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FALL I WINTER 2008 " IT ' S A MAGICAL WORLD " : THE PAGE IN COMICS

@inproceedings{Moore2010FALLIW,
  title={FALL I WINTER 2008 " IT ' S A MAGICAL WORLD " : THE PAGE IN COMICS},
  author={Anne Elizabeth Moore},
  year={2010}
}
, 'T he best comics; writes Anne Elizabeth Moore, "create an all -encompassing environment:'l Geoffrey Chaucer would seem to be making the same claim for medieval illuminated manuscripts when his narrator in The Book of the Duchess famously faUs asleep while reading a book and dreams of waking up in a room that looks remarkably like the inside of one: with The Romance of the Rose painted on its waJls " bathe text and glose" and the " story ofTroye" depicted in its stained-glass w indows.2 This… 

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