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  • Writer's pictureMuhammad Zain Rasheed

How Graphic Novels are Changing the Landscape of Literature

Graphic novels, which combine elements of comics and traditional literature, have grown in popularity in recent years and are changing the landscape of literature. The use of illustrations and visual storytelling allows for a unique way of conveying information and emotions, making them appealing to a wide range of readers. Additionally, graphic novels are often used to address complex and mature themes, such as mental health and social issues, which can make them a powerful tool for education and social commentary. Furthermore, graphic novels have also been recognized for their artistic merit and have been awarded literary awards such as the Pulitzer Prize. As a result, graphic novels are becoming more widely accepted and respected as a legitimate form of literature.

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