SUNDAY TIMES Magazine 13 October 1974 Picasso Charlie Chaplin Charles de Gaulle
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SUNDAY TIMES Magazine 13 October 1974 Picasso Charlie Chaplin Charles de GaulleTHE SUNDAY TIMES magazine Contents, October 13, 1974 Mission Impossible: the 31 plots to kill Charles de Gaulle from a new book by Pierre Demaret and Christian Plume, adapted by Patrick Nicholson; illustrations by Yves Thos. Page 20 The Great Ski Revolution: the short ski teaching method, the second of our three extracts from We Learned to Ski by Harold Evans, Brian Jackman and Mark Ottaway. Page 32 The Late Picasso: the little-known paintings from Picasso's own collection, and photographs of the artist at home, from Goodbye Picasso, by David Douglas Duncan; and an assessment of Picasso's reputation by William Feaver. Page 46 My Life in Pictures: a preview of Charlie Chaplin's auto-biography, which begins a three-part serialisation in the Magazine next week, by Francis Wyndham. Page 59 THE FACTS OF LIFE: week five of our 10-week series about man's discoveries about himself and Ms nature. Details of binder offer—page 85. Page 71 Chess by Peter Clarke; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crossword Has been completed in biro. Page 90 .
TheSunday Times Magazine is a supplement to The Sunday Times newspaper. The Sunday Times Magazine became Britain’s first colour newspaper supplement on its launch in February 1962. Over the past 50 years, The Sunday Times magazine has featured stunning images by many of the world’s great photographers, including Don McCullin, Eve Arnold, RichardAvedon, David Bailey, Sam Taylor-Wood, Terry-O’Neill, Chris Floyd and Stuart Franklin. As well as a string of sumptuously presented images areworks from the magazine by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Jilly Cooperand Nicholas Tomalin.
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