Ireland: Photographs by Wolfgang Fritz. Engl./Dt./Franz./Span./Ital. (Photopocket)

Ireland: Photographs by Wolfgang Fritz. Engl./Dt./Franz./Span./Ital. (Photopocket)

Wolfgang Fritz / Oct 16, 2019

Ireland Photographs by Wolfgang Fritz Engl Dt Franz Span Ital Photopocket

  • Title: Ireland: Photographs by Wolfgang Fritz. Engl./Dt./Franz./Span./Ital. (Photopocket)
  • Author: Wolfgang Fritz
  • ISBN: 3832790012
  • Page: 280
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    837 Comments

    1. Some readers may not see the importance of a book that tells a story in "comic" or sequential art form, but this tale is a great way to introduce youngsters to the history of the Irish. For a teen, this "comic book" might spark the curiosity to want to learn more. Both the story and artwork are excellent.



    2. This book is really disappointing. I love many of the books by both authors, and I love graphic novels, but this is just lame. The stories are shallow and don't offer much more historical information than a blurb on . That art isn't very good either. I laud the effort, but was quite unhappy with the purchase.


    3. A wonderful book for a history lesson on Ireland. Easy to read and the illustrations were colorful, enhancing each chapter.


    4. When I bought "Ireland: A Graphic History" in 1995 I did so knowing that it was a "graphic" novel of sorts (= comic book). I was looking for something that would be a quick, entertaining and educational read for my three teenagers who would be accompanying me on my 1995-96 "Fulbright Year" in Dublin. The book certainly did not disappoint. The book is composed of a series of vignettes from Irish history centered around a man and woman who are repeatedly reborn in Irish history. From the first [...]


    5. Reader alert! There's a serious problem with 's description of this book. The editorial reviews combine descriptions of 2 completely different books. The "Look inside this book" feature is not from Llewelyn and Scott's book Ireland: A Graphic History", but is from a book called "Ireland Photographs by Wolfgang Fritz." I don't know how to alert to the problem since I am neither publisher nor vendor.


    6. Some readers may not see the importance of a book that tells a story in "comic" or sequential art form, but this tale is a great way to introduce youngsters to the history of the Irish. For a teen, this "comic book" might spark the curiosity to want to learn more. Both the story and artwork are excellent.


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