Dante's Inferno Paperback – 10 Oct 2012
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The best introduction imaginable to the greatest poem ever written. --Nick Lezard - The Guardian
Raise your hopes all ye who enter here...Hunt Emerson's INFERNO is hot as hell! -- --Sir Christopher Frayling
"I m hoping plans are in action to adapt the other two parts of the Divine Comedy (Purgatorio and Paradiso), because I feel that Hunt Emerson and Kevin Jackson have done such a magnificent job with Inferno that I am already enthusiastically awaiting their follow up to it." - --Cuckoo Review
About the Author
HUNT EMERSON began drawing comics in the early 1970s, and is among Britain's best humorous cartoonists. His irreverent adaptations of literature include Lady Chatterley's Lover, The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner and the life of Casanova in Casanova's Last Stand. He has worked with Kevin Jackson on comic books dealing with the ideas of 19th century artist, writer, critic and political theorist John Ruskin. Most recently he has drawn Little Plum and Ratz for The Beano. He has won many awards including the UK s Strip Cartoonist of the Year, and was chosen as one of 75 Masters of European Comics by France's CNBDI. His work has been translated into 10 languages. Much of his life has been influenced by childhood readings of MAD magazine.
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Finally understood something about the famous inferno - it makes tackling the real thing less daunting.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
Hunt Emerson and Dante were made for each other. Emerson brings his darkly humorous cult style to an extraordinary rendition of the Renaissance masterpiece - and it succeeds. Read morePublished on 24 July 2013 by scattergood