Art Young’s Inferno: A Journey Through Hell Six Hundred Years After Dante

TitleArt Young’s Inferno: A Journey Through Hell Six Hundred Years After Dante
Year for Search1934
AuthorsYoung, Art [Arthur Henry](1866-1943)
Pagination178 pp.
Date Published[1934]
PublisherDelphic Studios
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Satan has lost control of Hell to U.S. capitalists. The section “It’s Good for Us” was originally entitled (Utopians and Their Critics” (33-34 in the Fantagraphics Edition).

Additional Publishers

Repub. with the previously unpublished original art as Art Young’s Inferno: Original Art Edition. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, 2020, with Steven Heller, “Forever Art Young” (xi-xii), Glenn Bray, “Art Young’s Revised Inferno” (xv), and Art Young: An American” (xvii-xx). xx + 164 pp.978-1683962809

Illustration

Illus. by the author.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author (1866-1943) was a well-known cartoonist and socialist.

Full Text

[1934] Young, Art [Arthur Henry] (1866-1943). Art Young’s Inferno: A Journey Through Hell Six Hundred Years After Dante. Illus. by the author. New York: Delphic Studios. 176 pp. Repub. with the previously unpublished original art as Art Young’s Inferno: Original Art Edition. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, 2020, with Steven Heller, “Forever Art Young” (xi-xii), Glenn Bray, “Art Young’s Revised Inferno” (xv), and Art Young: An American” (xvii-xx). xx + 164 pp. PSt

Satan has lost control of Hell to U.S. capitalists. The section “It’s Good for Us” was originally entitled (Utopians and Their Critics” (33-34 in the Fantagraphics Edition). The author was a well-known cartoonist and socialist.