Here are more excerpts from Great Cartoons of the World, Volume 4, edited by John Bailey, which I've been putting herefor the past few weeks.
Charles Saxon for The New Yorker who as is said of in the introduction, “reveals tremendous insight into children and the horrendous duties they are compelled to perform without quite understanding them.”
These two are by John Glashan
Frank Modell for The New Yorker did this cartoon which is also mentioned in the book's introduction:
Just as neatly, Modell ponts out the sad fact that love ends. Not for everyone, of course, but for some people, and, not infrequently, the most unlikely people.
Bruce Petty again for The New Yorker
Edward Koren for, who do you think?
Robert Day for Look
Norman Thelwell for Punch
38 FAILs Brought About By a Critical Error in Cognitive Function - These people missed the mark when it came to thinking things through.
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