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    Joe Sacco's meticulous depiction of the first day's fighting in the Battle of the Somme is all the more powerful for being wordless, says Rachel Cooke
    September 9, 2013

    The Great War by Joe Sacco – review

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    Detail from Plate 11 of Joe Sacco's The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme. On July 1st, at precisely 7:30 a....

    Credit: Joe Sacco Those who have died at the casualty clearing station are buried nearby. Twenty-one thousand men have been killed outright in the attack or would die of their wounds

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    925 The War. Marcel Gromaire l (1892-1971) studied classically at Douai, then law which he abandoned When the war began he spent the next six years in the army and was wounded. After the war Gromaire returned to Paris and worked in a studio. A meeting with the collector, Dr. Girardin, established his career as an artist. He painted many works on social subjects, and is often associated with Social Realism.

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    Gabriel García Márquez has died, at eighty-seven. The Paris Review interviewed him in 1981