The October 1991 issue of Playboy Magazine brings together a fascinating mix of conversations, pictorials, articles, and humor.
The issue begins with ‘Playboy Interview: Robert Maxwell’, a candid conversation with the British media mogul. ‘Rude Boys’ is an investigative article delving into the world of disruptive individuals.
A captivating pictorial, ‘The Governor and The Beauty’, promises to enthrall the readers. ‘Playboy’s College Fiction Contest’ presents a selected winning story ‘Crewcut’, an engaging piece of fiction that shows the talents of a new writer.
‘Ultimate TV’ is an article exploring the latest developments in television technology, while ‘A Blow for Freedom’ is a stirring short story.
The ‘Coming of Age’ feature introduces readers to Playboy’s Playmate of the Month, and ‘Playboy’s Party Jokes’ provide a fun and humorous diversion.
The issue also includes ‘Playboy’s Pigskin Preview’, offering an insightful look into the upcoming football season, and ‘Playboy’s Automotive Report’, providing a comprehensive look at the latest in car technology.
’20 Questions: Camille Paglia’ gives readers an intimate look at the controversial American academic and cultural critic.
The issue is rounded out with ‘Girls of the Big Ten’, a pictorial showcasing the beauty of Big Ten college girls, and ‘Fall Sportswear Portfolio’, featuring the latest in fall fashion trends.
Playboy USA October 1991
English | 204 pages | PDF | 57 MB