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Frederick Byrn Køhlert's monograph on autobiographical comics argues that 'the form's self-reflective engagement with autobiographical representations [...] might matter politically, especially for people on the social and cultural margins'. He thus places his work explicitly in a tradition of scholarship that frames comics autobiography as a vehicle through which marginalised voices can be given a platform, developing works such as Hilary Chute's Graphic Women and standing alongside moredoi:10.21827/ejlw.9.36079 fatcat:e7vufyo5gbf35m4kaz2jyqokpa