sean P. "Altering Perspectives. How the Implied Reader Invites Us to Rethink the Difficulty of Graphic Novels." In: The Clearing House 85.1 (2012), S. 33–37.
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Keywords: "Pride of Baghdad", Didactics, Henrichon. Niko, Reception, USA, Vaughan. Brian K.
Collection: The Clearing House
This article reports the author’s experiences using graphic novels with pre-service teachers in a young adult literature course. Drawing on critical response papers two students composed after reading Pride of Baghdad, a graphic novel by Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon, the author argues that when readers possess the background knowledge needed to approximate the role of the implied reader—that is, the imaginary audience for whom authors envision themselves writing—they are capable of engaging with graphic novels in ways that readers who lack experience with the form, or who question its literary merit, are not.
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