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How to Be Rich: What to Do With It When You've Got It! (Ruskin Comics)

Ruskin, John; Jackson, Kevin

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ISBN 10: 0955093848 / ISBN 13: 9780955093845
Editorial: Pallas Athene
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Título: How to Be Rich: What to Do With It When ...

Editorial: Pallas Athene

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The first in a trilogy of comics based around the social ideas of major 19th century philosopher John Ruskin, this one based upon his 1860 essay on economy "Unto this Last"

Darren Bloke had always dreamed of being rich, and one day his dream came true. What he hadn't imagined was that for every problem his windfall solved, another set of problems would spring up.  Before long, he'd lost his wife, his children, and his friends—everything but his dog Skittle. But help suddenly arrived, in the strange form of a man who had been dead for 100 years. The spirit of
the writer John Ruskin burst into Darren's life, whisked him off on a trip through time and space, and showed him the real nature of wealth and poverty—in other words—how to be rich.

About the Author:

John Ruskin (1819–1900) was a leading Victorian-era art critic, philanthropist, and philosopher. He heavily influenced such disparate figures as Frank Lloyd Wright, Ghandi, T. S. Eliot, W. B. Yeats, Tolstoy, William Morris, Oscar Wilde, and Louis Sullivan. Hunt Emerson is a comic strip and graphic novel artist with hundreds of works to his name. He is a regular contributor to Fortean Times and the Beano; his most recent book is a graphic version of Dante's Inferno. Kevin Jackson has produced shows for the BBC, been the assistant arts editor of the Independent, and written more than 20 books, including The Worlds of John Ruskin.

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