The article suggests a new way of approaching Shakespeare at school: Manga, as much as cinema or any other form of modern media and communication, has turned out to be a good way of introducing Shakespeare's work to Italian high school students. In particular, the article focuses on 'Julius Caesar' and its manga version, pointing out how the illustrator has managed to trasnpose the main ideas of the original text into his images.

Vallaro, C., Shakespeare e il fumetto manga, <<NUOVA SECONDARIA>>, 2014; (Ottobre): 84-90 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/60055]

Shakespeare e il fumetto manga

Vallaro, Cristina
2014

Abstract

The article suggests a new way of approaching Shakespeare at school: Manga, as much as cinema or any other form of modern media and communication, has turned out to be a good way of introducing Shakespeare's work to Italian high school students. In particular, the article focuses on 'Julius Caesar' and its manga version, pointing out how the illustrator has managed to trasnpose the main ideas of the original text into his images.
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Vallaro, C., Shakespeare e il fumetto manga, <<NUOVA SECONDARIA>>, 2014; (Ottobre): 84-90 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/60055]
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