The Daily Telegraph magazine - Lesley Collier cover (27 July 1973)
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - a few small tears to top edge of rear cover
SPREADING THE WORD OF SUPERMAO - First literary vogue out of China was Chairman Mao's famous Little Red Book. Now it is The People's Comic Book, a collection of comic strips, Chinese style. It's rousing stories depict China's moral, historical and work doctrines. Cartoons have become the latest medium for propaganda Four and a half pages
NEW TARGET FOR FLOWERS AT THE GARDEN - Tomorrow Lesley Collier, the youngest and newest of the Royal Ballet principals, tackles the most demanding role in ballet - Odette/Odile in Swan Lake. How has this young ballerina, virtually unknown outside Covent Garden, achieved so much in such a short time? Overleaf, Godfrey Barker reports on the rising star of the Royal Ballet, and looks at the pitfalls which can beset a dancer's career. What happens to the trained dancer for whom there is no room in any of the major companies? 6 pages
ST PETER'S CHURCH, MORDEN - The barn-like interior of a south London church has been transformed by a vibrant series of modern paintings representing the Stations of the Cross 2 pages
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