The Press: Sick, Sick, Well

Just a year ago, the work of Jules Feiffer, 29, a slight, introspective New York cartoonist, was appearing only (and without pay) in the Village Voice, a furrowed-brow Greenwich Village weekly. Now Cartoonist Feiffer is up to his clean, button-down collar in offers from publishers. One book of his cartoons is a bestseller (5,000 copies a week). He appears in the London Observer, dashes off magazine ads and features (Playboy, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED), is discussing a screenplay for Director Stanley (Paths of Glory) Kubrick. His income tax for 1958 will be more than his entire income for 1957 (about $7,500), and his...

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