Writer and illustrator Maira Kalman is known for her books for children and adults, her love of dogs, and her New Yorker covers. Her words and pictures bring life’s intrinsic quirkiness and whimsy into relief right alongside life’s intrinsic seriousness.
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The New Yorker’s Kathryn Schulz has a theory for what’s behind the use of the phrase "No, totally" as a way to agree with someone. She points to an English word that we’ve lost: "Nay."