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  • Research background

    'Furthering the work of McCloud (1993) on the act of closure within comic panel sequences, Lefevre argues that when ‘various pictures are grouped together in a series or sequence, the viewer or reader is prompted to look for relations among them’, and ‘interpreters will almost automatically look for some minimal coherence or narrative’ (2011: 26). Whitlock describes this act as ‘observing the parts but perceiving the whole’ (2006: 969). You see now experiments with the potential parameters and effects when sequencing visual elements within a prose short story. '

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