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The author of the book: Joe Sacco
Edition: Mroja Press
Date of issue: February 2013
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Obsypana nagrodami opowieść o wojnie na terenie byłej Jugosławii.

W latach 1995 i 1996 Joe Sacco czterokrotnie odwiedził Goražde, miasto ustanowione przez ONZ strefą bezpieczeństwa. Książka ta jest zapisem zebranych podczas tych pobytów relacji i własnych refleksji autora o życiu w teatrze wojny we wschodniej Bośni. Sacco po zebraniu wywiadów portretuje codzienne życie zwykłych ludzi w oblężonej przez 3,5 roku strefie. Relacje, których próżno szukać wśród typowych przekazów w mediach. Kiedy mieszkańcy Goražde usiłują przeżyć kolejny dzień, we wschodniej części Bośni trwa czystka przeprowadzana przez siły zbrojne bośniackich Serbów.

Sacco odważnie i z talentem portretuje życie w oblężonym mieście i opowiada o przebiegu konfliktu zbrojnego w sercu Europy, o którym, zdaje się, świat zapomniał. Książka pokazuje z bliska przemoc, okrucieństwo i próby przetrwania w odciętej od świata enklawie. Sacco odkrywa korzenie zła, opisuje narodziny serbskiego nacjonalizmu i dokumentuje etniczne czystki. Ale to nie tylko kronika, zapis wstrząsających doświadczeń i potępienia obojętności międzynarodowej, ale także poruszające przedstawienie ludzkiej zdolności przetrwania. Na tej bazie powstał 240-stronicowy reportaż, uznawany za ponadczasowy portret zwykłych ludzi uwikłanych w koszmarne okoliczności.

Wstęp do komiksu napisał Christopher Hitchens, nieżyjący już sławny komentator polityczny piszący dla pism "The Nation" i "Vanity Fair".

Komiks ten zdobył nagrody Harveya i Eisnera w 2001 roku.

Zdaniem magazynu "Time" najlepszy komiks 2000 roku. Polecany również przez "New York Times" (Pokazuje, jak świetnie komiks sprawdza się jako reportaż). Zdaniem recenzenta "The Economist": "Strefa Bezpieczeństwa Goražde" - będąca połączeniem komiksu i reportażu - czerpie z najlepszych elementów obu tych dziedzin.


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Ebook Strefa bezpieczeństwa Goražde read Online! Joe Sacco was born in Malta on October 2, 1960. At the age of one, he moved with his family to Australia, where he spent his childhood until 1972, when they moved to Los Angeles. He began his journalism career working on the Sunset High School newspaper in Beaverton, Oregon. While journalism was his primary focus, this was also the period of time in which he developed his penchant for humor and satire. He graduated from Sunset High in 1978.

Sacco earned his B.A. in journalism from the University of Oregon in 1981 in three years. He was greatly frustrated with the journalist work that he found at the time, later saying, "[I couldn't find] a job writing very hard-hitting, interesting pieces that would really make some sort of difference." After being briefly employed by the journal of the National Notary Association, a job which he found "exceedingly, exceedingly boring," and several factories, he returned to Malta, his journalist hopes forgotten. "...I sort of decided to forget it and just go the other route, which was basically take my hobby, which has been cartooning, and see if I could make a living out of that," he later told the BBC.

He began working for a local publisher writing guidebooks. Returning to his fondness for comics, he wrote a Maltese romance comic named Imħabba Vera ("True Love"), one of the first art-comics in the Maltese language. "Because Malta has no history of comics, comics weren't considered something for kids," he told Village Voice. "In one case, for example, the girl got pregnant and she went to Holland for an abortion. Malta is a Catholic country where not even divorce is allowed. It was unusual, but it's not like anyone raised a stink about it, because they had no way of judging whether this was appropriate material for comics or not."

Eventually returning to the United States, by 1985 Sacco had founded a satirical, alternative comics magazine called Portland Permanent Press in Portland, Oregon. When the magazine folded fifteen months later, he took a job at The Comics Journal as the staff news writer. This job provided the opportunity for him to create another satire: the comic Centrifugal Bumble-Puppy, a name he took from an overly-complicated children's toy in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.

But Sacco was more interested in travelling. In 1988, he left the U.S. again to travel across Europe, a trip which he chronicled in his autobiographical comic Yahoo. The trip lead him towards the ongoing Gulf War (his obsession with which he talks about in Yahoo #2), and in 1991 he found himself nearby to research the work he would eventually publish as Palestine.

The Gulf War segment of Yahoo drew Sacco into a study of Middle Eastern politics, and he traveled to Israel and the Palestinian territories to research his first long work. Palestine was a collection of short and long pieces, some depicting Sacco's travels and encounters with Palestinians (and several Israelis), and some dramatizing the stories he was told. It was serialized as a comic book from 1993 to 2001 and then published in several collections, the first of which won an American Book Award in 1996.

Sacco next travelled to Sarajevo and Goražde near the end of the Bosnian War, and produced a series of reports in the same style as Palestine: the comics Safe Area Goražde, The Fixer, and the stories collected in War's End; the financing for which was aided by his winning of the Guggenheim Fellowship in April 2001. Safe Area Goražde won the Eisner Award for Best Original Graphic Novel in 2001.

He has also contributed short pieces of graphic reportage to a variety of magazines, on subjects ranging from war crimes to blues, and is a frequent illustrator of Harvey Pekar's American Splendor. Sacco currently lives in Portland.


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