More than a book, this is a bona fide publishing event. The largest-ever collection of "New Yorker cartoons features the best of every decade in book form, plus two easy-to-browse CDs--Windows and Macintosh compatible--with every cartoon ever published in the magazine--more than 68,000 of them! Since its founding in the 1920s, "The New Yorker has ...Read MoreMore than a book, this is a bona fide publishing event. The largest-ever collection of "New Yorker cartoons features the best of every decade in book form, plus two easy-to-browse CDs--Windows and Macintosh compatible--with every cartoon ever published in the magazine--more than 68,000 of them! Since its founding in the 1920s, "The New Yorker has had a profound cultural impact on the country and the world, and has almost singlehandedly elevated the cartoon to an art form. For the first time ever, EVERY cartoon ever published in "The New Yorker is collected in one place. Accompanying the cartoons in the book, several thousand of them organized chronologically, are essays by eminent "New Yorker writers reflecting on the life and times (and sense of humor) of each successive decade. Additionally, each decade includes profiles and mini-portfolios of the cartoonists who made their marks on the era, from Peter Arno and Charles Addams to Bruce Eric Kaplan and Roz Chast. "Theme" features cover such subjects as Drinking, The Depression, and Politics. The two accompanying CDs feature every cartoon ever published in the magazine in a format that is accessible on any home computer and is browsable by date, cartoonist, subject, and more. This groundbreaking book, several years in the making, has been lovingly compiled by current "New Yorker cartoon editor (and respected cartoonist and author) Robert Mankoff, and the foreword is by David Remnick, the magazine's esteemed editor.Read Less
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People of all ages in our home have enjoyed looking through this book again and again. It has a great variety of humor. All the fun of looking through New Yorker magazine, but multiplied almost a hundred times over. Cartoons since 1925 provide an interesting history of the world, and the changes in politics and culture.
Sep 6, 2007
The best book in the "Waiting Room!"
The New Yorker is always the first magazine I witness people reach for regardless of the type of scheduled appointment that has brought them to a "Waiting Room." A bright, beautiful book full of classic cartoons that is a sure compliment to the coffee table; Whether it be in a home, office or waiting room.
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