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Andrew Aydin and John Lewis
Autobiography, History, Memoir
March: Book One is narrated in the first person from the perspective of John Lewis.
As graphic nonfiction, March: Book One relies largely on dialogue, which is written in the present tense. Passages of narration are in the past tense.
March references the act of nonviolent political protest: marching. Presented in the style of a graphic novel, it is the first in a series of three books detailing the life of civil rights activist and U.S. Congressman John Lewis (b. 1940).
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