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Graphic Witness: Four Wordless Graphic Novels

Graphic Witness: Four Wordless Graphic Novels

2007 ·
·4.02·213 Ratings ·423 Pages
“ Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth. ” ― Rumi
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    ·4.31·180 Ratings
    "An absolute song for an ongoing visit with timelessness." — The New York TimesThis graphic novel by an Expressionist master offers a stunning depiction of urban Europe between the world wars. First published in Germany in 1925, it presents unforgettabl
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    2001·
    ·4.03·111 Ratings
    Produced in 1919, Passionate Journey uses Masereel's simple and precise woodcuts to present a story of one man's life and loves in post-World War I Berlin.
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    2003·
    ·4.26·2,114 Ratings
    On the Manhattan bank of the Hudson River, a small lighthouse--made of steel and painted bright red--proudly protects boats with his faithful beam. One day a great expanse of gray steel, which also shines a bright light into the fog and darkness, is built
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    1990·
    ·3.74·4,179 Ratings
    This is the story of a little cat who came to the home of a poor Japanese artist, and, by humility and devotion, brought him good fortune.
  • Gods' Man: A Novel in Woodcuts

    2004·
    ·4.22·591 Ratings
    The most important work of American artist and illustrator Lynd Ward, Gods' Man is a powerfully evocative novel, told entirely through woodcuts. Ward (1905–85), in employing the concept of the wordless pictorial narrative, acknowledged his predecessors
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    1992·
    ·3.89·153 Ratings
    Told only in pictures, this is the story of a lonely farm boy who confuses his dreams of adventure on a winged pony with reality.
  • Madman's Drum: A Novel in Woodcuts

    2005·
    ·3.99·165 Ratings
    "Ward is ranked among the finest American wood engravers of the 20th century." — artoftheprint.comOne of the finest American wood engravers of the twentieth century and an outstanding artist of any era, Lynd Ward (1905-85) created a series of fantastic
  • The Biggest Bear

    1952·
    ·4.04·4,002 Ratings
    Johnny goes hunting for a bearskin to hang on his family's barn and returns with a small bundle of trouble.
  • Bright Island

    1965·
    ·3.88·260 Ratings
    Born and raised on Bright Island off the Maine coast, Thankful Curtis is more like her sea captain grandfather than any of her older brothers are. Nothing suits her better than sailing and helping her father with the farm. But when her dreaded sisters-in-
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