Art Speigelman & Randall Jarrell

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Art Speigelman & Randall Jarrell

  1. 1. RUNDOWN<br />Comic/Graphic<br />Animals<br />“Death of the novel”<br />Randall Jarrell<br />
  2. 2. Why does Spiegelman portray the characters as animals?<br />RUNDOWN<br />Comic/Graphic<br />Animals<br />“Death of the novel”<br />Randall Jarrell<br />
  3. 3. Fiction has exhausted its formal possibilities<br />Relies on limited ways of characterization and story- telling: <br />RUNDOWN<br />Comic/Graphic<br />Animals<br />“Death of the novel”<br /><ul><li>Dialog/Summary
  4. 4. Imagery
  5. 5. Symbolism</li></ul>Randall Jarrell<br />
  6. 6. Randall Jarrell<br />RUNDOWN<br />Comic/Graphic<br />Animals<br />Poet/Critic<br />“Death of the novel”<br />Randall Jarrell<br />
  7. 7. After WWII, a poem is :<br /><ul><li>An attempt to explore, tame, and distill raw experience</li></ul>RUNDOWN<br />Comic/Graphic<br /><ul><li>The product of retrospection</li></ul>Animals<br />“Death of the novel”<br /><ul><li>A gesture of composure after the initial shock</li></ul>Randall Jarrell<br />

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