Haints & Haunts: Spiritual Correspondence in Harrow County

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This presentation was delivered as part of a panel on "Comics and the Epistolary Tradition" at the 2018. Popular Culture Association National Conference. The panel was sponsored by the Comics & Comic Art section of the PCA. It discusses the theme of "correspondence" in the comic series Harrow County, considering the term as part of its narrative and supplementary content, including letters from readers. It argue that the comic creates a shared community of artists, readers, and characters to confront issues of trauma, memory, and childhood.

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13 p. : ill.

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Martin, John Edward March 28, 2018.

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This presentation was delivered as part of a panel on "Comics and the Epistolary Tradition" at the 2018. Popular Culture Association National Conference. The panel was sponsored by the Comics & Comic Art section of the PCA. It discusses the theme of "correspondence" in the comic series Harrow County, considering the term as part of its narrative and supplementary content, including letters from readers. It argue that the comic creates a shared community of artists, readers, and characters to confront issues of trauma, memory, and childhood.

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13 p. : ill.

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Martin, John Edward. Haints & Haunts: Spiritual Correspondence in Harrow County, presentation, March 28, 2018; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1533638/: accessed September 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .