Sunday Times Magazine 23 September 1973 Marilyn Monroe Alan Aldridge Butterfly Ball
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Sunday Times Magazine 23 September 1973 Marilyn Monroe Alan Aldridge Butterfly BallThe Sunday Times Magazine , Contents, September 23, 1973 The Polish paradox: a visit to one of Eastern Europe's most enigmatic countries, by Mervyn Jones; photographs by Leonard Freed. Page 26
Booking out: why Tony Godwin forsook British publishing for the United States, by Hunter Davies; photograph by Duffy. Page 51
Marilyn - Survival in Hollywood: the second part of Norman Mailer's life of Marilyn Monroe. Page 56
Radio Fun: how five stations battle for the attention of a small American town, by Philip Norman; photographs by David Reed. Page 75
The small fortune: George Rosie looks at Exchange and Mart, and its 105 years of profitable small ads. Page 85
Animal Magic: introducing The Butterfly Ball, a remarkable new book for children with illustrations by Alan Aldridge and poems by William Plomer; with an account of the book's conception, by George Perry; and a special offer for Sunday Times readers. Page 90
King Hustler: why it is never safe to play tennis for money against Bobby Riggs, by Jon Bradshaw. Page 100 Gardeners' Guide: part 15, including climbing roses and a trellis; and the Paved Garden. Page 109
Treescape: a recognition chart of British trees; draWings by Charles Raymond. Page 113
Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crossword. Page 117. Sept 1973.
Vg condition. Cover has been taped over staples. Will be posted in a cardboard envelope.
The Sunday 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 worlds great photographers. As well as a string of sumptuously presented images are works by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Jilly Cooper and Nicholas Tomalin.
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