Art Young’s Inferno (Hardback)

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In 1934, Art Young, the preeminent American political cartoonist in the twentieth century, wrote and drew his satirical interpretation of Gustave Dore's version of Dante's Inferno and created a searing indictment of capitalism. Everything in the new Hell is privatised and operated by a corporate monopoly - maximising profits and misery. Each page of Young's art is reproduced here in…
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In 1934, Art Young, the preeminent American political cartoonist in the twentieth century, wrote and drew his satirical interpretation of Gustave Dore’s version of Dante’s Inferno and created a searing indictment of capitalism. Everything in the new Hell is privatised and operated by a corporate monopoly – maximising profits and misery. Each page of Young’s art is reproduced here in full colour, and the includes a new introduction by Steven Heller, a foreword by editor Glenn Bray, and the original 1934 essays by Young himself and his ‘friend, admirer and attorney’ Charles Recht.