Society & Politics

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  • Billionaires by Darryl Cunningham (PB)

    Who are the super-rich in our society, and how do they have such disproportionate political and cultural influence on our lives? How did they acquire their wealth, and what are their lives like?

    'Like Darryl Cunningham’s previous graphic novels, Billionaires displays his brilliant faculty for communicating serious and complex information in an accessible and entertaining way—something that the comic media can excel at. Immaculately researched and clearly told, this book should be required reading—by everyone!' Bryan Talbot, writer/artist

    Paperback. 240 pages, 23cm x 16cm

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  • Escaping Wars and Waves By Olivier Kugler (HB)

    Kugler's compelling series of evocative drawings documents the experiences of Syrian refugees he met in Iraqi Kurdistan, Greece, France, Germany, Switzerland and England. Hardback, 80 pages. Size: 29.7cm x 23cm.

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  • The Women's Atlas by Joni Seager (PB)

    This ground-breaking book of infographics charts the status of women worldwide - the advances they have made and the distances still to be travelled. Paperback. 23cm x 17cm. 208 pages. Learn More

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  • Marie Duval by Simon Grennan, Rodger Sabin and Julian Waite

    Marie Duval (1847–1890) was a groundbreaking Victorian female cartoonist whose wide range of work, depicting an urban, often working class milieu, has been largely forgotten. This is a book for pleasure: the first to celebrate her life and work. 'Marie Duval is one of the forgotten wonders of 19th-century art. Her drawings have something in common with Honoré Daumier, but also look forward almost uncannily to modern comics in their fantastical surreal wit.'
    Jonathan Jones, The Guardian 'A superb study…Combining fascinating insight with honesty and appraisal, we’re treated to an extraordinary journey into the world of late Victorian humour… positively glorious.'
    John Freeman, Down the Tubes Hardback: 144 Size: 278 mm x 216 mm Learn More

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