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In celebration of the upcoming Academic Festival at NCC (April 2-3), an exhibit of Graphic Novels is now on view in the NCC Baker Library.
The exhibit features a representative collection of the Library’s holdings from different cultures and time periods, published in the mid-1980s to the present, and including fiction and non-fiction subjects.
This exhibit was created by Library staff Christine Bisceglie, Linda Lerman, and Liz Pisaretz.
Vera Brosgol’s Anya’s Ghost (2011) On Reserve
Jonathan Hennessey’s The Gettysburg Address: a graphic adaptation (2013)
Grady Klein’s The Cartoon Introduction to Statistics (2013)
Alan Moore’s V for Vendetta (1989)
Keiji Nakazawa’s Barefoot Gen: a cartoon story of Hiroshima (2004)
Israel Rosenfield’s DNA: a graphic guide to the molecule that shook the world (2011)
Joe Sacco’s The Fixer: a story from Sarajevo (2004)
Marjane Satrapi’s The Complete Persepolis (2007) On Reserve
Art Speigelman’s Maus: a survivor’s tale (1986)
Jean-Philippe Stassen’s Deogratias: a tale of Rwanda (2006)
Rob Vollmar’s Bluesman: a twelve-bar graphic novel (2006)
Gene Luen Yang’s American Born Chinese (2006) On Reserve