Princeton: Kitchen Sink Press, 1991. Nr. 657/900 eks! Førteudgaven. HC.
MINT / NEAR MINT
Limited Edition. Hardcover. Signed in ink by Will Eisner to bookplate at front free endpaper.
10 1/4″ X 8″. 207pp. Numbered 657 of 900 at bookplate.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
An extraordinary autobiography story from a legend in American comics.
Will Eisner’s To the Heart of the Storm is an autobiographical novel that examines hot the anti-Semitism a youth experiences in the America of the 1920s and ’30s shapes his personality and life. This graphic novel is also a touching family history, told through flashbacks as the young man rides a troop train to basic training immediately after the entry of the United States into World War II. Poignant yet tough, uncompromising yet humorous, To the Heart of the Storm captures a turbulent era in American history when the country was inexorably marching toward war, carrying along all its ethnic, racial and religious misunderstandings.