Thurber's Men, Women and Dogs

by James Thurber

Other authorsJames Thurber (Illustrator), Dorothy Parker (Foreword)
Hardcover, 1943




Harcourt Brace (1943), Edition: 1st, 211 pages

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LibraryThing member unclebob53703
Some of the best and funniest cartoons ever made, by a genuine American treasure. This has an inlaid autograph by William Windom, who starred in the (short-lived) TV series My World and Welcome To It, which was based on Thurber's writings. Met him when I was in college and doing a review of his
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one-man-show for the school paper.
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LibraryThing member bunnyjadwiga
I have such a huge weakness for Thurber, especially his cartoons, despite the misogyny sometimes depicted in his view of the world (not to mention the misanthropy; in Thurber's world, only the dogs are innocent, and they are puzzled). Includes "That's my first wife up there...", "Here, here,
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there's a place for that, Sir," "Darling, I seem to have this rabbit," "Ooh, Guesties!", "I come from haunts of coot and hern," "Well, I'm disenchanted, too, We're all disenchanted," and "The Masculine Approach," "The War between Men and Women,"
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