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A resourceful and resilient tailor transforms his worn-out overcoat into smaller and smaller garments. The patchwork layout of the pages, the two-dimensional paint ings, and the exaggerated perspectives, reminiscent of the folk art tradition, are the very fabric that turn this overcoat into a story.
The popular American folk song of the old woman with an insatiable taste for life is served up in a fresh presentation. The reader is treated to an insider's view of her progressively excessive appetite through expanding die-cut peepholes to the in evi table climax.