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Material Type: Book
Collection: Comics
Call Number: US EVFIC CLO2005
Title: Ice Haven
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Personal name: Clowes, Daniel
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001521 checked in 2018-08-11 19:43:47

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Topical term or geographic name as entry element: Everyday Fiction
International Standard Book Number: 9780375423321
Name of publisher, distributor, etc.: Pantheon Books
Date of publication, distribution, etc.: 2005
Summary, etc. note: Welcome to Ice Haven! “It’s not as cold here as it sounds,” declares Random Wilder, our reluctant guide to this sleepy Midwestern town. He’s also its would-be poet laureate. Would-be, that is, were it not for the “florid banalities” of his archrival, Ida Wentz, pub­lished ad nauseam in the Ice Haven Daily Progress. Among Wilder’s other fellow Ice Havians are the love­lorn Violet Vanderplazt and Vida Wentz; the adorable interracial moppets Carmichael and Paula; the Blue Bunny, newly sprung from prison and the bitterest rabbit in town; and poor little David Goldberg, miss­ing for more than a week now. . . . The lives of the men and women of Ice Haven are woven into a multilayered tale that, while it owes a debt to Our Town, is ultimately based on and inspired by . . . Leopold and Loeb. No kidding.
Expansion of summary note: comic strip, small town, short stories, coming of age, adolescence, odd format, relationships, United States, US, American, classic cartoon aesthetics
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