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  • Why graphic novels could be an antidote to ‘doom scrolling’

    CBC Radio - 06/07/2021

    “What always fascinated me so much about the form of comics in contradistinction to a photograph, for example, is the way it could put different time frames or temporality, as I like to think of it, together in one space,” said Hillary Chute, a professor of English, and Art and Design, at Northeastern University in Boston.

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