Two Generals #1
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Two Generals #1

Writer: Scott Chantler Artist: Scott Chantler Publisher: McLelland & Stewart Ltd. Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Jan 3, 2011

    Above, I mentioned a particularly poignant scene set in a hospital room, where an ailing Law Chantler lay dying near the end of his life in the late 1990s. He's watched over by one of his grandchildren, and she hears him mutter about his time during the war, apparently reliving a harrowing moment. I was fascinated, and honestly, I wanted to know more about the man's struggle late in life and how the war changed him and haunted him. But that wasn't Scott Chantler's purpose with this book. It was to chronicle his grandfather's journey through that dark but important segment of history. The short scene set in the 1990s served to demonstrate how that journey, even so long after its end, was an ever-present element in the man's life. That scene served to speak about the war, not to explore the experiences that came years after. Read Full Review

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