Louis Riel : l'insurgé (titre original en anglais : Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography) est une bande dessinée historique du canadien Chester Brown, parue dans sa version originale en 2003 aux éditions montréalaises Drawn and Quarterly. Chester Brown retrace la vie du chef du peuple métis canadien Louis Riel, fondateur de la province du Manitoba, et plus précisément ses relations avec le gouvernement du Canada nouvellement établi.

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  • Louis Riel : l'insurgé (titre original en anglais : Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography) est une bande dessinée historique du canadien Chester Brown, parue dans sa version originale en 2003 aux éditions montréalaises Drawn and Quarterly. Chester Brown retrace la vie du chef du peuple métis canadien Louis Riel, fondateur de la province du Manitoba, et plus précisément ses relations avec le gouvernement du Canada nouvellement établi. La période relatée par Chester Brown débute aux prémices de la rébellion de la rivière Rouge de 1869, et se termine par la pendaison de Louis Riel pour haute trahison en 1885.L'auteur, spécialisé en autobiographie, a été récompensé en 2004 de trois Harvey Award pour son œuvre, la plus grande distinction pour la bande dessinée aux États-Unis.Bibliographie supplémentaireEd the happy Clown ( 2014 )23 prostitués ( 2012 )Le petit homme ( 2009 )Le playboy ( 2001)Je ne t'ai jamais aimé ( 2001 )
  • Louis Riel is a 2003 historical biography in comics by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown. It deals with Métis rebel leader Louis Riel's antagonistic relationship with the newly established Canadian government. It begins shortly before the 1869 Red River Rebellion, and ends with Riel's 1885 hanging for high treason. The book explores the possibly schizophrenic aspect of Riel's personality—he believed God had named him Prophet of the New World, destined to lead the Métis people to freedom.The work is noted for its emotional disengagement, its intentionally flat dialogue, and a minimalist drawing style inspired by that of Harold Gray's comic strip Little Orphan Annie. Unusual for comics of the time, it includes a full scholarly apparatus: a foreword, index, bibliography and end notes. The lengthy, hand-lettered appendix provides insight on Brown's creative process and biases, highlighting where he changed historical facts to create a more engaging story, such as incorporating a conspiracy theory not widely accepted by historians. Brown became interested in the issue of property rights while researching the book, which led to a public change in his politics from anarchism to libertarianism.Although Brown intended it to be published only in book form, Louis Riel was initially serialized in ten issues between 1999 and 2003. The series was the first comic book to receive a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. It was critically well received, and won three Harvey Awards. The serialization sold poorly, but the book version was a surprise bestseller. Its success played a major part in gaining shelf space for serious graphic novels in mainstream North American bookstores.
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  • Louis Riel : l'insurgé (titre original en anglais : Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography) est une bande dessinée historique du canadien Chester Brown, parue dans sa version originale en 2003 aux éditions montréalaises Drawn and Quarterly. Chester Brown retrace la vie du chef du peuple métis canadien Louis Riel, fondateur de la province du Manitoba, et plus précisément ses relations avec le gouvernement du Canada nouvellement établi.
  • Louis Riel is a 2003 historical biography in comics by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown. It deals with Métis rebel leader Louis Riel's antagonistic relationship with the newly established Canadian government. It begins shortly before the 1869 Red River Rebellion, and ends with Riel's 1885 hanging for high treason.
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