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Jules Feiffer papers by Jules Feiffer

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Published .
Written in English


  • Correspondence,
  • Politics and government,
  • Playboy Enterprises,
  • American Motion picture plays,
  • American fiction,
  • Caricatures and cartoons,
  • American drama

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination15,000 59 3 25
Number of Pages15000
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25207506M
LC Control Number97083993

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Jules Feiffer, Author. Hyperion/di Capua $ (32p) ISBN In a cathartic book that recalls aspects of Where the Wild Things Are, a boy refuses to answer to his name and adopts. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: "Jules Ralph Feiffer (born Janu )[1][2] is an American cartoonist and author, who was considered the most widely read satirist in the country.[3] He won the Pulitzer Prize in as America's leading editorial cartoonist, and in he was inducted into the Comic Book . Subversive, funny, and effortlessly droll, Jules Feiffer’s cartoons were all over New York in the s and ’70s—featured in the Village Voice, but also cut out and pinned to bulletin boards in offices and on refrigerators at home. Feiffer describes himself as “lucking into the zeitgeist,” and there’s some truth to the sentiment; Feiffer’s brand of satire reflected Americans. This book is hilarious. A girl can't find her bear, her Very Most Favorite stuffed animal. Naturally she acts as if the world is ending. Instead of helping her find the Reviews:

  HarperCollins has just published “Smart George,” a sequel to one of Mr. Feiffer’s most enduringly popular books, “Bark, George,” from The original book, which focused on a .   The cartoonist, whose new picture book is “Smart George,” read Michael Chabon’s “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay” on a trip to the Dominican Republic: “For five days, I. In , Feiffer donated his papers and several hundred original cartoons and book illustrations to the Library of Congress. In , Feiffer published Kill My Mother: A Graphic Novel through Liveright Publishing. Kill My Mother was named a Vanity Fair Best Book of and a Kirkus Reviews Best Fiction Book of Feiffer also worked on numerous children’s books. In addition to illustrating the popular The Phantom Tollbooth (), written by Norton Juster, he wrote I Lost My Bear (), Bark, George (), The House Across the Street (), and A Room with a Zoo (). His memoir, Backing into Forward, was published in

Feiffer, Jules. Jules Feiffer papers, (bulk ). The apple tree / music, lyrics, and book by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick ; additional book material by Jerome Coopersmith ; based on stories by Mark Twain, Frank R. Stockton, and Jules Feiffer, SOME THINGS ARE SCARY, written by Florence Parry Heide, is his first book for Candlewick Press. Coincidentally, Robert Osborne, who originally illustrated SOME THINGS ARE SCARY in , was a major influence on Jules Feiffer's work. Of his first readi/5. Feiffer continues his nationally syndicated weekly cartoon and monthly op-ed cartoon for the New York Times. His most recent book, "By the Side of the Road," is one of several books he has written for children. He lives in New York.   Name it, and Jules Feiffer has done it. He’s a cartoonist, playwright, screenwriter, illustrator and memoirist. He’s won an Oscar and a Pulitzer Prize, .