Footnotes in gaza a graphic novel joe sacco on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers sacco brings the conflict down to the most human level allowing us to imagine our way inside it. Joe sacco does in a comic book more than most journalists do in their investigations he is honest about the limitations of his work footnotes in gaza is brilliant as art as journalism and as an exercize in showing the process of gathering evidence and making clear what is the criteria for usability. A disturbingly powerful document on the endless palestinian conflict footnotes in gaza takes war journalism to another level during several months in the palestinian refugee camps of rafah and khan younis in the gaza strip joe sacco tried to shed light on a violent side episode of the 1956 suez crisis. Footnotes in gaza is a journalistic graphic novel by joe sacco about two bloody incidents during the suez crisis it was published in 2009 the book describes the authors quest to get to the bottom of what happened in khan younis and in rafah in the gaza strip in november 1956. Sacco is famous for his award winning graphic novel palestine fantagraphics 1996 and for safe area gorazde fantagraphics 2000 about the bosnian war his latest work footnotes in gaza is based on a trip he made to the palestinian enclave in 2003 to research a near forgotten episode in palestinian history the massacres of civilians committed by israeli troops in rafah and khan younis
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