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New Yorker Magazine - August 2, 1976 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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New Yorker Magazine - August 2, 1976 - Cover by Arthur Getz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 2, 1976 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine has been carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover.

Cover artist: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: August 2, 1976
Page Count: 80 pages
In this issue:

The Sporting Scene HERE WE GO AGAIN by E. J. Kahn. THE SPORTING SCENE about the 1976 summer Olympics in Montreal. The writer talked with George Athanassiades, the Chef de Mission of the Greek delegation, a Second World War medal-winner, and the editor of two newspapers. He had been imprisoned several times during the Greek Colonels' regime, and his newspapers...

The Talk of the Town Ntozake Shange by Philip Hamburger. Talk story about 27 year-old poet, Ntozake Shange, whose play, "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf," is currently at Joseph Papp's Public Theatre. Writer met with Shange, who talked about her life, poetry, and the differences between living in New York and San...

Books Swift by V. S. Pritchett.

The Race Track High Dollar by G. F. T. Ryall. Five men from Canada formed a syndicate and save $1,500,000 for a yearling chesnut colt by Secretariat out of Charming Alibi at the Keeneland sales in Lexington, Kentucky, last week. One of the men was Jack Burnett, a businessman...

The Talk of the Town Fifty Per Cent by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about Putt-Putt, a type of miniature golf that focusses on putting. There are 1300 courses on 700 franchised sites around the world. Putt-Putt grosses 30 million dollars annually and has a pro tour and organized rankings for amateurs and juniors. Writer discussed game with Don Clayton...

Fiction Elm Valley Valerie by Benedict Kiely. Aunt Brigid came home to our town in Ireland from Philadelphia, after she had been almost fifty years in the United States. She was 68. I visited her often because I liked her. I developed a knack of hearing and answering without really listening: what she said I more or...

Letter from Laos by Robert Shaplen. The Communist governments of Vietnam and Laos have issued a joint communique in which they vowed support for insurgency movements in other Southeast Asian nations, particularly Thailand. Laos and Thailand still have full diplomatic relations but are at odds on many issues. Among them are the question of reopening the...

The Talk of the Town Roses by Kennedy Fraser. Talk story about the rose garden in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. A visiting English friend took the writer to the Garden on a very hot day, a few weeks ago. The Englishwoman discussed various kinds of roses and said that her favorite is the single-flowered rose, especially the kind...

The Theatre NOO YAWK by Brendan Gill.

Reflections SURVIVING by Bruno Bettelheim. REFLECTIONS about Nazi concentration camps, especially their false depiction in Lina Wertmuller's film "Seven Beauties" & in the recent book "The Survivor", by Terrence Des Pres. Writer himself was a prisoner in a concentration camp, but released by the S.S., who ran the camps. The generally positive response to the...

The Current Cinema Sweet Coz by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of his film "Cousin, Cousine...

Fiction Kikimora by Jean Rhys. In 1938, in London, Baron Mumtael, a newly naturalized Englishman, comes to dinner at Elsa's and Stephen's. He is a small, fair, plump young man whose scornful glance intimidates Elsa. He takes a quick look around her living room and says, "What a typical interior!" During dinner, the Baron praises...

Comment by Kennedy Fraser. While waiting for the Third Avenue bus one sweltering day last week, we tipped back our head to look up at the sky. On terraces high on the apartment houses that line up back of Bloomingdales flimsy trees were bending themselves in silhouette.. .. .. Writer goes on to observe birds flying...

Poetry Lake Poem by Judith Moffett. Afternoons when the metal dock...

Poetry Dolls by David St. John. They are so like...

Poetry What King by Jill Hoffman. What King lives in that apartment on B'way...

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