|Title ||Thirty Seventh Series|
|Original Price ||£1.60|
|Date Cartoons Start ||22/07/1982||Date Cartoons End ||31/05/1983|
|Number of Cartoons ||121|
|Published by ||Daily Express Publications||ISBN |
Introduction by - Sir John Betjeman
The subtle humour of Giles cartoons are a
gentle reflection of the absurdities of our age.
I am very honoured to have been the
subject of a cartoon from the past, loved by Giles, depicting a workman
climbing from his demolition machine saying to his foreman: 'I've just
knocked down John Betjeman. It makes me very glad that I should be
singled out as a public monument due for demolition, that puts me in the
top class, architecturally at least.
I am delighted to endorse yet another