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Abandon the Old in Tokyo (Paperback)
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Abandon the Old in Tokyo (Paperback)

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Paperback 224 Pages / Published: 20/05/2012
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Publisher: Drawn and Quarterly
ISBN: 9781770460775
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 327 g
Dimensions: 235 x 184 x 13 mm


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Praise for Yoshihiro Tatsumi:
" These stories . . . reveal an artist who was making comics that weren' t just adult, but truly mature." "-- The Village Voice ""
"" The author' s careful control of line expresses a broad range of emotion, and his layouts are so thoughtfully paced that his craft becomes invisible, always serving the story rather than drawing attention to itself." "-- The Washington Post""
"" Tatsumi makes it so any of his characters could be any of the others, crafting a powerful and still-potent commentary on the social and sexual roles of Japanese society." "-- The Miami Herald
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Praise for Yoshihiro Tatsumi:
"These stories . . . reveal an artist who was making comics that weren't just adult, but truly mature." "--The Village Voice "
"
""The author's careful control of line expresses a broad range of emotion, and his layouts are so thoughtfully paced that his craft becomes invisible, always serving the story rather than drawing attention to itself." "--The Washington Post"
"
""Tatsumi makes it so any of his characters could be any of the others, crafting a powerful and still-potent commentary on the social and sexual roles of Japanese society." "--The Miami Herald
"
Praise for Yoshihiro Tatsumi:

"These stories . . . reveal an artist who was making comics that weren't just adult, but truly mature." "--The Village Voice "
"
""The author's careful control of line expresses a broad range of emotion, and his layouts are so thoughtfully paced that his craft becomes invisible, always serving the story rather than drawing attention to itself." "--The Washington Post"
"
""Tatsumi makes it so any of his characters could be any of the others, crafting a powerful and still-potent commentary on the social and sexual roles of Japanese society." "--The Miami Herald
"

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