100 days in Uranium City

2018, Book , 1 volume (unpaged) :
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Summary/Review: "Inspired by the stories her father told her, Dénommé sketches a portrait of a Northern mining town in the 1970s. Shifts in the uranium mine last 100 more...
Summary/Review: "Inspired by the stories her father told her, Dénommé sketches a portrait of a Northern mining town in the 1970s. Shifts in the uranium mine last 100 days, then two weeks to adjust to civilization before returning. The pay is good, the work is grueling and everyone drinks heavily on a Saturday night. Life is hollow, one shift at a time, waiting for the depletion of resources - natural or human. A quiet but powerful read, rendered in gorgeous pencil, like the dust of the mine revealing lives on the page."--
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