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Verbal and visual narativity: a case study of students' narratives inspired by Sendak’s visual images from Where the Wild Things Are



Year of publication 2013
Type Conference abstract
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The paper analyzes the text of the picturebook Where the Wild Things Are and compares it with the students' reconstructions based only on the visual images taken from the orginal book. The aim is to discover whether the message of the original pictures remains the same if deprived of the textual code.
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