Published June 24, 1991
"It was a time when men regularly performed great feats of valor but were rarely in touch with their feelings."
Father to son in museum about large statue of warrior with shield and sword.
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Jack Ziegler is a ramblin’ man - he was born in New York City, but has lived in San Francisco and Las Vegas. He began cartooning in 1972, and his first New Yorker cartoon was published in 1974. He now lives in rural Connecticut.