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discussion4 - Part B Defonseca and Menchú both...

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Part A: Does seeing history as a cartoon rather than “in the flesh” lessen its impact or its importance? Does it trivialize history? Why or why not (what does trivialize history)? What are some scenes from Maus or Petropolis that can be used to support this response? (If you have access to either book, you don’t need to limit yourself to the course selections.)
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Unformatted text preview: Part B: Defonseca and Menchú both fictionalize their accounts (to very different degrees) in order to create authority over their audiences. Do you see a difference in their approaches? Should they be regarded similarly or differently? Explain....
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