All In Line was one of the most distinctive collections of cartoons, when published in 1945 (Duell). Today, with his first volume in four years, we have again some 300 examples of his sophisticated humor, humor that has a certain wry quality, a satiric commentary on our times. About two thirds of the drawings are new to those who know his work in such varied media as the New Yorker, the Architectural Forum, etc. No words- and none are needed. There's brilliant craftsmanship in these adroit rationalizations of child techniques.