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Straight talking: Roz Chast's work tackles a dark, tricky subject
Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?
Cracking up: Roz Chast's graphic memoir finds the humor and heartache in being her parents' sole caretaker during their final years.CreditImage from "Can't ...
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Roz Chast's latest memoir is based on her experience of caring for aging parents. (RozChast.com)
A page from "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant," a graphic memoir by cartoonist Roz Chast (Bloomsbury, May 2014). Photo Credit: Bloomsbury
Roz Chast in Conversation
Roz Chast: “Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” | The New Yorker
Going into Town : A Love Letter to New York
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Roz Chast, A Visit From the Relatives
Going into Town: A Love Letter to New York, a book by Roz Chast
Why Don't You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?
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Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" by cartoonist Roz Chast. REUTERS/Handout
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The above and following images are from Chast's new book, Going Into Town: A Love Letter to New York.
Cartoon Memoirs: An Evening with Roz Chast
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A cartoon by Roz Chast. For more from this week's issue: http:/
Above, cartoonist Roz Chast and the cover of her latest book Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? Below, Chast's take on the reality of letting her ...
"I'd rather take opium than hemlock. I sometimes think, once you're lying there, why not do something that might be fun?"Roz Chast
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Roz Chast wryly recalls her elderly parents in a graphic memoir
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From Going into Town: A Love Letter to New York. Illustration courtesy of Roz Chast
TITLE: Jesus turns water into Vitamin Water. Jesus before a jug, saying "T... - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast | Art.com
The Last Family Vacation - New Yorker Cartoon
The Girl With the Sensible Shoes' - New Yorker Cartoon
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"I CAN'T BELIEVE I ATE ALL THAT KALE FOR NOTHING." - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast | Art.com
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Blackboard diagram: 56% can't do the math; 54% won't do the math. - New Yorker Cartoon
'New Yorker' Cartoonist Roz Chast's Superspecific Guide to Manhattan - Condé Nast Traveler
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Snow White is storming away from a group of seven trolls who are following… - New Yorker Cartoon
A Valuable Reputation
Illustration by Roz Chast
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Roz Chast's Five Minutes to Deadline, watercolor and pen on paper, 2002.
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Failed Laundry Detergents - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast | Art.com
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The Last Thanksgiving - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
New Yorker magazine cartoonist Roz Chast has a new book. That makes me super anxious. It's not that I'm jealous. I would be totally fine, but I couldn't ...
Roz Chast Draws—and Talks to—Alec Baldwin
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The Three Wise Men of Thanksgiving - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
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Roz Chast, "Going To Town"
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Grad School Parent-Teacher Conference - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
Rationalizations to Live By: Henry Beard, John Boswell, Andy Borowitz, Roz Chast: 9780761116363: Amazon.com: Books
Title: "Old Yarns"; From left to right, "The Mariner of Lexington Avenue" … - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
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Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir: Amazon.co.uk: Roz Chast: 9781608198061: Books
And it hasn't really changed my feelings about any of this. It's a terrible thing. I mean, basically, having a body is a disaster.
Groups of construction workers paralyzed over getting a new road just perf… - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
Menorah details why it was never lit during the holiday. - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
Rorschach's Parents Dad: 'I distinctly see a camel wrestling with a butter… - New Yorker Cartoon Premium Giclee Print by Roz Chast at AllPosters.com
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... panels from her memoir, "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" — the artist's take on everyday life is familiar to subscribers of that magazine.