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Weekend Telegraph magazine (15 April 1966) Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - some creasing to page corners
ALEXANDER CALDER - His art is often witty and usually colourful, but he expresses his darker side with his stabiles. "He is serious without seeming to be," said Leger. Edwin Mullins visited him at his home in France
THE FIGHT TO LIVE NORMALLY - Feature on thalidomide children
WHO WAS KING ARTHUR? - Arthur arrived miraculously and will come again, says legend. But the historical Arthur may have been a cavalry-leader fighting the Saxons, writes Geoffrey Ashe. Excavations may soone discover: Who was King Arthur?
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