Jimmy Corrigan (häftad)
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Yellow Jersey Press
Ware, Chris (ill.)
Chris Ware
colour illustrations
166 x 205 x 33 mm
740 g
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Jimmy Corrigan (häftad)

Jimmy Corrigan

The Smartest Kid on Earth

Häftad Engelska, 2003-05-01
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Jimmy Corrigan has rightly been hailed as the greatest graphic novel ever to be published. It won the Guardian First Book Award 2001, the first graphic novel to win a major British literary prize. It is the tragic autobiography of an office dogsbody in Chicago who one day meets the father who abandoned him as a child. With a subtle, complex and moving story and the drawings that are as simple and original as they are strikingly beautiful, Jimmy Corrigan is a book unlike any other and certainly not to be missed. **ONE OF THE GUARDIAN'S 100 BEST BOOKS OF THE 21st CENTURY**
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Chris Ware has produced a book as beautiful as any published this year, but also one which challenges us to think again about what literature is and where it is going -- Claire Armitstead * Guardian * This new book seems to be another milestone in the demonstration of what comics can be -- Art Spiegelman, author of Maus Ware is the most versatile and innovative artist the medium has known - arguably the greatest achievement of the form ever -- Dave Eggers * New York Times Book Review * Jimmy Corrigan is certainly the greatest thing in strip cartoons since Krazy Kat and Little Nemo -- Raymond Briggs A bona fide masterpiece. * Strong Words *

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Chris Ware lives in Oak Park, Chicago, Illinois. His books include Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth, which won the Guardian First Book Award in 2001, Building Stories and most recently Monograph, which is part memoir, part retrospective of his career to date. He has won countless awards for his work and has been the subject of several museum exhibitions and scholarly monographs. His work appears regularly in the New Yorker.