The Observer magazine - 29 March 1987 Good condition for age - discolouration to page edges - some light wear
JOURNEY INTO THE INTERIOR - For the past 16 years 71-year-old Dorothea Shaw has lived alone in the remote and hostile jungle of Belize with only her animals and a short-wave radio for company. As an empath, she told Rodney Tyler, it's the only way she can cope with the world's pain and suffering 3 pages GRAND PASSION - Maureen Cleave meets pianist Orrett Rhoden, a performer in the flamboyant, Russian style Two and a half pages FRENCH REVOLUTION - Percy Savage celebrates 40 years of the House of Dior 4 pages
PARADISE LOST - The once spectacular garden at La Mortola, on the Italian Riviera, has fallen into rack and ruin. Anna Pavord hopes for a revival Four and a half pages
EALING CLASSIC - This year marks the 150th anniversary of the death of the idiosyncratic architect Sir John Soane, whose talent for the picturesque is much appreciated by today's post-modernists. As part of the celebrations, his country house in Ealing - until recently the public library - has been restored and reopened to the public. Sarah Howell has visited it 3 pages
WELL RED (LORENZO HALL AND RICHIE STEVENS) - One and a quarter pages
ALICIA MARKOVA - 2 pages
OUR SHOP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE. WE WILL BE OPEN AGAIN SOON
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