CAMPAIGN DIARY: YOU MUST RECOGNISE

The answers to last week’s literary posers were: 1. 1984 (George Orwell); 2. Tom Jones (Henry Fielding); 3. Fly Fishing (J.R. Hartley, of course). Champagne is on its way to Sally Thompson from Parfums Givenchy’s marketing department.

The answers to last week’s literary posers were: 1. 1984 (George

Orwell); 2. Tom Jones (Henry Fielding); 3. Fly Fishing (J.R. Hartley, of

course). Champagne is on its way to Sally Thompson from Parfums

Givenchy’s marketing department.



This week, we continue the cultural theme. From which operas do these

ads’ soundtracks come (name the opera and the composer)? Fax your

answers to 0171-413 4507 by noon on 31 January.



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