Stories in Cultures, Compassion in Stories: How Embedded Narrative Functions Within Yang’s Boxers and Saints
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Stories in Cultures, Compassion in Stories: How Embedded Narrative Functions Within Yang’s Boxers and Saints

BY BRIDGET G. DOOLEY Gene Luen Yang’s comic novels Boxers and Saints, two stories that occur simultaneously on opposite sides of China’s Boxer Rebellion, are narratives embedded in one another: Bao, the central figure in Boxers, appears as a secondary character in Saints, a work that revolves around the Christian Vibiana (né Four-Girl). She, in … Continue reading

VOLUME I, ISSUE I: WINTER 2013
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VOLUME I, ISSUE I: WINTER 2013

                                                                                                                Cover art: Abigail Lloyd from “For Seasons” Table of Contents: Nonfiction Noel Franklin, Arachnophobia Abigail Lloyd, For Seasons Fiction Angela Boyle, Gertrude Caitlin Cass, Towers Poetry Donna Kuhn, Poetry Pics Madeline Richards, Ink and Perfume Interview Slutty Giraffes and Bourgeois Pigs: An interview with French comics translator Natacha Ruck   Essay Caitlin Cass, … Continue reading