Graphic novels of literary classics

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During the summer, I always get ambitious with my reading plans, and every year, they usually involve picking up a classic I never got around to reading. A modern reimagining of the classic novel, Jane is in the world of the elite and secretive New Yorkers. Shirley Jackson, thanks to Netflix, is more of a household name, though many may still not have read her classic works of horror. If someone had let me read the graphic novel of The Odyssey in high school instead of the brain-wrenchingly-long original text, I would have been SO excited. The classic epic, along with its counterpart, The Iliad, have been illustrated in engaging watercolor and bold colors to give new life to one of the most infamous journeys in literature.
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To vote on existing books from the list, beside each book there is a link vote for this book clicking it will add that book to your votes. To vote on books not in the list or books you couldn't find in the list, you can click on the tab add books to this list and then choose from your books, or simply search. Discover new books on Goodreads. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Classic works--you know, those books always showing up on school assigned reading lists--adapted into graphic novels. Tim Hamilton Goodreads Author Adaptor.

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Classics are the books that have withstood the test of time, the books that have become pillars within our literary canon. Literature is filled with classic books whose stories that have lingered in the hearts and minds of readers everywhere. Good news for fans of the classics: there are tons of innovative graphic novels that are putting their own artistic twists on your favorite stories.
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These adaptations aim to honor and embellish rather than replace the books on which they are based—because how could they? Here are 8 book-to-graphic novel adaptations that serve as impressive companions to their source material. Add to Bag. Fordham visuals the book in a classic style that feels appropriate to a story of childlike reverie concealing undercurrents of racism, injustice, and heroism in a sleepy southern town. The twisty-turny narrative explores issues of crime, race, and peer pressure as Steve documents his own circumstances in ways that leave his guilt or innocence—and even the notion of what it means to be innocent—up to the reader.

Your favorites, fully illustrated. When the Cuthberts decide to adopt an orphan to help manage their family farm, they never imagine the delightful Anne will arrive. Her flaming red hair, unstoppable imagination, and spirited adventures jump right off the pages. This book is part of a larger series with Marvel that includes versions of Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice and Northanger Abbey. Illustrator Tim Hamilton draws this dystopian classic with the distinct look of a comic. The vibrant, thrilling artwork immerses you in the world Bradbury originally imagined in

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  1. My appreciation for the graphic novel form has been slowly building since the first one that found its way into my hands.

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