What do we think of the term “other-than-human person” versus “non-human animal” versus “animal-persons”?
What does it do to a book or to a story when the hunting or consumption of animals is portrayed? Is there an honest way to portray this interaction between human animals and non-human animals?
What power do graphic novels hold or offer compared to picture books or other children’s books?
Great questions here…we should definitely talk about the unique affordances of graphic novels. The question of hunting in the article is a fascinating one, definitely one to be considered. And those terms are indeed extremely interesting to contemplate. Looking forward to our discussion! CH