In a world where what you do defines who you are, Miss Remarkable is having a hard time finding her way. Starting out with goals that are impossibly high, she despairs that nothing she does is ever good enough then vainly seeks guidance from dubious friends, demanding parents, and well-meaning boyfriends, eventually realising that only by listening to herself will she find real happiness. Joanna Dranger's vivid line drawings provide brilliant and hilarious visual metaphors for the kind of anxious uncertainty that plagues overachievers everywhere.
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Joanna Rubin Dranger lives in Stockholm and works as a writer and illustrator. She received the Swedish Illustrator's Award in 2000 for Best Graphic Novel for Miss Remarkable and Her Career, with the praise, "with charm, intelligence, and humour, she is able to portray the nuances of our everyday life".Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Swedish
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