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October 25, 2010

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Neither of the links in there, at least in the first item, provided any answer to the question of who did that great b&w illustration. But it has to be Rockwell Kent, correct?

Ah, that first link was inaccurate, but it's fixed now. The image is a "panel" of the woodcuts of Lynd Ward, who Spiegelman calls the one of the best early "graphic novelists." See the essay for more!

http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2010/10/13/the-woodcuts-of-lynd-ward/

May be this http://searchizz.com/search.php?q=Literary helps you?

cool! :)

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