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Cyril Abad – In god we trust
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Cyril Abad – In god we trust

by Revelatoer

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A journey into the eccentricities of faith in the United States.

I grew up in a non-practicing Catholic family environment and I experienced, after having loosely validated certain stages of the Christian “curriculum”, a form of emancipation. But the religious question has always aroused my curiosity. In 2016, when I was struggling to find new ideas for stories, I went back to reading Douglas Kennedy’s 1993 documentary In god’country, a mocking immersion in the world of Christian fundamentalism along the Bible Belt in the southern United States.

When I walk the streets of the Tenderloin, it’s in search of C. Card, the loser detective, an unusual character in Richard Brautigan’s A Private in Babylon, and when I walk under the damp, fragrant foliage of the Appalachian forests, it’s because Ron Rash’s words have led me there.

Cyril Abad

SKU: FIS-BOK-074 Category:
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Co-publishers: Revelatœr x Pyramyd
Format: 17 x 24 cm
Pages: 176 pages

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Dimensions 17 × 24 cm

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