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THE GLOBAL LANGUAGE
OF GRAPHIC LITERATURE


From noir thrillers to political docudramas, from travelogues to autobiography, Gérald Gorridge (Les Fantômes de Hanoi) and Séra (Impasse et Rouge, Water & Earth) discuss how European comics are being enriched by cultures, techniques and subjects from all over the world.

Tickets: £3, £2 Concs
Where: Institut Français, South Kensington, London
When: Sunday, October 21, 2007 - 8pm

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