Palestine is a non-fiction graphic novel written and drawn by Joe Sacco about his experiences in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in December and January Sacco's portrayal of the situation emphasizes the history and plight of the Palestinian people, as a group and as individuals. Palestine has ratings and reviews. Jan said: Old-School JournalismOver the past few decades, journalism has lost much of its credibility and. 4 Jan Joe Sacco's comic-book format provides an unlikely but compelling insight into the Palestinian experience in Palestine.
Prior to Safe Area Gorazde: The War In Eastern Bosnia — Joe Sacco's breakthrough novel of graphic journalism — the acclaimed author was best known for Palestine, a two-volume graphic novel that won an American Book Award in Fantagraphics Books is pleased to present the first single- volume. Buy Palestine 01 by Joe Sacco (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Palestine [Joe Sacco, Edward W. Said] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A landmark of journalism and the art form of comics. Based on several months of research and an extended visit to the West Bank and Gaza Strip in the early s.
Al Jazeera speaks to the award-winning cartoonist and author of comic book, Palestine. 21 Oct The conflict between Israel and Palestine is not easy to grasp. That it seems like it has been going on forever has also diminished the “appeal” of engaging the conflict, or at least the novelty of doing so. In only fits and starts it seems the American media covers the conflict—when fighting breaks out in Gaza. 23 Dec And it is equally unsurprising that Said, when asked to write a brief introductory essay to the collected edition of the Maltese-American journalist Joe Sacco's Palestine (), not only accepted, but entitled the prefatory piece as nothing less than a “Homage to Joe Sacco”. Originally published serially in.