If you look carefully, you can detect the quirks and nuances of our individual styles. There was Natalie, who dabbled in political commentary. Take photos of Marilyn Monroe to illustrate “decolletage” on page 343: Natalie’s idea of a feminist critique. I prefer her less pretentious pages, couplings like page 293–Calvin Coolidge, coot; or 865–Mussolini, musk ox. Throwaways, yes. Easy targets. But I like the cartoonists waggishness. I like it when she doesn’t strain to make her point.
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