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Posted September 2, 2002
There are certain random geniuses for whom no traditional form of expression is quite adequate, and the true geniuses -- like Lynda Barry -- invent their own. To call these amazing works of art "cartoons" or "comic strips" falls short. In fifteen illustrated chapters of "autobifictionography" Barry takes on the demons -- societal, psychological, and personal -- that haunt us all. From lost childhood to stolen elections, her unique voice speaks to the fear and hilarity that thread their way though every human life. No one can match Barry's articulation of the emotional lives of damaged children. And let's face it -- weren't we all?
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Posted February 28, 2014
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