The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs

The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs


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Only "The New Yorker" could fetch such an unbelievable roster of talent on the subject of man s best friend. This copious collection, beautifully illustrated in full color, features articles, fiction, humor, poems, cartoons, cover art, drafts, and drawings from the magazine s archives. The roster of contributors includes John Cheever, Susan Orlean, Roddy Doyle, Ian Frazier, Arthur Miller, John Updike, Roald Dahl, E. B. White, A. J. Liebling, Alexandra Fuller, Jerome Groopman, Jeffrey Toobin, T. Coraghessan Boyle, Ogden Nash, Donald Barthelme, Jonathan Lethem, Mark Strand, Anne Sexton, and Cathleen Schine. Complete with a Foreword by Malcolm Gladwell and a new essay by Adam Gopnik on the immortal canines of James Thurber, this gorgeous keepsake is a gift to dog lovers everywhere from the greatest magazine in the world."

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Product details

  • Hardback | 304 pages
  • 208.28 x 279.4 x 33.02mm | 1,202.01g
  • Random House USA Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 067964475X
  • 9780679644750
  • 85,109

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"The New Yorker "magazine began publishing in 1925.

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The title says it all. It s from the "New Yorker"! It s about dogs! . . . And, of course, it has wonderful cartoons. . . . Marvelous . . . A must-have. "Booklist" Do you have a dog lover in your family or circle of friends? Do you need to get them a holiday gift? Look no further. "The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs" is a terrific book. . . . Big in dimension, quantity and quality. I usually hate anthologies. . . . But this one works triumphantly. . . . Above all it works because there is tremendous writing. Because of the amused insouciance, the self-deprecation, the gentle unfolding of a structural irony, the skip and reveal of the final sentence, the knowledge of Not Too Much that seems intrinsic to the "New Yorker." And cartoons. Edmund De Waal, "The Spectator""

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