EXIT WOUNDS mentioned in The Business Standard

2007: The year in fiction

Speaking Volumes    |    Nilanjana S Ro    |    December 25, 2007

Two different but equally brilliant examinations of war came from the graphic novel genre. Rutu Modan’s Exit Wounds (Drawn & Quarterly) made Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis look like a comic book for kids. Modan’s protagonist is an Israeli taxi driver who wants to know if his father was killed in a suicide bombing; his father’s much younger lover, Numi, has her own games to play.

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