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Jules Feiffer is a Cartoonist, playwright; born in New York City. His satirical cartoons first appeared in the Village Voice in 1956 and immediately established themselves as the quintessential images of bohemian/neurotic New Yorkers; the cartoons became nationally syndicated in 1959; and in 1992 he became a regular contributor to The New Yorker. He also wrote several plays, including Little Murders (1967), and filmscripts, notably Carnal Knowledge (1971).