Are there any horror works which do not derive increased horror from increased knowledge? [more inside]
Graphicnovelfilter : I am very much a novice when it comes to graphic novels but have enjoyed the realist works of Joe Sacco (The Fixer & Palestine) and The Burma Chronicles (Guy Delise) initially kickstarted along time ago by my stumbling upon Harvey Pekar (American Splendour). What other graphic novels of this nature should I be tracking down? I'm interested in International Relations / Politics / History / Travel / Journalism / Espionage - as well as more esoteric perspectives on the world - so anything ticking these boxes would be great.
Please tell me about a time/place in history that had some interesting political issue that was very divisive at the time. [more inside]
Book filter: can you recommend a good political/journalistic novel set in Washington, D.C. that meet the following criteria? [more inside]
I'm looking for the name of a book I read in the early '70s about a genius who comes up with all kinds of ideas for solving everyday problems. [more inside]