The Daily Telegraph magazine - Ernest Hemingway cover (19 May 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
PETE BATE AND MIKE DENNIS - In answer to the perennial problem of student lodgings, two students from Hull set out to buy cheap houses, convert them and let them at minimal rents. Today they own an empire. Could the state take a lesson? Two and a half pages
MISS MARY'S LION - This is a previously unpublished story by Ernest Hemingway. There can be little of his work as yet unseen, but the manuscript of this story, from which we take an exclusive extract, was found in a drawer by his widow. It tells of Africa and the death of a lion Seven and a half pages
BIRTHPANGS OF A NOVEL - Novelists are the poor relations of the creative family. When a new book is published, it simply appears. How successful are novelists? The Day of The Jackal made Frederick Forsyth £½ million; others may net only £200. Lee Langley, a new author herself, investigated Three and a half pages