Professional Heckler

Professional Heckler

Author: Terry Mosher

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ISBN: 0228002125

Page: 480

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Written by Terry Mosher, well known under the pen name Aislin for his decades of cartoons in the Montreal Gazette, the book is lavishly illustrated with hundreds of examples of Macpherson's drawings, paintings, and cartoons, as well as ...

A candid biography of one of the most influential editorial cartoonists in recent Canadian history.



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