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    The Death Of Francis Bacon

    £6.99
    Unfinished. Man Dying. A great painter lies on his deathbed. Max Porter translates into seven extraordinary written pictures the explosive final workings of the artist's mind.
    ISBN: 9780571366514
    AuthorMax Porter
    Pub Date07/01/2021
    BindingHardback
    Pages80
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    Availability: In Stock

    A bold and brilliant short work by the author of Grief is the Thing with Feathers and Lanny.

    Madrid.

    Unfinished.

    Man Dying.

    A great painter lies on his deathbed.

    Max Porter translates into seven extraordinary written pictures the explosive final workings of the artist's mind.

    *
    *
    *

    A bold and brilliant short work by the author of Grief is the Thing with Feathers and Lanny.

    Madrid.

    Unfinished.

    Man Dying.

    A great painter lies on his deathbed.

    Max Porter translates into seven extraordinary written pictures the explosive final workings of the artist's mind.

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