The Tenderness Of Stones Hardcover
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|About the Author||Marion Fayolle grew up in the Ardèche region of France and graduated from the Strasbourg School of Decorative Arts in 2011. While at school, she founded the comics and illustration magazine Nyctalope with Matthias Malingrey and Simon Roussin. She is the author of six books, including In Pieces (published in English in 2013), Les amours suspendues, and The Tenderness of Stones. She has also made illustrations for various publications, including The New York Times. She lives in France. Geoffrey Brock is the author of two collections of poems, the editor of The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Italian Poetry, and the translator of books by Umberto Eco, Italo Calvino, Roberto Calasso, and others. His translation of Pinocchio appears in both the NYRB Classics series and the New York Review Children's Collection. He teaches in the MFA Program in Creative Writing & Translation at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.|
|Author 1||Marion Fayolle|
|Book Description||A surreal and stunningly beautiful graphic novel about death, mourning, and family by one of the most promising young artists working today. "We buried one of dad's lungs," announces the narrator of The Tenderness of Stones. The lung is so large it takes three men to carry it--and that is just the beginning. The family looks on as, under the dispassionate orders of anonymous white-clad strangers, their father is disassembled, piece by piece: His nose is removed from his face and tied, temporarily, to his neck; his other lung is pulled out and he is forced to lug it around in a cart; his mouth is pried off and stored away, leaving him mute. Beneath it all is one devastating truth: Soon, he will be gone entirely. Marion Fayolle is one of the most innovative young artists in contemporary comics, and in this startling, gorgeously drawn fable she offers a vision of family illness and grief that is by turns playful and profound, literal and lyrical. She captures the strange swirl of love, resentment, grief, and humor that comes as we watch a loved one transformed before our eyes, and learn to live without them.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Publisher||The New York Review of Books|