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New Yorker Magazine - February 10, 1975 - Cover by Joseph Low
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New Yorker Magazine - February 10, 1975 - Cover by Joseph Low
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 10, 1975 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.


Cover artist: Joseph Low
Publication Date: February 10, 1975
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town The P-1800 by John McPhee. Talk story about the Teleram P-1800 Portable Terminal, a computer invented by Joseph Martin, a computer methodologist at the "Times." The aim of the device is to absorb electronically the reporter's original story, retain it in a computer, and eliminate all the retypings that now occur as a piece...

The Current Cinema FOR OSCAR'S SAKE by Pauline Kael.

The Theatre BEWARE OF THE DOG by Brendan Gill.

U. S. Journal THREE STRAND-HOUNDS by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: MANHATTAN about three men who are Strand-hounds of the Strand Book Store in Greenwich Village (12 St. & B'way.) Writer Bill Smith (a pseudonym) spends his mornings at the Strand picking out review copies which they sell at half-price. Smith being one of the writers who...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about the possibility of ex-Pres Nixon returning to politics and the U.S. getting back into the war in South Vietnam. Recently, in Saigon, Pres. Thieu was granting "exclusive" interviews to quite & few American newsmen and telling them that without new aid the North Vietnamese might take over...

Fiction The Ultimate Diary by Howard Moss. Diary form parody of Ned Rorem's diaries. Rorem's most recent book is, "The Final Diary, 1961-1972." The parody is of a young narcissitic composer living in Paris He is under seventeen and his works are being played in every capital of Asia. He is a homosexual who has affairs with...

Letter from Athens by Joseph Kraft. The veteran democratic politician Konstantine Karamanlis, less than 7 months after quitting an 11-year exile in Paris to take over from the Army colonels who seized control in 1967, as Prime Minister, has banked the flames of half a dozen blazing issues that have made Greece a political inferno...

Passage to Ararat II-VOICES by Michael J. Arlen. PASSAGE TO ARARAT about writer's trip to Armenia, to discover for himself what it is to be Armenian. Sarkis, an Armenian teacher, was upset when questioned why the Turks slaughtered the Armenians, & sent the writer a book of old Armenian colophons, describing persecutions. Tells a great deal about the...

The Talk of the Town Grand Central by Anthony Hiss. Two Talk stories about Grand Central Station. The first is about Ernest M. Frimbo, the world's leading railroad buff, reacting to the decision by Irving Saypol, of the N.Y.S. Supreme Court, which made Grand Central Terminal no longer a N.Y.C. Landmark, and allowed the Penn Central Railroad and its building...

Musical Events "Getting to Know You" by Andrew Porter.

Fiction The New World by W. S. Merwin. A man looks up from his labors and begins to examine his life as he sees it now & as he once dreamed it to be. His labors are no longer natural to him and he tries to remember the queen as she was when he was a child, rather...

The Talk of the Town What Makes a Party Work by Ian Frazier. Talk story about a speech given by Lois Fenton, a authority on home entertaining, about "What Makes a Party Work." She spoke in the Royal Box to a group of women who were attending (with their husbands) the annual convention of the National Association of Mutual Banks, at the Americana...

Around City Hall UPSTATE/DOWNSTATE by Andy Logan. AROUND CITY HALL about the opening sessions of the City Council and State Legislature. Little coverage was given to the City Council's annual charter meeting & first session of 1975. But little of consequence went on at the meeting. In contrast to the days when the Council was virtually Irish...

Poetry To My God In His Sickness by Philip Levine. A boy is as old as the stars...

Poetry The Winter of Stores by Rudy Shackelford. It is the winter of stores...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 10, 1975 - Cover by Joseph Low


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