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Suite Francaise: Storm in June
A Graphic Novel
By (author): Emmanuel Moynot Translated by: David Homel
Emmanuel Moynot ,

Translated by :

David Homel

Imprint:

Arsenal Pulp Press - Vancouver

ISBN:

9781551525969

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Trade
Paperback , Trade
English

Audience:

General Trade
Sep 30, 2015
$21.95 CAD
Forthcoming

Dimensions:

10in x 7 x 0.56 in | 1.06 lb

Page Count:

224 pages
Arsenal Pulp Press
COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / General

A stirring graphic novel based on the extraordinary book by Irene Nemirovsky.

Suite Francaise, an extraordinary novel about village life in France just as it was plunged into chaos with the German invasion of 1940, was a publishing sensation ten years ago; Irene Nemirovsky completed the two-volume book, part of a planned larger series, in the early 1940s before she was arrested in France and eventually sent to Auschwitz, where she died. The notebook containing the novels was preserved by her daughters but not examined until 1998; it was finally published in France in 2004 and became a huge international bestseller, including in North America, where it has sold over 1 million copies.

This dramatic and stirring graphic novel, translated from the French and faithful to the spirit of Nemirovsky’s story, focuses on Book 1, entitled "Storm in June," in which a disparate group of Paris citizens flees the city ahead of the advancing German troops. However, their orderly plans to escape are eclipsed by the chaos spreading across the country, and their sense of civility and well-being is replaced by a raw desire to survive.

A film version of Suite Francaise, starring Michelle Williams, Kristen Scott Thomas, and Margot Robbie, will be released in North America this fall.


Emmanuel Moynot is a graphic artist who has authored more than forty graphic novels published in France since the 1980s, including several featuring detective Nestor Burma, based on the crime novels of Leo Malet. He lives in Bordeaux, France.

David Homel, born and raised in Chicago, is a Governor General Literary Award-winning translator and writer. His most recent translations include Kuessipan by Naomi Fontaine, The World is Moving around Me: A Memoir of the Haiti Earthquake by Dany Laferriere, The Last Genet: A Writer in Revolt by Hadrien Laroche, and The Inverted Gaze by Francois Cusset (all Arsenal Pulp), and his own novels include Midway and, most recently, The Fledglings. He lives in Montreal.



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