Self-Published Author Releases First Volume of Who Speaks For Man?

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Remarkable writers captured in visually arresting woodblock prints

From artist Dick Wolf comes Who Speaks For Man?: Volume I, a collection of breathtaking woodcuts portraying poets, authors, playwrights, and novelists that have contributed remarkably in the world of literature.

Who Speaks For Man?: Volume I presents a series of woodblock prints showing numerous authors and personal illustrations of some of their major works. The authors showcased in this selection were chosen because of their relevance to the notions of caring and compassion found in their stories, poems, and plays. From the Russian poet Anna Akhmatova to American playwright Paddy Chayefsky to the British novelist Aldous Huxley to French author Emile Zola, each page in this collection will captivate and intrigue readers with stories that lurk behind both the artistic and literary piece.

“I have chosen these individuals in a somewhat arbitrary fashion but one close to my own particular feelings,” shares Wolf.

With graceful strokes that shine through each original work done by the artist in this collection, Who Speaks For Man?: Volume I will fascinate the art aficionado and the literary lover.

For more information on this book and to see more of Dick Wolf’s works, interested parties may log on to

About the Author / Illustrator
Dick Wolf has been living and working in the north east of Connecticut since arriving from Western New York State in the 1960’s. He exhibits locally and regionally on a regular basis. Mr. Wolf’s themes include biographical studies of famous artist and musicians in visual form. These forms include small black and white woodcuts portraying artists and authors and larger acrylic paintings showing composers of Classical music. Mr. Wolf’s studio is located in Willimantic, Connecticut.

Who Speaks For Man? * by Dick Wolf
Volume I

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