Thursday, April 19, 2007

Recommended: Joe Sacco's Palestine


Well this book is not really a book, but worth dozens of books: Joe Sacco: Palestine. The Book is written in a comic form with the most remarkable language that tells the story of Sacco's adventure in Palestine, and what he saw. Edward Said wrote the introduction, and for anyone interested to see life in Palestine or Zionist illogical "logic", then I highly recommend this comic to be read. When a friend of mine recommended the book to me, I was rather taken by surprise, in terms of "what do you mean a Comic book", guess I was proven wrong.


It tackles different issues, issues that are so many to count, but I liked the idea of certain Palestinians argued that they can easily communicate with the Arab Jews but not with the European Jews (who in Palestine back in 1910s marketed their racial idea of Zionism) who broke up the harmony of all sects living togather in the "holy lands". The Book also provides in a very smooth manner the Palestinian/Israeli clashes from different perspectives.

Pic 1 taken from here
Pic 2 taken from here

3 comments:

laila said...

interesting!

Puppeteer said...

Where can it be found? Is there any chance of finding it online ;)

yuyun said...

news reporting by journalism comic (to analyse with semiotics to joe sacco's "palestine")
this is the topic of my research to finish my study.
uniqe way to report, in-dept. without loosing objectively methods