Roz Chast Poignantly Draws the Conflicts of Elder Care

By Harry S. Margolis

It turns out everyone has parents, even famous cartoonists for The New Yorker. In her new graphic memoir, Can’t We Tallk About Something Pleasant?, Roz Chast describes the conflicts she had — both external and internal — with her parents as they aged, needed care, resisted care, and ultimately passed away.

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