Joey the Clown (Fantasia Pictorial)

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  • Hardcover
  • 27 pages
  • Joey the Clown (Fantasia Pictorial)
  • Keisuke Tsutsui
  • English
  • 01 August 2018
  • 9780723217831

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    Probably inspired by Peter and the Wolf, this series from Japanese publisher Gakken is inspired by well known masterpieces of music to help young readers expand their musical imaginations Honestly, I didn t know this song so I played it via YouTube as I read the picture book What can I say It sounds like the soundtrack to a Looney Tunes cartoon Not restful It is very carnivalesque.But clowns are a hard sell for me I hate em The artwork in this book doesn t help, because I m not usually a fan of that muddied dye look, especially when it makes the text difficult to read which it does, in this case I m thrown right back to kindergarten, when I desperately wanted to paint, except there were three pots of colour and someone had always been in first and put the blue into the red, the yellow with the blue And those paint brushes were to stiff, and the bristles kept falling out Yet there s a cadre of picture book illustrators who paint in this deliberately naive style The resulting illustrations are appropriately naive, but with the hand of someone who knows how to depict facial expression, and who has a grasp on graphic design on the page That s the true difference between the crap I turned out in kindy and Saburo Watanabe and Chris McKimmie et al who are very good As for the story Well, it s very Japanese The translation done by a woman with the wonderfully fishy name of herring throws up words which are regular in Japanese but unusual in English e.g he is buttonholed by some men the passive is far common in Japanese, too , and droll and delegation of housewives I m dead certain the onomatopoeia would sound better in Tsutsui s original Japanese, because Japanese has BETTER onomatopoeia than English There, I ve said it It s an objective fact Herring does her best with what English has to offer So the clown does all these tricks in this clown get up and is accosted in his down time by various opponents, for example the housewives who don t want him to set a bad example by spinning plates in front of the children He gets jack of that No one cares who he really is underneath So then the sad clown decides to end it all I think he s going to jump to his death, Black Swan style I m thinking, but this is a picture book It s a Japanese translation from the 1970s, but still it s a picture book He kind of does jump to his death, but he only breaks his leg Then, this little boy who has sat unsmilingly in the audience this entire time checks in on him in hospital and finally sees the clown without his face on He s been paying such close attention that the boy recognises the clown even without his paint He has brought flowers, in a touching gender subversion Not that clowns are highly gendered Then the boy laughs, the clown is happy to have someone finally care about him THE REAL HIM and the story ends I fiddled with the paper to make sure there wasn t another page, stuck to the last one But nope, that s the actual end.This is a very Japanese story, about the difference between omote public face and ura private face We have this distinction in Western culture, but they re especially marked in Japan, to the point where entire books have been written on the topic I remember reading one once, sitting in the stacks in a Japanese university, the summer of 2000, enjoying the air con.

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