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The works of Lynd Ward

I finished six of Lynd Ward’s wordless novels. Now to read his “Storyteller without Words.” The Library of America editions include essays by Ward himself about his novels. The words are beautiful, describing his process behind each novel and his craft. Every artist and writer should read his essay “On ‘God’s Man’” and “On ‘Madman’s …

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Prelude to a Million Years by Lynd Ward

I read my first wordless novel, “Prelude to a Million Years” by Lynd Ward. For more information about a wordless novel versus a graphic novel, click here.

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