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  • Title: Jane, le renard et moi
  • Author: Fanny Britt Isabelle Arsenault
  • ISBN: 9782923841328
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Jane, le renard et moi By Fanny Britt Isabelle Arsenault H l ne est victime de harc lement et d intimidation son cole Elle trouve alors refuge dans le monde de Jane Eyre, le premier roman de Charlotte Bront Jane, le renard et moi est un r cit touchant qui pr sente avec justesse la m chancet que les enfants peuvent d ployer l une envers l autre.Au texte br lant d actualit de Fanny Britt s ajoute le travail d illustrationH l ne est victime de harc lement et d intimidation son cole Elle trouve alors refuge dans le monde de Jane Eyre, le premier roman de Charlotte Bront Jane, le renard et moi est un r cit touchant qui pr sente avec justesse la m chancet que les enfants peuvent d ployer l une envers l autre.Au texte br lant d actualit de Fanny Britt s ajoute le travail d illustration d Isabelle Arsenault moderne et sensible, utilisant la couleur de fa on surprenante, son dessin se r v le exceptionnel.Pour leur premi re incursion dans la bande dessin e, les deux auteures r alisent une oeuvre parfaite.
    Fanny Britt Isabelle Arsenault
    Fanny Britt is a Quebec playwright, author and translator She has written a dozen plays among them Honey Pie, H tel Pacifique and Bienveillance and translated than fifteen She has also written and translated several other works of literature Jane, the Fox and Me is her first graphic novel.

    Jane, le renard et moi By Fanny Britt Isabelle Arsenault


    Not enough fox A honest title Me reading Jane and briefly meeting a fox.Past that, not a bad book.

    If you like the book Jane Eyre, you will probably like this beautiful graphic novel Jane, the Fox and Me is the story of Helene, a young girl who is shy and lonely and is being bullied by a group of mean girls at school They make fun of her weight and taunt her about not having any friends Helene s one source of comfort is reading the book Jane Eyre, which she carries with her every day She burrows into it on the bus as a way of blocking out the awful things the other kids say.Things come to a c [...]

    No one likes to use the B word, and when it is used, what comes to mind are characters like the teenage bully in Junior s sixth grade class in the film Problem Child 2 You remembere one who likes picking his nose and employing the art of spitball archery The irony is that often times, bullies are not unkempt misfits, or the posh, popular kids of the Mean Girls trio Most of the time they re ordinary, nice people who were at some point close friends of yours.Helene is a young girl in Montreal, who [...]

    Melina Souza

    Rebecca McNutt
    Jane, the fox and Me tells the story of an outcast, socially awkward girl who doesn t seem to belong anywhere All of that changes when she encounters a mysterious fox and she enters a world of creativity and friendship With stunning graphic novel illustrations, an imaginative plot and references to Jane Eyre, this book is certainly one worth reading.

    These illustrations are amazing, I love them, this artist is so skillful at capturing body language and expressions Some lovely images of trees and hands made to look so effortless Brilliant Helene is bullied at school and receives abusive comments about her weight, she seeks comfort and escapism in reading, in particular Jane Eyre.I found the storyline lacking, I gathered this was set perhaps 30 years ago due to the music mentioned, my daughter suspected it wasn t current due to the lack of pho [...]

    April (Aprilius Maximus)
    This was so beautiful, and being a Jane Eyre lover, I really wanted to read this I could relate so much to the main character, but I felt like the story never really went anywhere and ended rather abruptly It was beautifully illustrated though Around the Year in 52 Books Challenge Notes 50 A book translated to English this was originally written in French

    Vitor Martins
    Esse livro incr vel Um exemplo perfeito de quadrinho que junta uma hist ria linda com ilustra es incr veis.S rio, a arte de Jane, a Raposa e Eu me deixou de queixo ca do Cen rios maravilhosos, texturas incr veis e o uso das cores conversa muito com o humor e as experi ncias da protagonista.Um quadrinho para ler e reler, e se apaixonar toda vez Amei

    Isn t it strange how few children s graphic novels are published in a given year This is one of those phenomena that defy the basic tenants of capitalism The need, as anyone who has ever fielded reference questions from 10 year olds will attest, is vast Yet the product sputters out of publishing houses so sparsely and randomly that you can t help but be baffled The only justification I can come up with is that graphic novels are bloody expensive to produce That would certainly account for how ma [...]

    I consider this to be the best graphic novel I have ever read, even though Jane, the Fox, Me is targeted towards girls in middle school, My inner critic insists that this declaration speaks to my mental emotional makeup, but I disagree I feel that it speaks to the quality of the book So shut up, me, and listen to why this book is great The story centers around H l ne, a young girl who is being ostracized by girls who used to be her friends She escapes the teasing by diving into the world of Jane [...]

    David Schaafsma
    I have been having a hard time deciding what to think about this book Part of it is that various friends whose views and reviewsI respect very much seem to differ on it It s complex, and I could be talked up from my current view rating, but for now I ll say This is a bully book by an accomplished Quebec playwright Fanny Britt 12 plays , illustrated by also accomplished Quebec artist Isabelle Arsenault, about a girl, Helene, who largely suffers in outcasted silence by groups of mean girls, told s [...]

    Dov Zeller
    This book is a puzzling one to review The art is gorgeous, rich and airy at the same time And the mood of the book offers a unique, fairy tale feel It addresses delicately, complicated subjects that are often addressed in heavy handed ways Not just bullying, isolation and self preservation, but self perception and how it can be affected and distorted by our social worlds The importance of connection, in all of its nearly magical manifestations There are nice moments of textual and emotional enga [...]

    Waiting for the bus on Sherbrooke today is like waiting to die Or what I imagine it would be like to die A Montreal teenager that feels like an outcast takes solace in Jane Eyre The illustrations are in black and white and the writing is lyrically beautiful This book was originally written in French and has been translated for an English reading audience.

    Vikki VanSickle
    Fanny Britt s text translated by Christelle Morelli and Susan Ouriou is intense and internal and feels like a long form poem There were no obvious translation quirks, in fact the prose is quite rhythmic and has lovely poetic moments Isabelle Arsenault is the perfect illustrator for this kind of prose, having worked with the lovely and lyrical Kyo Maclear on various projects in the past, such as my beloved Virginia Wolf The muted colour scheme does much to set a melancholic tone Even the Jane Eyr [...]

    Ana Rînceanu
    This was adorable and heartfelt.

    If I must hidewhere is the spacewith colour,soft edged ferns,cushions,to hide in School s thinwords, weighty,scribbled sharpon walls and pages,hurt that part of mestill child.I have Jane but she is paper too.At campmy tent is pitchedamong ferns,a red foxsharpnosed, eyesstars under cedars.Who knew how muchchange fox would bring Green, green, and thenred Hiddenplaces surround meeverywhere I go.

    If based only on the artwork this would be a five star read Sadly, however, this melancholic story is a bit thin.Except, finding refuge in a book Story of my life.

    My favorite graphic novel that I ve read in a while.Gwen read it last night, and asked me to read it to them before bed tonight It s sad, she said.It s a subtle, but wonderful tribute to readers that the illustrations are in color when Helene is engrossed in her book.And it was nice that I d read Jane Eyre for the first time less than a year ago.

    Liz Janet
    Much like Blue is the Warmest Color, this novel is best to read in French, but the English translation is not bad This is a story that mixes the main character H l ne, who is bullied, a fox, and Jane Eyre H l ne loses herself in the novel, it is her escape from what is happening to her Then she meets a fox, who connects with her, much like someone else that shows up later The art was not the best one, but not the worst, it is very pencil like, with dark and opaque tones My main criticism derives [...]

    Karen Witzler
    A YA graphic novel about bullying and loneliness So deeply felt and accurate, I wanted to weep for Helene as she looked into the illustration of the pit of despair She does have windows out of her world, a caring family, literature in this instance Jane Eyre and a glimpse of wild nature in the person of a fox Helene acquires a friend at the end and experiences the wonderful feeling of acceptance, but this seems almost like a false ending to me I would have preferred that she came to accept her o [...]

    ريم الصالح
    Such a beautiful piece of art this graphic novel I really liked the use of classics like Jane Eare in the life of a teenaged girl who has been bullied non stop for her weight Something I would consider clever Although I wished the fox had a bigger part than just a page but still, Beautiful work and very nice colour palette.

    This is a short graphic novel, simply written and illustrated, that says much without trying hard H l ne is being bullied for her weight by girls who were once her friend Why Does it really matter What matters is that she feels alone, unliked and unlikeable, and she finds comfort in reading Jane Eyre Because Jane is different, too It s H l ne s quiet acceptance of the taunting directed towards her that was so painful for me to read She takes it all to heart, fully believing what s said about her [...]

    Melissa Chung
    Some people go crazy over stories like this I enjoyed it for what it was It s about a little girl late elementaryearly Jr High I have no idea She used to have a lot of friends, but now she is chubby and people tease her It s relatable Not every one is skinny But it s not my shame so it wasn t as gripping as it would be to some one else If I read a graphic novel about a poor kid who grew up in the middle of a sex and drug induced household then I d be like this story was amazing.I have also not r [...]

    A friendless girl is bullied about her weight by her classmates, and escapes from her misery via Jane Eyre And then a fox sees her, and she makes a friend.Of course I can relate to a story about a girl who uses books as a substitute for real people, but I was deeply touched by the way the author and illustrator dealt with body image issues.It would have been super awesome if they d made the leap from one girl s inaccurate self image to societal pressure on girls as a whole, if they had centered [...]

    Quite possibly one the of the most profound graphic novels I ve read yet The main character, Helene, deeply resonated with me and surfaced a lot of the feelings I had as child who was also tormented by evil, evil female students Although it is written for middle grade girls, I highly recommend reading it because it is a relevant story for any age On top of that, it is gorgeously illustrated and formatted, which makes the entirety of this piece of work so much beautiful I thank my lovely coworke [...]

    This is a beautiful graphic novel about a sad little girl trying to overcome bullying through reading.The texture in the artwork is wonderful, the lines are so defined but so smooth, and the way the artist is able to create light and shade in her work is something I envy I loved the Quebecois touches and the way my eye was led across the page.I loved the watercolour washes and the quality of the writing It actually reminded me of another Quebecois comic I d read, Harvey, by Herve Bouchard becaus [...]

    H l ne is dealing with ostracization and bullying as best she can She turns to the classic defense of the lonely reading She finds some solace in Jane Eyre, but only starts pulling herself out of the spiral of self hate after another girl takes a few minutes to talk to her Sensitively written and drawn, this story felt aching familiar despite being set in another time and country.

    For an older audience than I expected probably 6th 9th grade Man, it s good.

    Sandra ZeilenSprung
    Meine erste Graphic Novel und es hat viel Spa gemacht

    Isadora Cal
    This is one of the most beautiful books I ve ever read I cried with joy, even though there is a sad tone.

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