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A Contract with God[edit]

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This is Will Eisner's first graphic novel, and the book credited with popularizing the term "graphic novel". The article has recently become a Good Article, and I hope to nominate it as a Featured Article Candidate in the near future. Please split any hairs you see fit with this article.

Thanks, Curly Turkey (gobble) 08:14, 1 February 2014 (UTC)

Not going to do a full review: but here is the order I generally see well organized (and intuitive) novels articles: Lead, Background, Plot, Style/Analysis, Reception, Publication history, adaptation. This leads to a more logical connection between the various main content parts (Lead through Style/Analysis) and the contextual real world information (Reception thru adaptation), which alot of people aren't looking for, can be pushed towards the end. Sadads (talk) 23:04, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
I've shifted the sections around, but not quite in the way you've proposed—seen a lot of different arguments for the order of sections—some insisting that "Publication history" must come first, and the Novels MoS advises Lead => Plot => Characters => Major themes => Style => Background => Publication history => Reception => Adaptations. Curly Turkey (gobble) 01:16, 4 February 2014 (UTC)