Building Stories (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
246
Utgivningsdatum
2012-10-01
Förlag
Jonathan Cape Ltd
Dimensioner
430 x 295 x 47 mm
Vikt
2775 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780224078122

Building Stories

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In Chris Ware's own words, 'Building Stories follows the inhabitants of a three-flat Chicago apartment house: a thirty-year-old woman who has yet to find someone with whom to spend the rest of her life; a couple who wonder if they can bear each other's company for another minute; and finally an elderly woman who never married and is the building's landlady...' The scope, the ambition, the artistry and emotional heft of this project are beyond anything even Chris Ware has achieved before.
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  1. Bara köp!

    Mkt fantastisk läsning i ett underbart format. Ska ha tagit Chris Ware 10 år att färdigställa. Så mkt detaljer. Bara att köpa!

  2. Building Stories av Chris Ware är en helt fantastisk...
    Conny Skoog, 3 juni 2013

    Building Stories av Chris Ware är en helt fantastisk samling till ett helt otroligt pris.
    Sällan har man möjlighet att ta del av ett så personligt och lekfullt verk.

  3. Årets mest fantastiska seriebok. Detta är verkligen...
    Lisa W. (Stockholm), 18 april 2013

    Årets mest fantastiska seriebok. Detta är verkligen något extra, det är mer en upplevelse. Så fint illustrerad och så komplett där man får en hel kartong med böcker, pamfletter, tidskrifter alltsammans så fint utfört. berättelserna i sig är djupsinniga, rörande och djupt berörande. Kan verkligen rekommendera denna bok till alla. En stor läsupplevelse!

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"There's nobody else doing anything in this medium that remotely approaches Ware for originality, plangency, complexity and exactitude. Astonishment is an entirely appropriate response." -- Sam Leith * Guardian * "A major moment in British cultural history." -- Christopher Frayling * Radio 4 * "Breathtaking... Staggeringly good." * Shortlist * "Just occasionally, a writer or artist - or both in one - emerges who is so astoundingly original that everything else suddenly seems like a facsimile of what has come before. Chris Ware, the 45-year-old American comics artist, is one of these. Widely hailed as one of the foremost practitioners working in the medium today, his new book, if one can call it that without being reductionist, is a work of such startling genius that it is difficult to know where to begin." -- Jake Wallis Simons * Daily Telegraph * "This is the first book which I have finished and immediately started again, wanting to experience each of the stories with full knowledge of what happens in the rest... The number of narrative techniques Ware uses in the novel is giddying... Building Stories is a stunning piece of work, proving yet again why Ware is so frequently included in lists of the greatest living cartoonists." -- Alex Hern * New Statesman *

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Chris Ware lives in Oak Park, Illinois, and is the author of Jimmy Corrigan - the Smartest Kid on Earth. He is currently serializing two new graphic novels in his ongoing periodical The ACME Novelty Library, the 20th issue of which will be released in fall 2010. He has guest-edited McSweeney's Quarterly Concern and Houghton-Mifflin's Best American Comics, and was the first cartoonist chosen to regularly serialize an ongoing story in The New York Times Magazine. A semi-regular contributor to the New Yorker, his work was included in the 2002 Whitney Biennial, was favored with an exhibit of its own at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago in 2006, and will be exhibited at the Gavle Konstcentrum in Gavle, Sweden, in 2010.