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The New Yorker Book of True Love Cartoons

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Meeting. Wooing. Dating. Mating. Wanting sex. Having sex. Regretting sex. Recovering from sex. Talking. Not talking. Proposing. Refusing. Marrying. Unmarrying. Remarrying . . . Here is the dance of true love captured at all its most outrageously funny moments--the graceful and the awkward, the blissful and the tormented.

Here is meeting made easy at the "Mate Mart," Rilke
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Hardcover, 112 pages
Published January 9th 1999 by Knopf (first published 1999)
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Dec 15, 2017 rated it it was ok
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I'm not sure how this is a book of true love cartoons when almost half of them are about fighting, divorcing, and irreconcilable differences. Also they're all straight. I guess there were some funny ones, but all I could keep thinking was "How is this true love?"
Jamison
Oct 23, 2011 rated it really liked it
a good light vacation read. i like new yorker collections.... (there are a couple of books titled "rejection cartoons" that are hilarious, that have interviews with the artists. great books.)

the usual suspects are here... peter arno...thurber....the furry looking art of edward koren....and, mu favourite charles addams cartoon (this week)--

it's a dark and stormy night. in the cobwebbed parlour of a disheveled mansion, a couple sit on an old couch. a tall, distinguished man has his arm around a t
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marriage is definitely a joke, but how about love?
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