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Through Hell with Hiprah Hunt.

Author: Art Young
Publisher: Dover Publications, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Populist preacher Hiprah "Hell-fire" Hunt is obsessed with proving the existence of Hell, and Dante's Inferno is his constant companion. When the evangelist mysteriously disappears for six weeks, it's hardly surprising to hear that he's been to Hell and back. This comic graphic novel depicts his odyssey among the damned, where corrupt politicians, bores, frauds, and other sinners receive their just punishments.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Humor
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Art Young
ISBN: 0486811883 9780486811888
OCLC Number: 947084314
Description: 1 online resource

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Populist preacher Hiprah "Hell-fire" Hunt is obsessed with proving the existence of Hell, and Dante's Inferno is his constant companion. When the evangelist mysteriously disappears for six weeks, it's hardly surprising to hear that he's been to Hell and back. This comic graphic novel depicts his odyssey among the damned, where corrupt politicians, bores, frauds, and other sinners receive their just punishments. American cartoonist and writer Arthur Henry "Art" Young (1866{u2013}1943) is best known for his socialist cartoons, particularly those drawn from 1911{u2013}17 for the left-wing political magazine The Masses. Young's lifelong enthusiasm for the works of Gustav Doré {u2014} particularly the French artist's interpretation of Dante's Inferno {u2014} inspired this humorous 1901 publication. Anyone with an interest in political cartoons, early cartoons, and socialist cartoons will be fascinated by this marvel of invention and craftsmanship and its unique reinterpretation of one of literature's great classics.

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