Book cover for "The Postmaster", a short story by Russian writer Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), first published in 1830.
This story by the father of Russian literature brings together his narrative style: drama, romance and satire, in the tragic story of a humble postmaster and his beautiful daughter, which abandons him for a nobleman in the Russian countryside.
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The crooked angles, cartoony characters, and painterly light effects come from a mixture of artists, from Walt Peregoy (former Disney and Hanna-Barbera's background artist) to Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack).
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