The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Francis Bacon cover (4 November 1984)
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Good condition for age - some wear/fraying to paper at bottom corner of front cover near spine and affects some pages inside - yellowing to page edges - light bending to bottom corner of pages
PHILIP LARKIN - "Man of the Week" 1 page
FRANCIS BACON - He has been described as the first British painter since Turner and Constable to achieve universal recognition. For four decades his stark paintings have excited critics and collectors. Now 75, he airs his unguarded opinions and recollections in this exclusive interview Three and three-quarter pages
MEN WITH A MISSION - Currently there are 129 ambassadors to the Court of St James's, one of the world's top postings for a diplomat. How do they see their roles, and what have they to say about Britain's standing in the world? Featuring Baron Rudiger von Wechmar, Mr Stefan Staniszewski, M. Emmanuel Jacquin de Margerie, The Hon. Charles Price, Mr Ghazi al-Rayes, Dr Seyid Muhammad, Mr Rolf Busch Five and three-quarter pages
LEADER TO THE POLE IS A LADY - Next year, when she retraces Amundsen's 1911 route to the South Pole, Dr Monica Kristensen will become the first woman to lead a polar expedition. Lucinda Evans, whose grandfather was Scott's second-in-command, meets an intrepid and unusual woman Three and a half pages
COOKERY - "Dining on a great catch" "I'm a country girl" says actress Margaux Hemingway, "a fly-fisher who loves cooking fish". Concluding our series on dinner parties for all kinds of people, she tries her hand at a men by Prue Leith which has fish in a starring role. Her verdict: "It was absolutely great". 3 pages (2 page recipes plus full-page photo of Margaux Hemingway surrounded by the food; also includes half-page feature/interview with Margaux) Recipes include: Chicken liver and crouton salad; Quenelles with Chablis sauce; Leek terrine; Seafood sausages; Cherry strudel; Mango ice cream