Book Form and Void (Cerebus #14) The Incredible Here Dave Sim Gerhard

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Book Info: Paperback, 370 pages Book's Category: "Sequential Art"
Form and Void (Cerebus #14)
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Date of Publication: June 30th 2003 by Aardvark-Vanheim (first published June 30th 2001) Book Stars: 3.21 of 5 stars
Language of Book: English Author's Name:
Original EBook Title: Cerebus Book 14: Form & Void (Going Home Volume II) Rating:
277 ratings

E-Book Description:

Reprinting Cerebus Issues 251-265
This book continues the storyline that began in "Going Home." Dave Sim turns his literary lens to Ernest Hemingway, using entries from Mary Hemingway's journal as script and inspiration. Beware. This is not the glowing review the most give 'Poppa', but a critical look at deeply troubled writer and his equally disfunctional wife. Dave Sim pu Reprinting Cerebus Issues 251-265
This book continues the storyline that began in "Going Home." Dave Sim turns his literary lens to Ernest Hemingway, using entries from Mary Hemingway's journal as script and inspiration. Beware. This is not the glowing review the most give 'Poppa', but a critical look at deeply troubled writer and his equally disfunctional wife. Dave Sim puts forth a well-documented argument to support his ideas. You could take him to task on his opinions, or enjoy this terrific Cerebus story without ever looking at the notes included in "To Ham or Ham Not"

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