Sunday Times Magazine 30 September 1973 Black Culture Pug Pearson Poker Marilyn Monroe

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Sunday Times Magazine 30 September 1973 Black Culture Pug Pearson Poker Marilyn Monroe
The Sunday Times Magazine Contents, September 30, 1973 'I Blame England': the plight of alienated Black teenagers in London, and their attitudes to their environment, by Peter Gillman; photographs by Colin Jones. Page 28 I don't want to go back': the other side of the coin - young blacks talk of their attempts to make a living in Britain. Page 47
'The Greatest Upset': the remarkable climax of the 1954 World Cup - an extract from the newly published Sunday Times History of the World Cup by Brian Glanville. Page 51 Marilyn by Mailer - The Body and the Mind: part three of our serialisation of Norman Mailer's life of Marilyn Monroe - the marriage to Arthur Miller. Page 60 The Canonisation of Comrade Kim: Philip Oakes examines the cult of personality in North Korea, and the hero-worship of President Kim II Sung. Page 78
'The GodThe Damnedest Lucky Player': a portrait of Pug Pearson, poker champion of the world, by Jon Bradshaw; photograph by Mike Salisbury. Page 96 You too can do it: the attractions of yoga, by Jenny Rees; photographs by Alain he Garsmeur. Page 110 Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crossword. Page 117. Sept 1973.

Reasonable condition with sellotape over staples. Will be posted in a cardboard envelope.

The Sunday Times Magazine is a popular 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 Sunday Times Magazine regularly featured impressive images by many of the world’s leading photographers. Known for it continual supply of sumptuously presented images are works by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Nicholas Tomalin and Jilly Cooper.
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