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Titre Tunnels / Rutu Modan ; translation by Ishai Mishory ; story edits by Noah Stollman.
Auteur Modan, Rutu, 1966- author, artist
Éditeur [Montréal, Québec] : Drawn & Quarterly, [2021]
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Sujet anglais Ark of the Covenant -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Antiques -- Private collections -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Jews -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Palestinian Arabs -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Middle East -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Genre anglais Comics (Graphic works)
Sujet français Arche d'alliance -- Bandes dessinées
Antiquités (Objets anciens) -- Collections privées -- Bandes dessinées
Juifs -- Bandes dessinées
Palestiniens -- Bandes dessinées
Moyen-Orient -- Bandes dessinées
Genre français Bandes dessinées
Description 273 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Édition First edition.
Note Translation of: Mnhres.
Résumé "When a great antiquities collector is forced to donate his entire collection to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Nili Broshi sees her last chance to finish an archeological expedition begun decades earlier--a dig that could possibly yield the most important religious artifact in the Middle East. Motivated by the desire to reinstate her father's legacy as a great archeologist after he was marginalized by his rival, Nili enlists a ragtag crew--a religious nationalist and his band of hilltop youths, her traitorous brother, and her childhood Palestinian friend, now an archeological smuggler. As Nili's father slips deeper into dementia, warring factions close in on and fight over the Ark of the Covenant! Backed by extensive research into this real-world treasure hunt, Modan sets her affecting novel at the centre of a political crisis. She posits that the history of biblical Israel lies in one of the most disputed regions in the world, occupied by Israel and contested by Palestine. Often in direct competition, Palestinians and Israelis dig alongside one another, hoping to find the sacred artifact believed to be a conduit to God. Two time Eisner Award winner Rutu Modan's third graphic novel, Tunnels, is her deepest and wildest yet. Potent and funny, Modan reveals a Middle East caught up in the past while trying to inch ever forward."-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9781770464667 (hardcover)
Autre titre Mnhres. English
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