Tree of Love: Songs of Our Ancestors, Volume III, Volume 3

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NBM Pub., 2002 - Fiction - 48 pages
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In the next volume of Patrick Atangan's Asian folktale collection, Tree of Love celebrates India's tradition of elevating romance to a work of art. Atangan adapts Rajput polyptych paintings of northern India and transforms them into a unique and poetic comic experience. Tree of Love follows a prince's courtship of a flower peddler. The young prince is surprised by the difficulty in proving the worthiness of what everyone sees as a common woman. But she has a secret, a special gift bound in the beauty and power of nature.
Each page faithfully ornaments Tree of Love's painfully universal story about the intricacies of love.

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Tree of Love: Songs of Our Ancestors (Songs of Our Ancestors)

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In this third volume of Atangan's "Songs of Our Ancestors" series of Asian tales (following The Yellow Jar and The Silk Tapestry), it's evident that the cartoonist has been let down by his editor ... Read full review

Review: Silk Tapestry and Other Chinese Folktales (Songs of Our Ancestors #2)

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A graphic novel version of a few Chinese folktales. Nicely done. Read full review

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