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Graphic Novels

This guide contains information about what graphic novels are, what graphic novels we have, and how those books have been received.

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Graphic Novels

 

Merriam-Webster defines the graphic novel as "cartoon drawings that tell a story and are published as a book." This broad definition leaves artists and writers a great deal of room to craft their own interpretations of the medium, allowing for a wide range of genres and formats to exist under the sweeping term "graphic novel."

In this guide, you will find a selection of the graphic novels available at Zondervan Library. The full collection can be found on the library's main level. 

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Books About Graphic Novels

 

These books, along with others in our collection, examine the graphic novel as a literary genre. Additional books on this topic may be found on Zondervan Library's Upper Level in our Main Collection.

Books/Physical Holdings

General Research Tools

General Research Tools

Google Scholar

Google Scholar 

Google ScholarIncludes journal articles, book chapters, essays, and entire books. Text is frequently not available for free, but can be accessed using WorldCat or Interlibrary Loan.

WorldCat Research Station

WorldCat Research Station 

WorldCat Research StationExplore the holdings of the Zondervan Library as well as libraries worldwide using WorldCat. 

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