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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Shaun Tan's Cicada : A Meditation on Belonging and Bullying – in Pictures
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'In his latest picture book, acclaimed Australian illustrator, writer and film-maker Shaun Tan explores the ponderous themes of migrant workers and workplace bullying through the voice of a hardworking insect who has toiled away, unappreciated and without promotion, alongside humans in a grey office block for 17 years.

'The author of award-winning books including The Rabbits, The Red Tree and The Arrival, as well as Oscar-winning short film The Lost Thing, reveals behind the scenes of the horrifying and humorous story, showing us the sketches and moveable sculptures that ultimately allowed Cicada to fly. '  (Introduction)

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/books/gallery/2018/jun/29/shaun-tans-cicada-a-meditation-on-belonging-and-bullying-in-pictures Shaun Tan's Cicada : A Meditation on Belonging and Bullying – in Picturessmall AustLit logo The Guardian Australia
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  • Cicada Shaun Tan , 2018 single work picture book
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