March: Book One | Study Guide

Andrew Aydin and John Lewis

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Andrew Aydin and John Lewis

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Autobiography, History, Memoir

Perspective and Narrator

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.

About the Title

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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