Searle, Ronald (William Fordham)

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SEARLE, Ronald (William Fordham)

SEARLE, Ronald (William Fordham). British, b. 1920. Genres: Humor/ Satire. Career: Graphic artist and cartoonist: creator of St. Trinian's series. Publications: Forty Drawings, 1946; Le Nouveau Ballet Anglais, 1947; Hurrah for St. Trinian's!, 1948; The Female Approach, 1949; Back to the Slaughterhouse, 1951; Souls in Torment, 1953; Rake's Progress, 1955; Merry England, 1956; (with G. Willans) The Complete Molesworth, 1958; Which Way Did He Go, 1961; Searle in the Sixties, 1965; From Frozen North to Filthy Lucre, 1964; Pardong M'sieur, 1965; Searle's Cats, 1967; The Square Egg, 1968; Hello - Where Did All the People Go?, 1969; Hommage a Toulouse-Lautrec, 1969; Secret Sketchbook, 1970; The Addict, 1971; More Cats, 1975; Drawings from Gilbert and Sullivan, 1975; The Zoodiac, 1977; Ronald Searle, 1978; The King of Beasts, 1980; The Big Fat Cat Book, 1982; Winespeak, 1983; Ronald Searle in Perspective, 1984; Ronald Searle's Golden Oldies, 1985; To the Kwai and Back, 1986; Something in the Cellar, 1986; Ah, Yes, I Remember It Well: Paris 1961-1975, 1987; Ronald Searle's Non-Sexist Dictionary, 1988; Slightly Foxed - But Still Desirable, 1989; Carnet de Croquis, 1992; The Curse of St. Trinian's, 1993; Marquis de Sade Meets Goody Two-Shoes, 1994; The Hatless Man, 1995; Ronald Searle dans LeMonde, 1998; Terror of St. Trinian's & Other Drawings, 2000. Address: c/o The Sayle Literary Agency, 25 Bickerton Rd, London N19 5JT, England. Online address: [email protected]