Paul Buhle edits nonfiction comic art since his retirement from Brown University. His latest comic history is The Art of Harvey Kurtzman. But he really enjoys leafing through his Jews and American Comics. Paul Buhle introduced Allen Ginsberg to an audience at Brown University in 1981.
Holocaust literature must now exceed hundreds of thousands of volumes, the rise of Hitler to power in Germany itself thousands more tomes, but comic art has been sparse. David Lester’s new volume is a remarkable contribution to the genre.
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