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Going into Town

A Love Letter to New York

by Roz Chast

Hardcover, 169 pages, St Martins Pr, List Price: $28 |

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The best-selling author of Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? presents an uproarious graphic-novel tribute to Manhattan that reflects on the culture clash between her rural-raised children and herself, sharing zany and occasionally practical advice on subjects ranging from sidewalk gum wads to navigating honeycombed grids.

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Going into Town includes a section on New York City's infamous water bugs, which are even bigger than cockroaches. Roz Chast/Bloomsbury hide caption

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Cartoonist Roz Chast Draws A 'Love Letter' To New York City, Cockroaches And All

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