A Jewish woman’s view

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June 24, 2016 23:54
Israel comics exhibition

Dr. Dalia Manor, director and curator of the Negev museum of Art (left) and Sara Lightman, exhibition curator. (photo credit: OR ALEXENBERG)

 
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As dedications go, the opening inscription of the book Graphic Details: Jewish Women’s Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews is at the high end of the precise and self-exegetic scale. “To the 18 artists in this book and to all the women around the world who are bravely making comics about their own lives,” proffers the author Sarah Lightman.

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