The Silk Tapestry (Songs of Our Ancestors)

The Silk Tapestry (Songs of Our Ancestors) Folktales Are The Bones Of Society Through Them The Lessons Of Love, Courage And Maturity Are Told From An Elderly Generation To Its Children What Was Once A Strong Tradition In Asian Culture Is Fast Disappearing Songs Of Our Ancestors Is An Exploration Of These Folktales And Their Cultures This Second Volume Adapts Three Chinese Tales Themed Round The Unique Struggle Of The Artist An Old Woman, A Young Boy And A Wild Spirit Are All Bound By The Creative Passion To Change Their World In Silk Tapestry, An Impoverished Elderly Woman S Only Hope Against A Life Of Hardship Lies In The Completion Of A Magical Tapestry It Is Said To Be The Key To Paradise In Sausage Boy And His Magic Brush, A Young Boy S Remarkable Talent For Creating Paintings That Come To Life Attracts A Greedy Woman And In The Creation Myth Pan Gu, A Wild But Lonely Spirit Sculpts The Earth From A Cosmic Egg In Hopes It Will Bring Others Like Him To Keep Him Company

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 48 pages
  • The Silk Tapestry (Songs of Our Ancestors)
  • Patrick Atangan
  • 12 August 2019

10 thoughts on “The Silk Tapestry (Songs of Our Ancestors)

  1. says:

    The artwork was an unexpected surprisea fun way to bring a set of old tales to life.

  2. says:

    While the Chinese Folktales were an interesting view into an aspect of Chinese culture, I found the graphic novel format hard to read In general, I found the artwork good and I felt it added to the folktales for me, it would have been better as text with some illustrations rather than as a graphic novel.

  3. says:

    I liked the stories a bit better than the previous volume, although the art was a bit cartoony.

  4. says:

    A graphic novel version of a few Chinese folktales Nicely done.

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