The all-new Yale Book of Quotations attributes to Richard Lewis the expression, “the (blank) from hell,” as in “I had a date from hell.” Asked how he felt these years after he created a phrase that is an integral part of daily vernacular and advertising jargon, Lewis uncharacteristically said, “I’m
From An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons, and True Stories by Ivan Brunetti, forthcoming in October. Stay tuned for more previews from this and other forthcoming titles from Yale University Press.
The Yale Book of Quotations, compiled by Fred R. Shapiro, is due out in October. But “aren’t there already books of quotations out there?” the review in Yale Alumni Magazine asks. “Do we need another? “Fred Shapiro’s answer is Yes, and yes. There are people who pick up Bartlett’s Familiar
Here is a sneak peek at In the Studio: Visits with Contemporary Cartoonists by Todd Hignite, the founding editor of Comic Art Magazine. In the Studio will be available in September. 2.03 Art Spiegelman, detail from “High Art Lowdown,” Artforum, December 1990. Copyright © 1990 by Art Spiegelman. 6.26 Daniel
“With [Thomas] Jefferson I conversed at length on the subject of architecture — Palladio, he said, ‘was the Bible — you should get it and stick close to it.’” – Colonel Isaac A. Coles, 1816 Andrea di Pietro della Gondola (1508-1580)–better known by the name Palladio, after the Greek goddess
“What you have received as an inheritance from your fathers, you must possess again in order to make it your own.” – Jaroslav Pelikan’s motto, from Goethe’s Faust Jaroslav Jan Pelikan, Sterling Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University and one of the foremost scholars on the history of Christianity,