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Graphic Novels
  • Author:
    Milt Gross
  • ISBN:
    0896593673
  • ISBN13:
    978-0896593671
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  • Publisher:
    Abbeville Press; 1st Abbeville Press ed edition (March 1, 1983)
  • Pages:
    246 pages
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    Graphic Novels
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com Passion for books. ISBN 10: 0896593673 ISBN 13: 9780896593671. Publisher: Abbeville Press, 1983. Cartoons tell the story of a young trapper whose crafty partner steals their profits and convinces the trapper's girlfriend, a beautiful singer, that the trapper is dead. Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds.

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the great American novel and not a word in it-no music, too. 1st Abbeville Press ed. by Gross, Milt. Stories without words. Published 1983 by Abbeville Press in New York. Originally published: He done her wrong. Doubleday, Doran, 1930.

While this day has come and gone, and I’m glad it did, for now I’ve read Milt Gross’ great American novel with no words, and it’s even greater than that! I’d was reading the introduction to a collection of Lynd Ward’s woodcut novels when I learned that Milt Gross published a parody of Ward’s heavy-handed but beautifully rendered graphic novel GODS’ MAN. It’s called HE DONE HER WRONG, and I had it on the shelf, another of the many books I obsessively bought in preparation for this day, I guess.

Gods' Man was the first American wordless novel, and is considered a. .American Novel, and not a word in it-no music too" Left-leaning artists and writers admired the book, and Ward frequently received poetry based on it.

Gods' Man was the first American wordless novel, and is considered a precursor of the graphic novel, whose development it influenced. The success of Gods' Man led to the American publication of Nückel's Destiny in 1930. In 1930 cartoonist Milt Gross parodied Gods' Man and silent melodrama films in a wordless novel of his own, He Done Her Wrong, subtitled "The Great American Novel, and not a word in it-no music too"  . Left-leaning artists and writers admired the book, and Ward frequently received poetry based on it.

Hardcover, 276 pages, 7-in x 8-in. published by Doubleday. This graphic masterpiece is the result of Gross' prior collaboration with Charlie Chaplin on the 1928 silent-era film classic "The Circus.

In 1930, Gross published what many consider his masterpiece, the pantomime tale He Done Her Wrong: The Great American Novel and Not a Word in It - No Music, Too. Minus words, this "novel" is composed entirely of pen-and-ink cartoons, nearly 300 pages long, and is comparable to such silent films serials as The Perils of Pauline

The book was first published in 1930 but never sold well and had long been out . The same year that Alay-Oop came out, the cartoonist Milt Gross published a parody of the form titled He Done Her Wrong (subtitled.

The book was first published in 1930 but never sold well and had long been out of print. Whether one considers Alay-Oop a graphic novel or simply a precursor to the genre, it was in many ways a product of its time. In the previous decade, the Belgian artist Frans Masereel and American artist Lynd Ward released woodcut novels to great success. The same year that Alay-Oop came out, the cartoonist Milt Gross published a parody of the form titled He Done Her Wrong (subtitled The Great American Novel and not a Word in It-No Music, Too), a tale of true love (interrupted by a villain) that featured hand-drawn images in the vein of the comic strips he made for. newspapers.

Cartoons tell the story of a young trapper whose crafty partner steals their profits and convinces the trapper's girlfriend, a beautiful singer, that the trapper is dead