The long march of the turkeys - Trends Business on PC

The long march of the turkeys – Trends Business on PC

After the comic book adaptation of three thrillers by Camilla Läcksberg and the excellent Anaïs Nin, on the sea of ​​lies published in 2020, the Swiss designer Léonie Bischoff is back with a solar graphic novel. In adapt…

After the comic book adaptation of three thrillers by Camilla Läcksberg and the excellent Anaïs Nin, on the sea of ​​lies published in 2020, the Swiss designer Léonie Bischoff is back with a solar graphic novel. By adapting the youth novel by the American Kathleen Karr, published in 1998 and released in French at the Ecole des Loisirs, she realizes an old dream: to draw the great American spaces. The story takes place in the middle of the 19th century, in an America that has not yet banned slavery and pushed the Indian populations west of its territory. Simon is a young boy who doesn’t shine at school. But his teacher feels he has potential and gives him a chance. Learning that more or less 1,000 km from where he lives, turkeys are worth much more, he buys 1,000 and takes to the road. If The Long Walk of the Turkeys is a summary of the American dream, this adventure story also puts the finger on the ability that we all have to reach out to someone one day.

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