The Daily Telegraph magazine - Jane Fonda / Claire Bloom cover (2 March 1973)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - discolouration to cover near spine
DOING TIME IN THE COUNTRY - Sewing mailbags is not the only work that prisoners can expect to do when in jail. Nearly 2,000 people are serving their sentences by working on farms, and these farms have been making handsome profits. Christopher Mullin reports on a little-known aspect of the prison system 2 pages
MAY THE BEST WOMEN'S LIB MAN WIN... - Two versions of Ibsen's A Doll's House are about to enliven or bleaken, the screen. In one, made at Elstree, Claire Bloom is Nora. In another, shot in Norway, the part is Jane Fonda's. Is it all a response to Women's Lib? Did the Norwegian hand know what the Elstree one was doing? 6 pages
A POET IN HIS NORTHERN CORNER - Jim Burns is a Preston office clerk, an enthusiastic union man and a council house tenant. He is also one of the most talented and interesting fringe poets to be accepted by the "overground" Two and a half pages
GREAT KINGDOM OF THE MIGHTY DEAD - The Acropolis is infested with people, and the Colosseum has become a traffic island. But, high in the remotest part of Turkey, the tumbled ruins of an ancient wonder survive, shadows in the mists of a mountain peak. Edward Mullins travelled to the ancient tomb of Antiochus of Kommagene - a primitive pilgrimage to one of the most grandiose gestures ever made Five and a half pages
TEA WITH IVY - Despite the public attention finally lavished on her in the late Sixties, Ivy Compton Burnett remained chary of publicity to the end. She protected herself with friends and tea parties Two and a quarter pages