As cat-loving New Yorker readers know, George Booth probably was a cat in some former incarnation. No mere cartoonist could...

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THINK GOOD THOUGHTS ABOUT A PUSSYCAT

As cat-loving New Yorker readers know, George Booth probably was a cat in some former incarnation. No mere cartoonist could so effortlessly plumb the scruffy solipsistic depths at the heart of the beast. But then he's pretty uncanny on dogs too--and naked light bulbs and cavemen and shambling children and murderous-looking philodendrons and hatchet-faced little old ladies. A bargain at any price.

Pub Date: Oct. 27, 1975

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Dodd, Mead

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1975