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Barefoot Gen, Volume One Read Barefoot Gen, Volume One By Keiji Nakazawa Girlnailart.us This Harrowing Story Of Hiroshima Was One Of The Original Japanese Manga Series New And Unabridged, This Is An All New Translation Of The Author S First Person Experiences Of Hiroshima And Its Aftermath, Is A Reminder Of The Suffering War Brings To Innocent People Its Emotions And Experiences Speak To Children And Adults Everywhere Volume One Of This Ten Part Series Details The Events Leading Up To And Immediately Following The Atomic Bombing Of Hiroshima.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Barefoot Gen, Volume One
  • Keiji Nakazawa
  • English
  • 16 July 2017
  • 0867196025

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  1. says:

    Detail from a panel of volume two, this is from p 6 of Barefoot Gen The Day After It s taken me a while since I finished the tenth and final volume of the Barefoot Gen series to write up a thorough review It s hard to say why, exactly, the cause could simply be laziness though I suspect the power of the subject matter has as much to do with it as anything else Keiji Nakazawa, Gen s author, was a 7 year old child living in Hiroshima when the first atomic weapon obliterated the city and ne Detail from a panel of volume two, this is from p 6 of Barefoot Gen The Day After It s taken me a while since I finished the tenth and final volume of the Barefoot Gen series to write up a thorough r...


  2. says:

    My 6th grade teacher, Ms Greenwood, had the Barefoot Gen series on a shelf in our classroom I read all of these there I now realize what a profoundly anti war statement it was, leaving these books within the grasp of 12 year olds these are graphic novels about the bombing of Hiroshima, from the perspective of a young civilian boy who loses almost his entire family.The books juxtapose cartoons and the trivialities of youth with the singularly gruesome, nightmarish truths of using nuclear weap My 6th grade teacher, Ms Greenwood, had the Barefoot Gen series on a shelf in our classroom I read all of these there I now realize what a profoundly anti war statement it was, leaving these books within the grasp of 12 year olds these are graphic novels about the bombing of Hiroshima, from the perspect...


  3. says:

    If there s one graphic novel that I d recommend to anyone, even if they hate the manga style with a passion, it would be Barefoot Gen Also a shocking if not completely horrific and graphic film, this is the story of a young boy caught in the chaos of WWII s Hiroshima, the disaster that leaves him struggling to survive when the people around him are destroyed in an instant He s resilient, but the terror awaiting him and his family makes for a powerful cautionary tale for any reader This is on If there s one graphic novel that I d recommend to anyone, even if they hate the manga style with a passion, it would be Barefoot Gen Also a shocking if not completely horrific and graphic film, this is the story of a young boy caught in the chaos of WWII s Hiroshima, the disaster that leaves him struggling to survive ...


  4. says:

    I am seriously becoming a fierce fan of Graphic Novels lately This one was recommended by a generous GoodReads friend Pooja, and I will be ever so grateful to her for this This is my introduction to the world of Japanese Manga and boy, am I blown away Keiji Nakazawa is a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in Aug 45 Barefoot Gen is his alter ego He says he imagined his alter...


  5. says:

    Life in Hiroshima in the weeks leading up to the atomic bomb is depicted by cartoonist, Keiji Nakazawa He created the 6 year old Gen as his alter ego to show the experience The book climaxes with the bomb where Gen s family experience follows that of the Nakazawa family as the author writes in his forwarding note.The portrait shows a hard ...


  6. says:

    Barefoot Gen is a graphic novel that tells the events of the bombing of Hiroshima The story is very, very graphic and tells the events in a very emotional story I m surprised how deep this story goes on explain the tragedy of the aftermath of Little Boy.


  7. says:

    This graphic novel has been around a long time, but for some reason I only picked it up a couple of weeks ago It is a chronicle of a child s life just before the bombing of Hiroshima Soon after I picked up Barefoot Gen, the 9.0 earthquake and massive tsunami hit Japan, and one of the nuclear power plants was damaged and began to vent radioactivity Japan relies on nuclear power for a major chunk of its electric power Nuclear power plays a major role partly because fossil energy sources are sc This graphic novel has been around a long time, but for some reason I only picked it up a couple of weeks ago It is a chronicle of a child s life just before the bombing of Hiroshima Soon after I picked up Barefoot Gen, the 9.0 earthquake and massive tsunami hit Japan, and one of the nuclear power plants was damaged and began to vent radioactivity Japan relies on nuclear power for a major chunk of its electric power Nuclear power plays a major role partly because fossil energy sources are scarce in Japan and also are carbon dioxide e...


  8. says:

    Great manga Not very good art And this is shonen and very shonen like, for young boys, not for adults But This is so strong anti war manga This is story one family in Hiroshima during war Father is animilitarist, he is sent briefly into prison and all family suffer because it They are marked as traitors The children are bullied and the oldest, 17 years old Koji, is volunteer into army because it for sake his family Father hates him because it And he then suffers in army The oth Great manga Not very good art And this is shonen and very shonen like, for young boys, not for adults But This is so strong anti war manga This is story one family in Hiroshima during war Father is animilitarist, he is sent briefly into prison and all family suffer because it They are marked as traitors The children are bullied and the oldest, 17 years old Koji, is volunteer into army because it for sake his family Father hates him because it And he then suffers in army The other boy, Akira, is sent in the country but he is bullied there He runs but he must return The main hero Gen, in the 2th grade, his older sister Eiko, in 5th grade, his younger brother Shinji and pregnant mother starve At the end, Gen gives great battleship toy to Shinji and promise that o...


  9. says:

    Let s be clear WWII was awful, and the things that Japanese citizens went through were awful, and then having an atomic bomb dropped on them was also awful Keiji Nakazawa has crafted a wonderful comic from a horrible series of events, making a dark part of history very accessible for people This is a very important story and book.My only issue was with the artwork, and it is on my end, not Nakazawa s The drawings were clear and the pacing was great I just had trouble getting into the art st Let s be clear WWII was awful, and the things that Japanese citizens went through were awful, and then having an atomic bomb dropped on them was also awful Keiji Nakazawa has crafted a wonderful comic from a horrible series of events, making a dark part of history very accessible for people This is a very important story and book.My only issue was with the artwork, and it is on my end, not Nakazawa s The drawings were clear and the pacing was great I just had trouble getting into the art style itself it s a very specific, popular style, but one I ve just never found interesting on my own The art, therefore, tended to draw me back out of the story, which subsequently made it harder to take seriously on the page.But That is a personal thing, and it could be very different for you I ...


  10. says:

    mucho se ha escrito sobre la bomba at mica en Jap n, hay much simo material pero esta maravilla autobiogr fica vale realmente la pena Especialmente por el retrato que hace de los sobrevivientes, la situaci n de los coreanos que viv an en Jap n y como s...

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