Tuesday, 14 January 2014

On women…

"This is about the unbridgeable gulf between what each of us wants and how to interpret another's feelings," says Mankoff. "It's a wonderfully complicated sentence, and we understand it transfers to the very complicated psychological dimensions that separate them from each other." Bruce Eric Kaplan, October 26, 1998.

One of several “favourite New Yorker cartoons ever,” as chosen by the magazine’s over-analytical cartoon editor.

Unaccountably, there was not one by Thurber, a man obsessed by both women and dogs – and possibly their best cartoonist ever. Easily remedied:


And my favourite…


[Hat tip George Evans Light]

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