The Very Best Of The Common Man

The Very Best Of The Common Man

The Very Best of the Common Man

From financial crises to the woes of householders, from political instability to rampant corruption, Laxman s Common Man cartoons capture the entire gamut of contemporary Indian experience. This special collection featuring the hundred most memorable Common Man cartoons of all time is a tribute to India s best-loved cartoonist and one of the most striking voices commenting on Indian socio-political life

Review
For half a century, the Times of India has thoughtfully provided an antidote to all the bad news brimming on its front pages. It s a sketch, a single box, inked by R.K. Laxman, the country s sharpest cartoonist and political satirist. Each morning, Laxman s frazzled character, known as the Common Man, confronts India s latest heartbreak with a kind of wry resignation. . . . What s common about this character is that like most Indians, he sees his country being forced through endless indignities by its leaders and yet doesn t even whimper in protest. --Time

About the Author
R.K. Laxman is India s best-loved cartoonist. His Common Man cartoons appeared regularly in the Times of India for over six decades...

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