“The laughs start with the title and never stop.”—Entertainment Weekly
“Plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.”—Washington Post
“Some names in this collection elicit laughter upon mention—Woody Allen, Dorothy Parker, E. B. White—but meet some new voices—Simon Rich on free-range chicks, Noah Baumbach on his last relationship in the form of Zagat reviews.”—Chicago Tribune, Editor’s Choice
“[Spans] decades of brilliant lunacy. . . . Warning label: Guffaws are a side effect of ingesting Disquiet.”—San Diego Union-Tribune
“Stellar indeed. . . . One of the joys of this collection is seeing how the writers approach a seemingly innocuous idea, then stretch it, shake it and bake it into something completely ridiculous and hilarious.”—Toronto Star
David Remnick is the editor of The New Yorker.
Henry Finder is the editorial director of The New Yorker.
From the Hardcover edition.
years of great humor and wit from the New Yorker.
Can browse this for years and years.
Very funny reads in this book. Recommend for anyone looking for a good laugh. Haven't read a book more funny than this one.Published 21 months ago by N. Kostallas
The New Yorker never fails. This collection of stories will keep me happy for a long time to come and more...Published 24 months ago by C. Alvarez
Definitely a book to pick up and read and laugh over and over again! Will buy and give this book as a gift many times.Published on January 7, 2013 by Trufflepop
And it doesn't get much better than The New Yorker! What a great book. I really like G-rated humor and this book abounds in it.Published on December 18, 2012 by Jeremy P
I expected a book of contemporary writings and didn't realize I was getting writings that date back 50 yrs and more.........
I'll just give it to a book sale...........
Disquiet, Please! is a collection of humor writing from the New Yorker magazine and was just what we expected! Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by Paula Haddow