The Daily Telegraph magazine - Cockchafer Beetle cover (6 October 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light crease wear to front cover with small tear at edge of cover
A POINT BEYOND TEARS - What falls to pieces in a nervous breakdown? Every year more and more women are being treated for such breakdowns - an estimated 200,000 to 300,000 a year. The nature of a breakdown is now much more widely appreciated, but have the methods of treatment developed to the same extent; or are we content merely to suppress the anti-social symptoms? We meet a number of sufferers 5 page feature
WHAT HAPPENS ON THE WING - To take the unique and beautiful photographs of insects on the following pages, Stephen Dalton had to solve the problems of lunatic flight-paths and split-second speeds. To do it he developed a technique which uses advanced electronics, a special shutter and a cardboard box 6 pages
VIOLET IN THE SOUTH - Since the war the windows of Manchester Cathedral have been of simple, plain glass. Now the light is to be softened by a new series of stained-glass windows, the work of Tony Holloway, architectural consultant and stained-glass designer. Byron Rogers describes how modern craftsmanship will restore the lost atmosphere of the Middle Ages Two and a half pages
THE MISTRESS ETCHER'S TALE - The West End production of The Canterbury Tales is still running strong after five years. Now, sculptress Elisabeth Frink has illustrated the tales with a series of etchings, each accompanied by the relevant text from Neville Coghill's modern translation. Alexander Frater accompanied Miss Frink to luncheon with Professor Coghill and tells of a Chaucerian day 4 pages
FREEZING FOOD - Freezers can mean a revolution in cooking and entertaining. But what will freeze well, and how is it doe? Denis Curtis explains what to do and how to achieve perfection every time One and a half pages