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"My comic book of the year by a mile … This believe me, has everything you could possibly want in a comic: great pictures, a multi-layered story, sharp wit." (Rachel Cooke Observer)

"Drawn in clear, clean lines, which convey its thoroughly moving tale way more effectively than you’d think they would, and the result is a tender and dead clever evocation of the still-reverberating legacy of the Holocaust." (Rachael Allen Dazed and Confused)

"A nuanced and warm-hearted piece of work." (James Smart Guardian) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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After the death of her son, Regina Segal takes her granddaughter Mica to Warsaw, hoping to reclaim a family property lost during World War II. As they get to know modern Warsaw, Regina is forced to recall difficult things about her past, and Mica begins to wonder if maybe their reasons for coming aren't a little different than her grandmother led her to believe.

Rutu Modan offers up a world populated by prickly seniors, officious public servants, and stubborn women – a world whose realism is expressed alternately in the absurdity of people’s behaviour, and in the complex consequences of their sacrifices. Modan’s ever-present wit is articulated perfectly in her clear-line style, while a subtle, almost muted colour palette complements the true-to-life nuances of her characterisation. Savvy and insightful, elegant and subtle, The Property is a triumph of storytelling and fine lines. Modan’s first full-length graphic novel, Exit Wounds, made a huge splash for this signature combination of wit, style and realism; The Property cements Modan’s status as one of the foremost cartoonists working today.

Winner of the 2014 Eisner Comic Industry Award --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Returning to Warsaw... 17 mai 2013
Par Jill Meyer - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Rutu Modan is an Israeli-born artist living with her family in London and "The Property" is her second full-length graphic novel. Her first was the wonderfully drawn and written book, "Exit Wounds". Curiously, "The Property" is the second graphic novel I've read and reviewed this week. The other one was "Letting It Go" by Miriam Katin. Both Katin and Modan's books are about Jewish women taking trips of discovery to the European countries that either they or a family member fled before or after WW2. Both books are about how the past can be integrated into the present, and maybe even, the future.

"The Property" is a story about a young woman who is accompanying her aged grandmother back to Warsaw from Israel in an attempt to straighten out some legal rights to a building the older woman may - or may not - own. The property, owned by her parents, who perished in the Holocaust, is never quite defined til the end of the book. Was it a mansion or a factory, or even, possibly, the current Warsaw Hilton! Legal title is up-for-grabs among various people; some family members, some Christian Poles who had been living in her parent's apartment since the war. Mica, the granddaughter, seems at loose-ends in her own life in Israel after her father's death. The father was the son of the grand-mother, Regina.

I don't think I'm being dramatic when I write that for Polish Jews who fled the country during the war and afterward, returning to Poland - even for a visit as Regina and Mica are doing - can be quite emotional. What went on during the war, with Polish Christians often turning on their Jewish neighbors, has been thoroughly written about and I'm sure not getting into it in this review.

The book begins with Regina and Mica traveling on an ElAl flight from Tel Aviv to Warsaw. Also on the plane are teenagers who are going to Warsaw to see the city and the various concentration camps in a group organised in Israel. The teens are in typically high spirits as they start their trip; certainly on the return flight they are much quieter and pensive. A middle-aged cantor is also flying with them and he begins to intrude on the grandmother and granddaughter. There's a connection between the three of them which will be explained later. But if the cantor's business is somewhat murky, Regina's reasons for returning to Warsaw 70 years after leaving it as a young, unwed, pregnant woman sent off to Palestine to have her baby, are equally jumbled.

After arriving in Warsaw, Regina's reasons for making the trip seem to change. A visit to a restaurant on the second floor of a building is disquieting and Regina wants to go home without making claim to whatever her parents have left her. Mica, fearing for her grandmother and her health - and possibly her sanity! - meets a young Polish Catholic artist. He helps her discover her grandmother's secrets, which in turn, affect her own life and future.

This is a wonderful novel about how the tragedies of war can be sometimes be changed by revisiting the past. Because sometimes the past can explain the present, and the truth can provide a bit of comfort of those trapped in the past.
Modan's quite a good artist and the book is excellent.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I love this. The story is along the same lines ... 23 février 2016
Par neikaplay - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I love this. The story is along the same lines or related very closely to Modan's earlier book, Exit Wounds, where a journey or search is happening. The artwork and character development is better this time however for me. It feels like a film.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Too bad graphic novels this good only come by a once ... 8 août 2014
Par E. Pierce - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Sophisticated, well plotted story full of sly humor, non-banal wistfulness with a coolly matter-if-fact tone about the underlying tragedies of history, drawn in Herge's clear line style. Too bad graphic novels this good only come by once or twice a year! The best thing that Modan's done so far, and that's saying something.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth having in a personal collection 21 novembre 2013
Par M. Kunz - Publié sur
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Such a unique art style; it kind of reminds me of the old Adventures of Tin Tin comics. The story is vastly different, though, obviously, being a combination memoir and look at family secrets. The characters are expressive with a minimalist style, and the landscapes she drew in the flashback sequences are intricate, too. The book itself (I have the hardcover edition) really feels well-made and like something you'd want to keep for a long time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Rutu Modan continues to be a delight 29 mars 2014
Par Agnes - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The graphics and story are wonderful and unpredictable. Rutu Modan continues to surprise and delight both the imagination and the eye.
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