Steve, I'm not saying how important or unimportant it is as far as
the value of the work, simply asking a question, and a reasonable one
at that, especially (for me) given that one of the publishers
involved, Rivages, is publishing the French-language version of my
novel, Small Crimes, and might someday want to do a graphic novel
--- In email@example.com, Steve Novak <Cinefrog@...> wrote:
> I fear we will get very quickly into a line of discussion that at
> have visited many times before: it is important that a graphic
novel or a
> film be ³faithful² to the book (or the reverse for that
> us will say judge it on what it is and not on other criteria...does
> matter that it is faithful¹ or not...should it ever matter...
> I leave it at that but I want to thank here JP for mentioning it
> excellent link in Spanish from Gonzalo Baeza...very interesting
> beyond the cover of La Nuit de Fureur...
> JP did you get it neuf¹ or d¹occase¹ chez Amazon-Fr???...It
> good and I want to get it...
> Montois de Détroit
> On 7/3/08 6:15 PM, "davezeltserman" <davezelt@...> wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:rara-avis-l%
> > jean-pierre jacquet <jacquet@>
> > wrote:
> >> >
> >> > I got the book from Amazon France and it's quite good; it
> >> > those books that give you a queasy feeling, recently discussed
> > this
> >> > list, by and large thanks to the superior artwork of Miles
> > The
> >> > hero of the book is one hell of a "killer inside you".
> >> > Jean-pierre jacquet
> > Jean-Pierre: how faithful is this to the book?
> > --Dave
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