The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Elisabeth Frink cover (3 February 1985)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light bending at spine
TOM STOPPARD - "Man of the week" three-quarter page
WHAT IS THE ROYAL FAMILY'S LEGAL POSITION? - The Queen has no passport, pays no taxes and cannot give evidence. Do such exceptions apply to her relatives, too? Fenton Bresler examines the legal obligations of the Royal Family in Britain today Four and a half pages
ELISABETH FRINK - Britain's leading sculptress has been compared to Rodin. Her powerful statues are a vibrant part of Britain's art. A major exhibition of her work opens in London on Friday Three and a half pages
BICYCLING ON BLUE RIDGES - "Y'all don't have a car?" was the query Andro Linklater encountered when he took to bicycling in the mountains of North Carolina. In the last of our travel series, he explains how the cycle is an enjoyable (and cheap) way of exploring the 'old' America Three and a quarter pages
IT BEGAN WITH PRIMROSES - At first Dianne Coles' dream of opening a bookshop in a small English town seemed doomed. But she persevered. Byron Rogers reports on how the shop became just the start of a flourishing business adventure 2 pages