marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

Sunzi Speaks: The Art of War

Sunzi Speaks: The Art of War by Tsai Chih Chung

Retelling The Art of War in graphic novel format.

Illustrations are sometimes just pictures, but sometimes to illustrate the concepts.  Works fairly well.  Opens with a bit of reported history of the author.

Filled with observation about ground, spies, the need to continually adapt, and the horrors of war.
Tags: ethos, graphic novel/manga, history reviews: far east, non-fiction: philosophy, politics

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