Panel Configurations in Shōjo Manga / 夏目房之介の評論: 少女マンガ のコマ構成 夏目 房之介

  title={Panel Configurations in Shōjo Manga / 夏目房之介の評論: 少女マンガ のコマ構成 夏目 房之介},
  author={Natsume Jon Teppei Fusanosuke and Jon Holt and Teppei Fukuda},
  journal={U.S.-Japan Women's Journal},
  pages={58 - 74}
Abstract:Natsume Fusanosuke is a seminal scholar of Manga Studies whose influential works include How to Read Manga (Manga no yomikata, coauthored, 1995) and Why Is Manga So Interesting? Its Grammar and Expression (Manga wa naze omoshiroi no ka: sono hyōgen to bunpō, 1997). This essay, the near-culminating chapter of the latter book, presents, in streamlined language and condensed form, what Natsume deems the central aspects of panel constructions in shōjo manga (girls’ comics): the use of… 
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