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Dallas Cowboy brings the reader into the author's face-off with insomnia, that weird limbo between wakefulness and slumber when we're conscious of being unconscious. The author looks back--or rather, flashes back to childhood, fears, complexes, mistakes.. everything that makes up a life. In his first book published by Les Rêveurs, Manu Larcenet experiments with autobiography, a new genre, a graphic narrative experience which ultimately gives birth to a story that's neither harsh nor tender, just sincere.

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Dallas Cowboy brings the reader into the author's face-off with insomnia, that weird limbo between wakefulness and slumber when we're conscious of being unconscious. The author looks back--or rather, flashes back to childhood, fears, complexes, mistakes.. everything that makes up a life. In his first book published by Les Rêveurs, Manu Larcenet experiments with autobiography, a new genre, a graphic narrative experience which ultimately gives birth to a story that's neither harsh nor tender, just sincere.

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