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She Who Lives Again: Book Review: She Who Lives Again

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She Who Lives Again She Who Lives Again is a fictional graphic novel set in a fictional southern United States during the pre-Civil War era. It loosely based on the Bell witch myth and is influenced by American Horror Story (TV Series). The story explores the implications of racism and revolves around an African American woman and a White man in a relationship that is heavily looked down upon by society. She is eventually hunted by extremists and killed in front of a crowd. She returns as a ghost, drives her most powerful enemy to insanity and kills through controlling a bull. The story is built upon the social structure of racism, which drives the background, main plot, and the actions of the characters. The novel is set in a fictional Jackson, Mississippi in the 1840s during the build up to…show more content…
Inception provided him with the idea that one could subtly manipulate ones actions, but a scene where the player plays from a dog’s perspective from the video game Grand Theft Auto V provided him with the idea to fully control a being and see things from its perspective. This novel is loosely based around the myth of the Bell witch, who caused many small noises and annoyances at a house due to a misdealing with the purchase of slaves and land. She became notorious for torturing families and lingering around after her enemies had died, like Makayla. [5] Visual, Literary and Historical References The cover of the graphic novel borrows themes of destruction and misery from the Fallout series. The Fallout series is a post-apocalyptic environment filled with run down cities and a society with an extremely bleak future. [6] Makayla sees the world in a similar manner: she had little hope of escaping to the North or the South enacting abolitionist/freeing acts. Albert attributes the lack of color to the division of opinions between the North and South during the