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Sundiata: A legend of Africa by Will Eisner
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Sundiata: A legend of Africa

by Will Eisner

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This is another book that jumped out at me while at the library. It's a great little story, and a very quick read - only 32 pages. When my nephew's just a little older, I may pick up a copy for him. ( )
  hopeevey | May 19, 2018 |
An adaptation of of African folklore re-told and illustrated by Eisner. The story follows a traditional African tale of a prince who liberates his village from a neighboring tribe. Eisner has an uncanny knack for illustrating the darker side of human nature no whether in the tenements of New York City or a village in sub-Saharan Africa.
  bufkinla | Jul 18, 2010 |
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A retelling in comic strip form of the African epic in which an ugly, crippled child grows up to become the liberator and founder of the great empire of old Mali.

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