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Edité par Pantheon, 1986
Soft cover. Etat : Near Fine. No Jacket. 2nd Edition. signed by Spiegelman on title page; signature obtained in person by bookseller; slight wear along some edges; unread condition; first graphic novel to win the Pulitzer Prize. Signed by Author(s).
Edité par Pantheon, New York, 1992
Vendeur : Bolerium Books Inc., San Francisco, CA, Etats-Unis
Paperback. 159p., graphic novel illustrated in b&w cartoon strips, personal inscription and Maus sketch signed by Spiegelman, very good reprint paperback in Frenchfold pictorial wraps with lightly sunned spine. Notice on inner flap that the book was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1992.
Edité par Pantheon Books, 1992
Soft cover. Etat : Good. Spiegelman, Art. Maus: A Survivor s Tale; Part 1: My Father Bleeds History (1992). Pantheon Books. New York. Signed by the author. Softcover. Bumping to corners and rubbing to cover edges, as shown. Bend to front cover, as shown. Shelf wear to top and tail of spine. Binding is sound and interior pages are clean and bright. Illustrated endpapers with signature on front free paper. 6.5 X 9.1 (116.3 X 23). Paper flaps; Half-title; Title Page; Publisher s Page; pp.5-159; Illustrated Endpapers. Minor tear to back cover flap, as shown. Bridging the gap between memoir, history, and autobiography, Maus was serialized in Raw from 1980 to 1991, with a collected volume being released in 1986. Maus weaves together two timelines, one in the narrative present, which acts as the framework for the story, and one in the narrative past. The past focuses on the time period from the 1930 s, through the Holocaust in 1945. Originally conceptualized around racism in America, Spiegelman used an anecdote from his father as the basis for a short comic, which then spawned a series of interviews, which became the basis for Maus. Instead of being branded as a comic book in the golden age of Marvel and DC, Maus was labelled a Graphic Novel. This definition made it possible to sell Maus in bookstores instead of comic shops, which contributed to its wide success. With active themes of memory, race representation, and complex racism, Maus has made its mark not only as an important piece of literature, but as a phenomenon, spawning new terms and concepts. Art Spiegelman (1948 - ) is an American cartoonist, editor and author. Spiegelman developed an interest comics at a young age, beginning his career at the age of 16, and was a key figure in the underground comix movement of the 70 s. During this time, he built a reputation as an avant-garde artist. Signed by Author(s).
Edité par Pantheon, 1997
Vendeur : THE HERMITAGE BOOKSHOP, Denver, CO, Etats-Unis
Edition originale Signé
First edition first printing. Signed by Spiegelman on verso ffep. 1992 Pulitzer Prize Winner. Subject to protests and book-burnings, banned from school curricula, criticized by portions of the literary world, Maus forced the world to reimagine how we think about and approach conversations of racism, war, guilt, and memory. The first graphic novel to win the Pulitzer, Maus now stands as one of the cornerstones of literary creativity. Fine in fine dust jacket, in mylar cover.
Edité par Pantheon, 1986
Livre Edition originale Signé
Soft cover. Etat : Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. A box set of A Survivor's Tale I and II; Each is signed by Spiegelman with a unique drawing of a large mouse and each has a balloon with the words For Ed; both books are in a box; slight edgewear; unread; Volume 2 is the first paperback; Volume 1 is a later edition; exceptional. Signed by Author(s).
Edité par New York : Pantheon Books, 1986
Soft cover. Etat : Very Good. Softcover inscribed to the famous author Martin Amis, together with Spiegelman's sketch of a mouse smoking. Some rubbing to cover edges, along with bumping to corners but otherwise a very good copy with bright and clean pages. A unique item, with dated signature, sketch of a mouse smoking and inscription to Martin Amis : For Martin Amis with great respect for having gotten it all backwards and right. Best - Art Spiegelman 20.3.92. Signed by Author. Book.