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War of streets and houses

Sophie Yanow

War of streets and houses

by Sophie Yanow

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Published by Uncivilized Books in Minneapolis, MN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personal narratives,
  • Student strikes,
  • Police,
  • Comic books, strips

  • About the Edition

    An American artist witnesses the Quebec spring 2012 student strike on the streets of Montreal. The brutal police response and their violent tactics trigger an exploration of urban planning and its hidden connections to military strategies. Marshal Bugeaud"s urban warfare tactics in Algeria, Haussmann"s plan for Paris, planning and repression in the New World; theory and personal experience collide into an ambitious and poetic cartoon memoir.

    Edition Notes

    StatementSophie Yanow
    ContributionsKaczynski, Tom, 1973- book designer, editor, McKeen, Joel, book producer
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF1054.5.M85 Y36 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 pages
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27157999M
    ISBN 100984681485
    ISBN 109780984681488
    OCLC/WorldCa875585633

    Not many graphic novels treat buildings and cities as an integral part of their stories, so I'm intrigued by War of Streets and Houses, a new graphic memoir from cartoonist and author Sophie Yanow. [All images via Uncivilized Books] Text from the publisher: The War of Streets and Houses is named after General Thomas Bugeaud's 19th century essay; the first manual for the preparation and conduct. War of Streets and Houses 作者: Sophie Yanow 出版社: Uncivilized Books 出版年: 页数: 60 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: 豆瓣评分Author: Sophie Yanow.

    Willis Pierce is one of those loners whose few moments of pleasure come privately—from running city streets or eating pizza—rather than from people. His father's an unreliable alcoholic, his mother's warm but beaten down, and Willis, who's moved around too often, expects nothing from the kids at school. When Rabbit Slavin's gang tries to rough him up, he looks for revenge; when ""Richard.   The towns and homes and landscapes we inhabit come alive around us. The streets cry out with stories. Homes creak and buzz with memory. We pass on and the story of the place continues. In literature, houses may come alive with literal hauntings. But to me, more intriguing are books about houses where the house is alive of its own volition.

      “This book explores the homes into which they were raised during some of the most interesting years of change in post-war Britain.” 16 Many old houses were demolished in Author: Jennifer Newton.   Tr.3, side B 'They Worshipped Cats' (12"LP) - AUKLP ℗ A Recordings LTD, © Les Big Byrd Words by Joakim Åhlund Music by Frans Johansson & .


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