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Mark McKinney, Jennifer Howell, Ross William Smith, and David Miranda Barreiro

the representation of war's broader social implications. For this reason, part 2 justifiably constitutes the volume's longest section. The first two chapters examine children's experience of war. Harriet E. H. Earle's comparative analysis of Gene Luen

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Maggie Gray, Kees Ribbens, Sebastian Domsch, and Dyfrig Jones

representation of war in newspapers and magazines, on television, online and by iconic reuse on posters and T-shirts. Comic strips about war are conceived, drawn, read and understood against this background. Assuming images are used as arguments (and thus do not

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Patrick Young, David Looseley, Elayne Oliphant, and Kolja Lindner

explanation of the siege’s military and strategic aspects with consideration of its social and psychological impact upon specific individuals and groups, and with critical reflection upon the representation of war experience via private and public media. Her