- Hardcover: 170 pages
- Publisher: Zubaan; Edition edition (7 June 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9384757101
- ISBN-13: 978-9384757106
- Package Dimensions: 24.1 x 18 x 1.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #87,785 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Drawing the Line Hardcover – 7 Jun 2015
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Priya Kuriyan is a children's book illustrator, comic book artist and animator. Her graphic stories have appeared in Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean and Pao, and she has illustrated numerous children's books for a variety of Indian publishers.
Larissa Bertonasco and Lumdilla Bartscht are graphic artists based in Hamburg and Basel respectively. They are co-founders and editors ofSpring, an all-woman graphic art and illustrated magazine.
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They are not different; the covers are different, the Indian edition is bound beautifully, costs half the price of the paperback North American edition and delivered in a week flat compared to the other which takes four weeks.
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This is a collection of 14 different Indian artists, who tell their story or the stories of others. These stories are heartbreakingly honest. The invoke emotions, fear and explain what is making being women so hard. They are all wonderful graphic artist. The are finally, drawing the line.
The issues explored in this book are ones we are all to familiar with. This isn't just an India issue, this is a global issue that gets worse every single day. It is disgusting that sexual abuse and harassment is such a normal thing. We hear about new assault every single day. This book is cracking the silence and getting the word out there.
Graphic novels about political issues, or hard topics tend to get a lot of hate. People want to read fun stuff, the want an escape from the hardness of the world. This issue is something that we can't avoid. Every single human being on this earth needs to go out and get this book right now. We can't stay silent anymore.
To give you a better idea of the types of stories included I decided to include a list of topics discussed. Here are five of those topics.
1. Women who are raped by their husbands
2. Stories from a women who stopped shaving and waxing
3. A woman who is desperately trying to convince her boyfriend that she won't stand for a sexist ritual in a Hindu wedding.
4.Stories about the women in rural India
5. A teen from a middle-class family who decides to buy a fancy dress.
Check out this book. It is very important. I picked this book out at the library but I will be buying it very soon.