Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Number of pages: 96
Weight: 397 g
Dimensions: 222 x 160 x 17 mm
"A fascinating and original book, which will have wide appeal - not just to fathers and daughters!" -- Jennifer Coates
"[Am]bitious, entertaining and perceptive...blends a first-time script from Mary Talbot with stunning drawings and design from her husband, Bryan... It's a small triumph." -- Tim Martin * Daily Telegraph *
"Elegantly drawn and fluidly told, like Alison Bechdel's graphic memoir, Fun Home, this is a moving take on fathers, daughters and literature." -- Tom Gatti * The Times *
"Lucia Joyce's tragic descent from creativity into fragmentation is brilliantly brought home by the writing and art of the Talbot team." -- Lucille Redmond * Irish Times *
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