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Una Vida Errante

September 25, 2020

Titulo del libro: Una Vida Errante

Look at the World Award at the Angoulême International Comic Show 2012 Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize 2009Yoshihiro Tatsumi is a seminal figure in the history of Japanese comics, whose work enjoys worldwide recognition. He is the father of gekiga, a different type of comic, more cultured and literary than most of the manga of his time, and which can be considered the equivalent of the current graphic novel. A wandering life offers a story in two volumes and in first person of the evolution of the sleeve since it was considered a? Thing of children? Until it becomes a vital part of the Japanese cultural landscape. Tatsumi invested eleven years of his life in the making of this monumental autobiographical work (both volumes total 850 pages), beginning with his childhood experiences in Osaka and passing through his Adolescence and youth in a Japan overwhelmed by the shadows of World War II. Through his alter ego, Hiroshi, Tatsumi shows the deteriorating marriage of his parents, the fragile health of his jealous brother and the numerous pitfalls to be faced In the competitive world of the manga market in Japan in the mid-twentieth century. A wandering life is a personal and passionate book, but it is also an ambitious work on a person and a country in transition.? [A life of wandering] is a book that offers a manga story from the inside, an incisive vision of Japan after The Hiroshima bomb and a portrait of the artist in search of himself. One of the most remarkable achievements of the medium ?. In the hands of a talent like Tatsumi [...] discover hidden worlds and illuminate dark corners of the human condition. Bookforum? The father of the most learned and literary Japanese comic builds an autobiographical account and also an indulgent criticism of Japanese society. El PaísLook at the World Award at the Angoulême International Comic Show 2012 Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize 2009Yoshihiro Tatsumi is the seminal figure in the history of Japanese comics, whose work enjoys worldwide recognition. He is the father of gekiga, a different type of comic, more cultured and literary than most of the manga of his time, and which can be considered the equivalent of the current graphic novel. A wandering life offers a story in two volumes and in first person of the evolution of the sleeve since it was considered a? Thing of children? Until it becomes a vital part of the Japanese cultural landscape. Tatsumi invested eleven years of his life in the making of this monumental autobiographical work (both volumes total 850 pages), beginning with his childhood experiences in Osaka and passing through his Adolescence and youth in Japan overwhelmed by the shadows of World War II. Through his alter ego, Hiroshi, Tatsumi shows the deteriorating marriage of his parents, the fragile health of his jealous brother and the numerous pitfalls to be faced In the competitive world of the manga market in Japan in the mid-twentieth century. A wandering life is a personal and passionate book, but it is also an ambitious work on a person and a country in transition.? [A life of wandering] is a book that offers a manga story from the inside, an incisive vision of Japan after The Hiroshima bomb and a portrait of the artist in search of himself. One of the most remarkable achievements of the medium? In the hands of a talent like Tatsumi [...] discover hidden worlds and illuminate dark corners of the human condition. Bookforum? The father of the most learned and literary Japanese comic builds an autobiographical account and also an indulgent criticism of Japanese society. The country

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