Stuck Rubber Baby trancurre durante los a os 60 en el sur de los Estados Unidos, cuando Kennedy era presidente, las luchas por los derechos civiles estaban en su apogeo y la discriminaci n estaba a la orden del d a El protagonista de esta historia parcialmente autobiogr fica es Toland Polk, un joven blanco sin rumbo rodeado por la olla a presi n del racismo y la segregaci n que, por si fuera poco, es gay, aunque se niegue a admit rselo incluso a s mismo A trav s de su encuentro con todo tipo de gente, Toland se ver obligado a asumir qui n es l realmente y el mundo en el que vive Entre los numerosos galardones y nominaciones que ha ganado, destacan los premios Eisner y Harvey de 1996 a la mejor novela gr fica, el de la cr tica del festival de Angoul me y el de mejor novela gr fica en los premios Comic Art del Reino Unido....
|Title||:||Stuck Rubber Baby. Mundos diferentes (Sillón Orejero)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Publisher||:||Astiberri Ediciones Auflage 1 1 September 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||209 Pages|
|File Size||:||769 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Stuck Rubber Baby. Mundos diferentes (Sillón Orejero) Reviews
Diese Graphic Novel ist wirlich interessant zu lesen. Man schafft es sich in die Hauptfiguren reinzuversetzen, man lernt die Geschichte aus einer anderen Seite kennen. Ich würde es jedem empfehlen. Es war meine erste Graphic Novel und dank diesem Werk auch nicht die letzte.
I expected to enjoy this graphic novel; I am squarely in the middle of the intended reader demographic, a 40 year old gay man that enjoys comics.I did NOT expect to find such real characters, real people, better developed and better realized than in any recent "regular" novel I have read.The clincher that this is a five star story? I passed it to my (heterosexual) brother to read, and he enjoyed it immensely. I believe the measure of a story should be that an unintended audience finds it as interesting or entertaining as the intended one, and in this circumstance, that was certainly the case. Well done, Mr. Cruse.
purchased for our daughter who is completing her 2nd. Bachelor's Degree. She wants very much to help young people learn the wonders of not only English, but of the educational advantages of being involved in performing arts while in school. It helps young people in all walks of life.It helps then learning to inbteract in this world of technology. Most importantly reading books, and getting involved with the arts is something all young people should be exposed too.
Howard Cruse was far ahead of his time when he wove this graphic novel from the life and times of a generation coming of age between Birmingham and Woodstock. Any young person exhausted and conflicted by the stress of "identity politics" today will marvel at this tale of an age when all kinds of people gathered in the night shadows to dance and sing & love together because love was dangerous but it mattered.
I have never been a fan of graphic novels but was more than pleasantly surprised with this book. Not only was the story compelling in itself, this fresh look at the convergence of civil rights, both racial and sexual, in the Southern US during the age of Aquarius is an important addition to the literature of that era. Reading the dialog in air bubbles was not the problem I thought it might be and the uniform excellence of the drawing brought the narrative alive in what you come to believe is the only way it could have been done. I am a believer and recommend this work to anyone who is interested in the continuing development of uniquely American artistic expression.
This is honestly one of the best graphic novels out there. Same level as Fun Home by Alison Bechdel, but with an insane level of detail. The story is fantastically written and drawn, and why are you still reading this buy it buy it buy it.