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  • Published: 1 November 2018
  • ISBN: 9781473564435
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

Britain’s Best Political Cartoons 2018


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Another blockbuster collection of the year’s funniest political cartoons, featuring the wittiest drawings from The Times, Guardian, Telegraph, Economist and more

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A blockbuster collection of the year’s funniest political cartoons, featuring the work of Mac, Steve Bell, Peter Brookes and many more . . .

2018 was the year that Brexit got serious, royals got married, football got (briefly) feverish, and Trump got transformed into a giant baby blimp. In Britain’s Best Political Cartoons 2018, our very finest satirists turn their eyes and their pens to all these events and more, offering an incisive and often hilarious tour through a tumultuous twelve months.

  • Pub date: 1 November 2018
  • ISBN: 9781473564435
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

About the Author

Tim Benson

Dr Tim Benson is Britain’s leading authority on political cartoons. He runs the Political Cartoon Gallery and Café which is located near the River Thames in Putney. He has produced numerous books on the history of cartoons, including Giless War, Churchill in Caricature, Low and the Dictators, The Cartoon Century: Modern Britain through the Eyes of Its Cartoonists, Drawing the Curtain: The Cold War in Cartoons and Over the Top: A Cartoon History of Australia at War.

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Praise for Britain’s Best Political Cartoons 2018

“Thankfully, Britain’s best satirists were around to turn their eyes and their pens to all [the UK’s] events and more – and much of their best work features in this years title.”

Total Politics

“Thankfully, Britain’s best satirists were around to turn their eyes and their pens to all [the UK’s] events and more – and much of their best work features in this years title.”

Total Politics

“Features all the year’s finest works from Peter Brookes, Morten Morland, Steve Bell and all the rest.”

Politico

“A blockbuster collection of the year’s funniest political cartoons . . . [compiled by] Britain’s leading authority on political cartoons . . . It made us chuckle.”

Eamonn Holmes, talkRADIO

“A fascinating introductory essay . . . [The book] contains a couple of hundred cartoons which suggest that the political cartoon is in rude health.”

Nikki Bedi, BBC Radio 4 Front Row

“A look back over the year through the satirical art of political cartooning . . . A very timely book.”

Herald

“Features some of our sharpest satirists turning their acerbic gaze on the events of the past year.”

Choice


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