The Daily Telegraph magazine - Living Off The Land cover (14 April 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - fraying/damage to paper at bottom of front cover and affects some pages inside - small piece of paper missing at bottom corner of front cover and affects a few pages inside
EXHAUSTED BY THE SIMPLE LIFE - Take a man and his wife, allow them a goat, hens, a few possessions - and leave them to their own resources and those of the remote English countryside. How would we cope if the appurtenances of civilisation were to be blasted out of existence? Brendan Lehane and his wife volunteered for two months' life in the Stone Age Seven and a half pages
MONEY IN MAKING YOUR FLESH CREEP - Hammer Films is the busiest film company in Britain today. Its success has been built on classic gothic horror, a familiar formula. But Hammer does not depend solely on Dracula and Frankenstein; its comedy and adventure films are just as successful. Terry Coleman describes how Hammer made a fortune out of fear Three and a half pages
MODERN ARCHITECTURE: PART FIVE - "Breaking down structural constraints" Amancio Guedes is also an architect of unconventional ideas. His "Swazi Zimbabwe" house is an exploration of his beliefs: it is an astonishing collection of undulating walls and concrete roof bonnets. By Peter Blake Three and a half pages
THE END OF THE DUEL - A short story by Jorge Luis Borges One and a quarter pages