Ronald Searle is the most acclaimed satirical graphic artist of the twentieth century. He delighted millions with his creation of St Trinians and is a leading contributor to Le Monde' and 'Life' magazine. He has published many books with Souvenir Press, including 'Illustrated Winespeak' and 'Something in the Cellar', international bestsellers that are constantly reprinted, 'Slightly Foxed', 'Illustrated Winespeak', 'Ronald Searle's Non-Sexist Dictionary' and our new edition of 'Searle's Cats'.
""With determination and courage he managed to keep a record in drawings of his years of suffering as a prisoner in Singapore and on the Burma-Siam Railway . . .Harrowing and moving . . .His drawings are a vivid testimony of the truth and of the suffering of so many." Sir Hugh Cortazzi, "Japan Book Review"