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Winsor McCay : early works. II

Author: Winsor McCay
Publisher: Miamisburg, OH : Checker Book Pub. Group, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is the second of the Checker Book Publishing Group's collections of McCay's harder-to-find accomplish mets in newspaper strip and editorial cartooning, newspaper illustration and animation stills. It includes much of his earliest newspaper work for the Cincinnati Enquirer and a great deal of strip cartooning he did for the New York Herald and Evening Telegram prior to commencing his signature work, Little  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comic books, strips, etc
Named Person: Winsor McCay; Winsor McCay
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Winsor McCay
ISBN: 0974166472 9780974166476
OCLC Number: 56092468
Description: 191 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Dream of the rarebit fiend, 1906: A. The weekday strips, B: The Saturday strips --
Hungry Henrietta, 1905 --
This is a baseball town, 1903 --
Enquirer editorial art, 1903 --
A pilgrim's progress, 1905-1910.
Responsibility: Winsor McCay.

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"This book is the second of the Checker Book Publishing Group's collections of McCay's harder-to-find accomplish mets in newspaper strip and editorial cartooning, newspaper illustration and animation stills. It includes much of his earliest newspaper work for the Cincinnati Enquirer and a great deal of strip cartooning he did for the New York Herald and Evening Telegram prior to commencing his signature work, Little Nemo in Slumberland. A sampling of animation stills from his feature, The Centaurs, rounds out a diverse package. McCay's pioneering manipulation of the comic art form in its infancy combined with his unorthodox subject matter (including a fascination with dreams and nightmares), were responsible for the extreme popularity of his work during his lifetime and its enduring appeal and influence on emerging generations of cartoonists and illustrators."--back cover.

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