Blankets: an illustrated novel

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Top Shelf, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 582 pages
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At 592 pages, Blankets may well be the single largest graphic novel ever published without being serialized first. Wrapped in the landscape of a blustery Wisconsin winter, Blankets explores the sibling rivalry of two brothers growing up in the isolated country, and the budding romance of two coming-of-age lovers. A tale of security and discovery, of playfulness and tragedy, of a fall from grace and the origins of faith. A profound and utterly beautiful work from Craig Thompson. The New Printing corrects 3 small typos, widening the spine graphics, but otherwise is identical to the first printing.

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User Review  - krau0098 - LibraryThing

This is the second graphic novel I have read by Thompson. While I didn’t enjoy Blankets as much as Habibi; I thought it was still a very well done graphic novel. The drawing is very well done and the ... Read full review

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User Review  - jessicadelellis - LibraryThing

I read this book for one of my philosophy classes. I have to write a paper on this book so my feelings on this book may change later on. The story was deep, but it faltered slightly towards the end which is why I couldn't give it 5 stars. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Craig Thompson was made in Michigan in 1975, but risen up in Wisconsin and he drawed this very here book after departin' for Portland, Oregon, in 1997 and missing likewise his chums and girl-buddies.
He's mostest beknown for his best-sold graphical novel book "Blankets" -- to be winning also three Harvey Awards and two Ignatz Awards. Translationized into thirteen -- count 'em -- languages, lands like Morocco and Switzerland and Phoenix, but he's plopped hisself settled-like in Portland. For the being-time.