Sunday Times Magazine 29 April 1973 Madame Binh pre-Norman Britain Edward Hopper
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Sunday Times Magazine 29 April 1973 Madame Binh pre-Norman Britain Edward HopperThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, April 29,1973
Goodbye to all this: a survey of London buildings threatened by redevelopment, compiled by Christopher Booker and Candida Lycett-Green. Page 20
Women against the System: the politics of protest in Paris-five radical women interviewed by Mo Teitelbaum; photographs by Eva Sereny. Page 28
The Guiding Light: the paintings of the American artist Edward Hopper, assessed by Robert Melville; research by Roger Law. Plus a special offer to Sunday Times readers of a book of Hopper's work. Page 48
A view of Venice: the tourist trap without the tourists, photographed by Snowdon. Page 64
Discovering ancient Britain! The final part of our three-week series on pre-Norman Britain. The first Englishmen: Barry Cunliffe describes the life and environment of a farmer in Anglo-Saxon times. Illustration by Michael Leonard. Page 75
Sites of the Dark Ages: map and tourist guide to Britain between the Roman withdrawal and the Norman conquest. Map by Ivan and Robin Dodd; research by Victoria Radin and Sheila McNeil. Page 77
The Age of Bede: the emergence of Northumbria as a scholastic and cultural centre, by Professor H. R. Loyn. Page 83
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