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If the title sounds familiar to you, it is because it derives from one of the author's cartoons, the most widely reprinted drawing in New Yorker history. Bob Mankoff's abundantly illustrated new book is as wry, witty, and entertaining as the cartoons that made him one of the most popular illustrators in the magazine's history, but it can hardly be called an autobiography, at least in the conventional sense. Mankoff is too free-spirited and generous not to share space with fellow cartoon artists. He also writes candidly about the entire process of successfully creating captioned pictures that pack a surprise twist or an extra punch.