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Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence, Tenth Anniversary… (2001)

af Nick Bantock

Serier: Griffin & Sabine Series (10th Anniversary)

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Beautiful. Thanks, Judi and Mary. ( )
  irrelephant | Feb 21, 2021 |
Bantock's book is part epistolary, part picture book, and sheer cleverness. Strictly speaking, this is 48 pages of correspondence between Griffin & Sabine in the form of postcards and letters with only two sentences of additional prose on the final pages of the book. Despite this, it reads as a warm and rich novel with the illustrations serving as the background. Batock is very detailed - down to the stamp designs - in creating this full world that Griffin and Sabine inhabit in these brief pages.

An easily re-readable book as one will constantly find new items to ponder in the artwork. ( )
2 stem stephmo | Nov 20, 2007 |
A beautifully illustrated book with actual note cards ( )
  latinobookgeek | Apr 3, 2007 |
This book was given to me as a gift. I thought it was some trendy book people got excited about a few years ago. Then I read it and realized why people liked it so much. The envelopes and letters make the story experiential. Intimate. It would not have worked so well had the writing been poor, but Bantock chooses his words carefully and in a way neither contrived nor typical. He reminds us how supremely meaningful it is to put pen to paper and pour out one's soul in a letter and how mere words can be powerful enough to create and sustain love. The story itself evokes such feeling even a firm cynic might soften a bit. Beautifully done. ( )
  smully | Feb 14, 2007 |
This was an interesting book, presented as correspondence between a man and a woman who are "courting" from afar, and the book contains actual letters (with little envelopes that open). IIRC, I got the feeling that perhaps there weren't really two people involved, but that perhaps Griffin was holding this conversation with himself. It's been a while since I read it, but I remember feeling drawn into the story, and the romance, but feeling a bit uncomfortable about it, too. But uncomfortable in an interested way (not unpleasant). ( )
  herebedragons | Feb 5, 2007 |
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This is the Tenth Anniversary Limited Edition of Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence (2001), which adds new content. Please distinguish it from both the original (1991) and the 25th Anniversary Limited Edition (2016), which adds further new content.
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