Krazy Kat

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  • Krazy Kat

  • Auteur : Jay Cantor
  • Editeur : Vintage
  • Isbn Code : 0307778436
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Nombre de pages : 272
  • Date de publication : 2011-03-02
  • Évaluation des livres 4.5
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Krazy Kat adores Ignatz Mouse. She sees the bricks he hurls at her head as tokens of love, and each day Ignatz arranges a cunningly different method of delivery for his missile. But when Ignatz and Krazy witness the mega-brick explosion in the desert, Krazy becomes depressed, and refuses to perform. To coax her back to work so they can regain their lost limelight, Ignatz invents his own brand of psychotherapy, orchestrates her kidnapping, and tries to seduce Krazy with promises of stardom from a Hollywood producer. As the mouse confronts the Kat with bewildering new concepts like sex, death, and politics, Ignatz and Krazy begin yearning to become round, for a fullness of body and spirit beyond their two-dimensional realm. Forming an altogether witty and winning counterpoint to George Herriman’s classic comic strip, Jay Cantor’s kinetic novel has become a classic in its own right, one of those masterpieces that creates its own unforgettable universe.

In the tradition of Schulz and Peanuts, an epic and revelatory biography of Krazy Kat creator George Herriman that explores the turbulent time and place from which he emerged—and the deep secret he explored through his art. ...

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George Herriman a situé l’histoire de ses trois personnages Krazy Kat, un chat dont le sexe est inconnu, Ignatz Mouse et un chien, le Sergent Pupp (Officer Pupp) dans le comté de Coconino, au Nord de l’Arizona. Krazy Ka ...

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George Herriman a situé l’histoire de ses trois personnages Krazy Kat, un chat dont le sexe est inconnu, Ignatz Mouse et un chien, le Sergent Pupp (Officer Pupp) dans le comté de Coconino, au Nord de l’Arizona. Krazy Ka ...

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