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Murasaki, Yamada: Second Hand Love

 

Drawn soon after the critically-acclaimed Talk to My Back, the two stories in Second Hand Love mark the triumphant return of Yamada Murasaki, one of literary manga's most respected feminist voices. Through a cracked door, heartsick Emi hears a playful growl. Cautiously, she lets her lover in-a wolf of a man wielding a bouquet of roses. His shoulders must have been four inches wider than mine. As I stood behind him, I fantasized about the broadness of his chest and the thickness of his neck... and about becoming his mistress once again.

 

Autor Murasaki, Yamada
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2024
Seitenangabe 228 S.
Meldetext in der Regel innert 2-5 Werktagen lieferbar. Abweichungen werden nach Bestelleingang per Mail gemeldet.
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Masse H20.8 cm x B15.3 cm x D1.4 cm 408 g
Verlag Drawn & Quarterly

 

Drawn soon after the critically-acclaimed Talk to My Back, the two stories in Second Hand Love mark the triumphant return of Yamada Murasaki, one of literary manga's most respected feminist voices. Through a cracked door, heartsick Emi hears a playful growl. Cautiously, she lets her lover in-a wolf of a man wielding a bouquet of roses. His shoulders must have been four inches wider than mine. As I stood behind him, I fantasized about the broadness of his chest and the thickness of his neck... and about becoming his mistress once again.

 

CHF 29.90
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-1-77046-718-7
Verfügbarkeit: in der Regel innert 2-5 Werktagen lieferbar. Abweichungen werden nach Bestelleingang per Mail gemeldet.

Über den Autor Murasaki, Yamada

Yamada Murasaki (1948-2009) debuted as a cartoonist in 1969. Informed by her upbringing-she was raised mainly by her grandmother-and a background in design and poetry, Yamada's early work was unique in form and content, offering realistic portraits of young women negotiating complicated family situations and the passage to adulthood. In the late '70s, after having a family of her own, her work shifted to young mothers negotiating children, husbands, and the balance between social responsibilities as a housewife and self-respect as a woman. Yamada published manga in practically every issue of Garo from 1978 to 1986, and is considered the first cartoonist to use the artistic freedoms of alternative manga to explore motherhood and domesticity with an unromantic eye.

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