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Ethel & Ernest - Raymond Briggs 电子书pdf+cbr



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Children's Books > Comics & Graphic Novels
Hardcover: 104 pages
Publisher: Knopf (September 21, 1999)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0375407588
ISBN-13: 978-0375407581



Ethel and Ernest: A True Story Hardcover – September 21, 1999
by Raymond Briggs  (Author)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/0375407588





Product details
Children's Books > Comics & Graphic Novels
Hardcover: 104 pages
Publisher: Knopf (September 21, 1999)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0375407588
ISBN-13: 978-0375407581




Poignant, funny, and utterly original, Ethel & Ernest is Raymond Briggs's loving depiction of his parents' lives from their chance first encounter in the 1920s until their deaths in the 1970s.

Ethel and Ernest were solid members of the English working class, part of the generation that lived through the most tumultuous years of the twentieth century. They met during the Depression--she working as a maid, he as a milkman--and we follow them as they court and marry, make a home, raise their son, and cope with the dark days of World War II. Briggs's portrayal of how his parents succeeded, or failed, in coming to terms with the events of their rapidly shifting world--the advent of radio, television, and telephones; the development of the atomic bomb; the moon landing; the social and political turmoil of the sixties--is irresistibly engaging, full of sympathy and affection, yet clear-eyed and unsentimental.

Briggs's illustrations are small masterpieces; coupled with the wonderfully candid dialogue, they evoke the exhilaration and sorrow, excitement and bewilderment, of experiencing such enormous changes. As much a social history as a personal account, Ethel & Ernest is a moving tribute to ordinary people living in an extraordinary time.


Review
It is the author's willingness to frame his love and anguish so piercingly that makes Ethel & Ernest such a singular piece of work. -- The New York Times Book Review, Nick Hornby

Ordinary existences lived countless times. Yet in the details of Briggs's sparkling cartoons, the characters become richly specific and endearing. -- The New York Times, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt

From the Inside Flap
nny, and utterly original, Ethel & Ernest is Raymond Briggs's loving depiction of his parents' lives from their chance first encounter in the 1920s until their deaths in the 1970s.

Ethel and Ernest were solid members of the English working class, part of the generation that lived through the most tumultuous years of the twentieth century. They met during the Depression--she working as a maid, he as a milkman--and we follow them as they court and marry, make a home, raise their son, and cope with the dark days of World War II. Briggs's portrayal of how his parents succeeded, or failed, in coming to terms with the events of their rapidly shifting world--the advent of radio, television, and telephones; the development of the atomic bomb; the moon landing; the social and political turmoil of the sixties--is irresistibly engaging, full of sympathy and affection, yet clear-eyed and unsentimental.

Briggs's illustrations are small masterpieces; coupled with the wond

About the Author
Raymond Briggs was born in London in 1934. One of the most innovative and popular author-illustrators in the world, he has won numerous awards for his work. His children's books, including the classics The Snowman and Father Christmas, have sold millions of copies worldwide. He lives in England.



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