Sempe panic stantions (Tapa dura)

The fifth anthology of witty and enchanting sketches and cartoons by one of the world’s best-loved illustrators.In this collection Sempé returns to some of his favourite themes – unspoken truths, failed communications and hidden talents – as well as exploring a batch of new subjects: familiar characters such as artists, psychoanalysts and married couples appear alongside unpredictable children, tyrannical computers and surprisingly friendly aliens.Originally published in France in 1966, and now available to a worldwide English-speaking audience for the first time, Sempé’s witty drawings will delight cartoon connoisseurs and Francophiles as well as the general public.Translated by Anthea Bell, winner of the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize and the Helen and Kurt Wolff Prize.

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