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[Read] ➱ Rosalie Lightning  ➹ Tom Hart – Submitsites.info The grief in this book tore out my heart The tears were streaming down my face, but the emotion can never compare to what Tom Hart and his wife went through after the sudden and unexpected death of their daughter Rosalie The author reflects on his memories of his daughter during the last few weeks of her little life All the things she said, her drawings, the events she was apart ofall the accumulative retrospect that leads to crippling what if s, regret, and guilt I can t imagine my son n The grief in this book tore out my heart The tears were streaming down my face, but the emotion can never compare to what Tom Hart and his wife went through after the sudden and unexpected death of their daughter Rosalie The author reflects on his memories of his daughter during the last few weeks of her little life All the things s Perder um filho deve ser das situa es mais desesperantes que um ser humano pode atravessar simplesmente contra natura, temos filhos, de um ponto de vista biol gico, para nos suceder, e quando isso n o acontece, o corte profundo, a dor surge por todos os poros, psicol gicos e f sicos Acredito ainda que isto tanto mais intenso, numa sociedade que elegeu ter apenas um, ou dois filhos no m ximo Rosalie Lightning A Graphic Memoir fala nos da dor, da vida ap s a perda, do luto.N o esperav Perder um filho deve ser das situa es mais desesperantes que Until you experience it there is no way to really conceptualize what it feels like to lose a child Really there s no way to conceptualize losing a loved one period until you ve gone through it I think that s because of all the emotions we experience grief is the one that is truly the most personal and thus subjective No one grieves in exactly the same way I know there are supposed to be stages and we all cry of course but the way we experience and express loss and grief strikes me as unique Until you experience it there is no way to really conceptualize what it feels like to lose a child Really there s no way to conceptualize losing a loved one period until you ve gone through it I think that s because of all the emotions we experience grief is the one that is truly the most personal and thus subjective No one grieves in exactly the same way I know there are supposed to be stages and we all cry of course but the way we experience and express loss and grief strikes me as unique to the individual as a finger print Tom Hart, the author of this unique, bleak memoir, lost his beloved daughter Rosalie before she turned two years old One day he was reveling in the bright chaos only a toddler can create and the next day she was gone Hart and his wife spend the majority of the book in a gloom shrouded quest for answers Why was Rosal I can t recommend this book enough A deep breath, a slow opening of the soul, a gift of love The final sequence is one of the most beautiful things I ve ever read I could feel my heart unfolding, unclenching.Tom Hart s been quietly making a mark in comics forthan twenty years from his beautiful, poetic mini comics in the 1990s to the smart, funny and deeply political Hutch Owen The Sands Daddy Lightning Banks Eubanks, etc etc And for many years he s also been teaching supporting I can t recommend this book enough A deep breath, a slow opening of the soul, a gift of love The final sequence is one of the most beautiful things I ve ever read I could feel my heart unfolding, unclenching.Tom Hart s been quietly making a mark in comics forthan twenty years from his beautiful, poetic mini comics in the 1990s to the smart, funny and deeply political Hutch Owen The Sands Daddy Lightning Banks Eubanks, etc etc And for many years he s also been teaching supporting and inspiring another generation of cartoonists to cartoon like you mean itTom s one of the most interesting cartoonists around He s slowly built a body of work that s innovative and experimental in a way that s maybe less obvious to casual readers, but rewards countless re reads There s an aesthetic sensibility at work in his comics that s unique and powerful, and it s been consistent from the very beginning His work is like no one else s I think his READ THIS BOOK Comics don t often move me That s a hell of a thing to say, coming from one who has staked a big chunk of his life and work on reading and talking up comics It s true, comics engage and amuse me, often spark my thinking, often delight my eye, and sometimes thrill me It s true that I enjoy reading them in ways that I find hard to put into words But relatively few comics have pulled belly laughs out of me, and even fewer, far fewer, have moved me to tears, or to the point whe READ THIS BOOK Comics don t often move me That s a hell of a thing to say, coming from one who has staked a big chunk of his life and work on reading and talking up comics It s true, comics eng In November 2011, Rosalie, the daughter of cartoonists Tom Hart and Leela Corman, died suddenly, before the age of two Rosalie Lightning is Hart s beautiful, elegiac tribute to her short life, an account of the months surrounding the terrible event In fragmented, poetic fashion, he sifts through the rubble of devastating grief, looking for answers, searching for solace, and finding little Your best memories are your biggest torments Eventually he reaches a sort of shaky peace and moves s In November 2011, Rosalie, the daughter of cartoonists Tom Hart and Leela Corman, died suddenly, before the age of two Rosalie Lightning is Hart s beautiful, elegiac tribute to her short life, an account of the months surrounding the terr I don t usually read graphic novels, but the description of Rosalie Lightning caught my attention, so here I am I can t believe how powerful this book is It is stunning Heartbreaking The text is incredible on its own, but coupled with the picturesI mean, there are no words to describe it Reading this book is pure feeling All you do is experience the author s pain along with him Some of my favorite parts The part where he talks to a pregnant woman right after his baby dies, and Rosalie Lightning Is Eisner Nominated Cartoonist Tom Hart S Beautiful And Touching Graphic Memoir About The Untimely Death Of His Young Daughter, Rosalie His Heart Breaking And Emotional Illustrations Strike Readers To The Core, And Take Them Along His Family S Journey Through Loss Hart Uses The Graphic Form To Articulate His And His Wife S On Going Search For Meaning In The Aftermath Of Rosalie S Death, Exploring Themes Of Grief, Hopelessness, Rebirth, And Eventually Finding Hope Again.Hart Creatively Portrays The Solace He Discovers In Nature, Philosophy, Great Works Of Literature, And Art Across All Mediums In This Expressively Honest And Loving Tribute To His Baby Girl Rosalie Lightning Is A Graphic Masterpiece Chronicling A Father S Undying Love. I havean ARC of this to review for a great publication right now I am avoiding writing that review, because no review can do justice to how powerful this book is Suffice it to say, it is pretty amazing, and gut wrenching, and challenging, and a NECESSARY READ I wis I expected to be emotionally destroyed by this book, but I did not expect to be so impressed by its formal qualities that halfway through I almost forgot to wallow in second hand grief and instead luxuriated in the beautiful simplicity and technical accomplishment of the visual choices Tom Hart s always been a cartoonist s cartoonist, a Zen trickster who can wring a surprising amount of meaning out of rhythm and scribble only they re not really two different things, they re scribble in rhythm, I expected to be emotionally destroyed by this book, but I did not expect to be so impressed by its formal qualities that halfway through I almost forgot to wallow in second hand grief and instead luxuriated in the beautiful simplicity and technical accomplishment of the visual choices Tom Hart

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