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  • magazine : Punch
  • numero : 7220 - 1979
  • date : 01 février 1979
  • catégorie : Culture & arts

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  • Squeeze !

    I could quite easily live without oranges, but not without lemons. Their sharp-ness seems tome the equivalent of wit in cooking. They enliven. We even call the outer edge of their skin zest.

    par Fay Maschler
  • Pippedat the Post

    A CITY situated dramatically among hills which have inspired immortal, world-famous literature and sweep down to a river whose romantic valley is one among a dozen such. A city where 18,000 singing children greeted their famous queen as she passed through streets lined with palm trees and triumphal arches to open their grand civic temple. A city where the fragrance of 40,000 roses fills the swooning air in one corner alone of one of its elegant parks landscaped by a supreme eighteenth-century master

    par Paul Jennings
  • Kids acted Iike animais, claims US Iampooner

    This man runs America's hottest humour magazine and founded Diners Club. Now read on as MATTY SIMMONS talksto DAVID TAYLOR

    par Matty Simmons
  • Something of value

    The Speaker's State Bed having turned up in private hands, and those hands having turned down a Government offer for it of f:5000, our reporters have been seeking out a few other missing bits of British junk that may still fetch a bob or two...

  • Up Like Thunder

    Dragon Platoon, Chinese People's Army, Cao Bang Province, Vietnam.
    February 18, 1979

    par Alexander Frater
  • Page and Monarch Forth they went

    British managers have a lot to learn from American managerial methods. Their single-status system has a great deal to recommend it, and basically means that the conditions ofemployment are the same whatever your position.
    It also means eating in the same canteen.

    par Alan Coren

A propos du magazine

Punch
Punch PUNCH is a satirical magazine created in 1841 by Henry Mayhew. It is well known for discovering authors and drawers like Willie Wilde and Cecil Aldin. The magazine was really popular in the second half of the XIXth century and lasted until 2002 when it had to stop its publication because of a bad turnover.

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