RAW, GRAPHIC PROPERTY RIGHTS ACTION!: It is very, very cool that the Washington Post‘s Sunday books section included a page on graphic novels (aka post-Maus comic books). It is even cooler that this sentence appears, in a generally favorable review: “As in Dixie Road, however, the author’s pat liberalism sometimes robs the work of political balance: Seen from the (equally) black-and-white world of a 15-year-old, landlords’ legitimate desires to protect property rights receive no equal time in The Birthday Riots.” Zeit, meet geist.

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