Download e-book for iPad: A Contract With God (The Contract With God, Book 1) by Will Eisner

By Will Eisner

ISBN-10: 0393076547

ISBN-13: 9780393076547

Via a quartet of 4 interwoven tales, A agreement With God exhibit the enjoyment, exuberance, tragedy, and drama of existence at the legendary Dropsie road within the Bronx. this can be the mythical ebook that introduced a brand new artwork shape and reaffirmed Will Eisner as one of many nice pioneers of yankee graphics.

Literary Awards
Harvey Awards for most sensible image Album of unique fabric (1992)
Will Eisner comedian Awards for most sensible photo Album: New (1992)

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Previously, he had been engaging if sarcastic; now he was angry, hostile, jumpy. His body language was menacing. Enietra felt threatened for the first time. This was not the man she had been jawing with back and forth earlier or she would have never remained in the car with him. After he had driven a block or two, he turned off 81st Street. He spoke to her once more, but still the music was too loud for her to hear what he was saying. ” Enietra asked. ” “Oh,” Enietra said. ” She did not know why it had gotten so quiet.

Seeing the flashes and hearing the grinding sound made by an Instamatic camera, Enietra realized he was snapping pictures of her, pictures of all parts of her body. Blackout. She woke up one more time. Now he was driving. She had to get out of the car—no matter what. Since he raped her, he was certain to shoot her again. She opened the passenger door, but before she could jump he shoved her. As the car moved at a moderate speed, she went crashing onto the pavement. Thump, thump, thump, thump, thump.

On September 11, 1988, when he arrived in the alley behind 1720 West 43rd Place, two blocks from the Southwest Division station. Two paramedics were working on a lifeless body. Not that there was much to do. Eyes sunk in, mouth open, tongue bulging, the young woman was obviously dead. A sweatshirt was tied around her neck. Being nude with no identification, she became Jane Doe No. 59 for 1988. Once an autopsy was performed, the coroner concluded that the victim suffered a single gunshot to the chest at close range and ligature damage to the neck.

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