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By:   Philippe Dupuy, Charles Berberian
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Non-Fiction
Publisher:   Drawn and Quarterly
Pub. Date:   February 07, 2018
Availability:   Can be backordered today for arrival at our warehouse in 15 - 30 days
ISBN:   1770462880
UPC:   9781770462885

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Since the character of Monsieur Jean first walked onto the page in 1998, he has endeared himself to readers, maturing with each frantic, surreal, heart-warming episode. Beginning as a young Parisian bachelor, defeatist writer, and urban bon vivant, Jean has reluctantly transitioned into a family man of forty, learning how to live with, and ultimately love those around him unconditionally. Constantly surrounded by a group of childhood classmates, an unbearably idealistic live-in friend Felix and his adopted son, Eugene, as well as his sweet daughter Julie, Jean questions life and those of others in an honest and endearing way; his unmistakable joie de vivre always undermined by a palpable sense of cynicism. The joy of these award-winning cartoons stems from that fact that Jean's weaknesses are our own; his doubts about life, universal; his relentless quest for happiness understood.


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