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Ttuminen monenkirjavien kasvojen intohimojen ja konfliktien elävöittämään kaupunkiin suju kommelluksitta Tässä teoksessa piirtäjä paljastaa meille Jerusalemin jollaista sanomalehdet eivät näytä Delisle tarjoilee lukijoilleen kiinnostavan omakohtaisen näkemyksen Lähi idän polttopisteen arjesta 2000 luvull. Guy Delisle spent a year in East Jerusalem and found it nerve wracking and infuriating Because he lived in the Muslim uarter buses that serve Jewish communities will not go there and routes aren t connected Road blocks and check points add to the difficulty of getting around Water garbage collection and electrical services are not reliable They are fine in other areas despite the eual taxes paid by all residentsDelise notes the unusual religious customs For the Jews it is a sin to throw out bread so you see it in plastic bags on dumpsters on the Sabbath announced by a horn blowing elevators stop at every floor so that work buttons need not be pushed Muslim students with arts degrees are not allowed to make images of people Samaritans who claim to have the oldest Torah hang fruit and vegetables from the ceiling for SukkotThere are short pieces of the many sects of Judaism such as those who believe Jesus is the Messiah and the Samaritans who are not accepted as Jewish by the ultra orthodox despite being a Jewish sect that never left the area hold Palestinian and Jordanian passports The author describes his harassment upon two entries into Israel with uestions such as Why does your wife work in Gaza and Did you speak to any Palestinians in Norway and long detentions Internal interrogations are freuent Cities settlements and sections have blockades Interrogations can be long and create lines are so long that many cannot cross to other areas of their own country When Delisle tries to sketch a wall he is told to moveThe Delisle baby sitter s family has notice that the house they have owned for a generation or will be bulldozed for a settlement They have all the paperwork but if they hire a lawyer and lose they will have to pay for the demolition of their house Delisle meets another family living this nightmare and loses their homeThrough all this Delisle has a somewhat normal life In Israel he can blend in like a resident He gets the kids to school sketches for his books goes to cafes and meets interesting people He has workshops in different areas of Israel and students have varied reactions to his very western style material why did he do this His wife does not have a normal life working for with Doctors without Borders she has to live with the border crossings ironic and serve a clientele suffering the from poverty violence and the stress of their precarious existenceThe tone of the book is detached sometimes he s like an as shucks observer surprised at an all male wedding party without beer or at Muslims with art degrees who will not make a rendering of a person As he watches religious strifeharassment from stone throwing to bombing and shelling he affirms his atheismOverall you get the feel for living in Israel The plight of the Palestinians is clear The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, you see it in plastic bags on dumpsters on the Sabbath announced by a horn blowing elevators stop at every floor so that work buttons need not be pushed Muslim students with arts degrees are not allowed to make images of people Samaritans who claim to have the oldest Torah hang fruit and vegetables from the ceiling for SukkotThere are short pieces of the many sects of Judaism such as those who believe Jesus is the Messiah and the Samaritans who are not accepted as Jewish by the ultra orthodox despite being a Jewish sect that never left the area hold Palestinian and Jordanian passports The author describes his harassment upon two entries into Israel with uestions such as Why does Hers to Protect your wife work in Gaza and Did Her Small-Town Hero you speak to any Palestinians in Norway and long detentions Internal interrogations are freuent Cities settlements and sections have blockades Interrogations can be long and create lines are so long that many cannot cross to other areas of their own country When Delisle tries to sketch a wall he is told to moveThe Delisle baby sitter s family has notice that the house they have owned for a generation or will be bulldozed for a settlement They have all the paperwork but if they hire a lawyer and lose they will have to pay for the demolition of their house Delisle meets another family living this nightmare and loses their homeThrough all this Delisle has a somewhat normal life In Israel he can blend in like a resident He gets the kids to school sketches for his books goes to cafes and meets interesting people He has workshops in different areas of Israel and students have varied reactions to his very western style material why did he do this His wife does not have a normal life working for with Doctors without Borders she has to live with the border crossings ironic and serve a clientele suffering the from poverty violence and the stress of their precarious existenceThe tone of the book is detached sometimes he s like an as shucks observer surprised at an all male wedding party without beer or at Muslims with art degrees who will not make a rendering of a person As he watches religious strifeharassment from stone throwing to bombing and shelling he affirms his atheismOverall Red Tail (Travis Trilogy you get the feel for living in Israel The plight of the Palestinians is clear

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Ovat siellä Mutta Israel pitää Jerusalemia pääkaupunkina Knesset parlamentti on täällä eikä Tel Avivissa – – En tajunnut yhtään mutta ajattelin että onhan minulla kokonainen vuosi aikaa päästä asioista perilleKun sarjakuvataiteilija maailmanmatkaaja Guy Delisle muuttaa perheineen Jerusalemiin ei ase. Thank you God that I m an atheist That s what Guy Delisle thinks when he witnesses the spectacle of the religions in the region of Jerusalem His character in the book is a rather silly guy At least he wants you to think he s an idiot who is surprised with everything and everyone he encounters in this Holy Land His observations are down to earthish and unjudgmental He s like a curious child discovering new things asking a lot of uestions and making remarks like a child would do uestions adults would answer with because and remarks that make adults blush Sometimes this is very funny Some readers find some of these funny cartoons respectless I would highly recommend them to try a bit harder to laugh with it Because isn t it normal that for an outsider another culture can be very weird There is some controversy about an introductory panel in the book that says Passover Jewish Easter By no means this is idiotic or respectless In fact those religious festivals are linked Easter is related to Passover of which it is regarded the Christian fulfillment This translation is not uncommon I ve heard it before Other reviewers said that the author is pro palestinian I don t agree with that Because I read the reviews before I started to read I was very attentive and at no time did I find the author judgmental He only described the things he experienced saw and heard from other people he encountered Also one must not forget his wife worked for doctors without borders in Gaza and they lived in East Jerusalem for a year and had regular contacts with other expats most of them also working in Palestine If we bear this in mind we have to conclude he did his very best not to be judgmental RespectNo wonder he won the prize for the best book at the international comic book festival in Angoul me 2012 Also do read the review of Paul Bryant I have to admit his is a lot better than mine Her Small-Town Hero yhtään mutta ajattelin että onhan minulla kokonainen vuosi aikaa päästä asioista perilleKun sarjakuvataiteilija maailmanmatkaaja Guy Delisle muuttaa perheineen Jerusalemiin ei ase. Thank Red Tail (Travis Trilogy you God that I m an atheist That s what Guy Delisle thinks when he witnesses the spectacle of the religions in the region of Jerusalem His character in the book is a rather silly guy At least he wants Promises in Tumble Creek you to think he s an idiot who is surprised with everything and everyone he encounters in this Holy Land His observations are down to earthish and unjudgmental He s like a curious child discovering new things asking a lot of uestions and making remarks like a child would do uestions adults would answer with because and remarks that make adults blush Sometimes this is very funny Some readers find some of these funny cartoons respectless I would highly recommend them to try a bit harder to laugh with it Because isn t it normal that for an outsider another culture can be very weird There is some controversy about an introductory panel in the book that says Passover Jewish Easter By no means this is idiotic or respectless In fact those religious festivals are linked Easter is related to Passover of which it is regarded the Christian fulfillment This translation is not uncommon I ve heard it before Other reviewers said that the author is pro palestinian I don t agree with that Because I read the reviews before I started to read I was very attentive and at no time did I find the author judgmental He only described the things he experienced saw and heard from other people he encountered Also one must not forget his wife worked for doctors without borders in Gaza and they lived in East Jerusalem for a Mischief and Marriage year and had regular contacts with other expats most of them also working in Palestine If we bear this in mind we have to conclude he did his very best not to be judgmental RespectNo wonder he won the prize for the best book at the international comic book festival in Angoul me 2012 Also do read the review of Paul Bryant I have to admit his is a lot better than mine

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Israelin hallituksen mielestä tämä on Israelia se on varmaa Mutta kansainvälisen yhteisön silmissä joka ei tunnusta vuonna 67 tehtyä jakoa tämä on Länsirantaa mistä pitäisi tulla Palestiina jos se jonain päivänä tapahtuu Kansainvälisen yhteisön mielestä pääkaupunki on Tel Aviv ja kaikki lähetystöt. Guy Delisle has moved around a lot with his animation job and nearly each place he goes he leaves us his impressions and experiences in a comic book Chronicles of Jerusalem is his 3rd and is a wonderful and pertinent tale of his experiences working in that crucial and controversial city The artwork is beautifully understated and the storyline captivating and compelling I really enjoyed this one


10 thoughts on “Chroniues de Jérusalem

  1. says:

    I love these graphic autobiographers and their concentration on the miniscule humdrum realities of their ordinary lives On Thursday I tried to find a playgroup for my kids On Friday I went to this really dull party I would buy all of them every one except that these are the least value for money books ever they're always really pricey and you can read them in a couple of hours But they're soooo niceThis one is

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    Guy Delisle has moved around a lot with his animation job and nearly each place he goes he leaves us his impressions and experiences in a comic book Chronicles of Jerusalem is his 3rd and is a wonderful and pertinent tale of his experiences wo

  3. says:

    This book would be accurately titled a bunch of random journal entries by an Ugly American in East Jerusalem Delisle spends a year i

  4. says:

    This is an appropriate time to take another look at Jerusalem and Guy Delisle’s book can explain to you the in and outs of what US President Trump is seeing while he is visitingGuy Delisle is a graphic artist who accompanies his wife a Médec

  5. says:

    Thank you God that I'm an atheist That's what Guy Delisle thinks when he witnesses the spectacle of the religions in the region of Jerusalem His character in the book is a rather silly guy At least he wants you to think he's an idiot who is surprised with everything and everyone he encounters in this Holy Land His observations are down to earthish and unjudgmental He's like a curious child discovering new things asking a lot of

  6. says:

    I started this book over a year ago and put it back on shelf don't know why For me it was a great reminder of why I find Israel and Palestine so fascinating and scary as well If you're in need of easy but very informative introduction to lifehistory of Israel and Palestine pick it up It's served with a bit of humour and even the most drastic elements are left to imagination rather than exhibitionistically display on pages Great

  7. says:

    This graphic novel is about a man who narrates his time living in Israel He follows his wife over who is a doctor with MSFMédecins sans Frontières Doctors without Borders This man basically becomes the house husband taking care of the kids and the house while trying to go out and draw what he sees around him in this country full o

  8. says:

    If you asked me a year ago what I wanted from the graphic novel world I would have said a colorful Guy Delisle travelogue And here it is A fantastic book with color humour and depth than his previous ones and big enough that I didn’t feel it went by too fast or that it wasn’t worth the money It left me with a feeling of completion and the satisfaction that I got a solid and visually appealing account of a y

  9. says:

    Guy Delisle spent a year in East Jerusalem and found it nerve wracking and infuriating Because he lived in the Muslim uarter buses that serve Jewish communities will not go there and routes aren’t connected Road blocks and check points add to the difficulty of getting around Water garbage collection and electrical services are not reliable; They are fine in other areas despite the eual taxes paid by all residentsDelise notes th

  10. says:

    The cartoonist author Delisle spends a year in East Jerusalem with his girlfriend and their children while she works for Doctors without Borders The book is his travelogue of that time but Delisle manages to spend a year in an incredibly diverse and vibrant city and not be changed in the least by it He shows contempt for almost everyone he meets and seems continually surprised when things are different from a secular internatio

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