visión de conjunto:Críticas PRAISE FOR ANNIE SULLIVAN AND THE TRIAL OF HELEN KELLER * Brilliantly conceived and executed. . . . Rarely is [this story] presented in such a breathtaking original and empathetic fashion.--Booklist (starred review)PRAISE FOR SATCHEL PAIGE: STRIKING OUT JIM CROW Sturm's text poignantly conveys the quiet bitterness of his hero and Tommaso's spare two-tone drawings brilliantly contrast the physical beauty of the old rural South with the savagery of its social institutions.--The New York Times Book ReviewPRAISE FOR AMELIA EARHART: THIS BROAD OCEAN * Like Earhart herself this book ought to soar exuberantly into the hearts of its readers.--Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Reseña del editor Do you think because I am poor obscure plain and little I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong!--I have as much soul as you--and full as much heart!Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre is a beloved classic celebrated today by readers of all ages and revered as a masterwork of literary prowess. But what of the famous writer herself?Originally published under the pseudonym of Currer Bell Jane Eyre was born out of a magnificent vivid imagination a deep cultivation of skill and immense personal hardship and tragedy. Charlotte like her sisters Emily and Anne was passionate about her work. She sought to cast an empathetic lens on characters often ignored by popular literature of the time questioning societal assumptions with a sharp intellect and changing forever the landscape of western literature.With an introduction by Alison Bechdel Charlotte Brontë before Jane Eyre presents a stunning examination of a woman who battled against the odds to make her voice heard. Biografía del autor Glynnis Fawkes is an Ignatz Award nominated cartoonist and illustrator living in Burlington VT. She has worked as an illustrator for archeological excavations since 1998 on sites in Greece Crete Turkey Israel Cyprus Syria and Lebanon. She is currently at work on a book about her first trip to Greece a draft of which received the MoCCA Arts Festival Award in 2016. Find out more about Glynnis and her work at glynnisfawkes.com.