The Neglected Books Page
By its own account:
"Here you'll find lists of thousands of books that have been neglected, overlooked, forgotten, or stranded by changing tides in critical or popular taste."
…the first graphic novel and the one that paved the way for that new literary form[.] Reading a graphic novel is a different experience from reading pure text, but the same parts of the brain are exercised, unlike watching videos, which utilizes fewer. And graphic novels re-engage reluctant readers and hone their reading and comprehension skills.
I’ll second that. I discovered Contract with God about the same time that I read Isaac Bashevis Singer’s Shadow on the Hudson.They sketch different but overlapping portraits of a lost