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"While Radowitzky's story has been told … it has never been told in quite the way Agustín Comotto tells it. Through a series of flashbacks [Prisoner 155] examines the agonies and survival of an exceptional individual." -Guardian
"Comotto's Prisoner 155 is, in my view, a truly great work, comparable to Art Spiegelman's Maus and Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, rich with complexity and ambiguity, and whose shy and sensitive central character, a committed humanist imbued with a deep sense of justice who never expressed regret for the two lives he took, remains an enigma. He was one of countless men and women, the salt of the earth, most of them anonymous, who chose to resist against an unjust, class-ridden society in the hope of building a better world for humanity." -Stuart Christie, from the foreword
Agustín Comotto is a researcher and artist based in Barcelona.
Stuart Christie is the author of Granny Made Me an Anarchist and We the Anarchists! A Study of the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI) 1927-1937.
Luigi Celentano is a translator, writer, and editor based in Buenos Aires.