interpretive biography of the life of Marie Curie in unconventional graphic
novel form, Redniss's tale benefits from her on-the-spot research into the
various venues frequented by Curie. Blocks of robustly informative text
are bolstered by drawings reminiscent of Egon Schiele's work, in an aptly
March 7: "Corporate America now desperately needs the powers associated with the poetic imagination not only to see its way through the present whirligig of change, but also, because poetry asks for accountability..."