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New Yorker Magazine - January 26, 1981 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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New Yorker Magazine - January 26, 1981 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 26, 1981 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: Charles E. Martin
Publication Date: January 26, 1981
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

Books The Latin-American Lottery by Alastair Reid.

The Talk of the Town Tableware by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about Letitia Baldridge, who revised and expanded "The Amy Vanderbilt Complete Book of Etiquette," giving a speech to a group of tableware manufacturers. They found her very funny. She told stories about working for Ambassador David Bruce and his wife Evangeline at the Paris Embassy and for Clare...

The Talk of the Town Davis on Dogs by Lillian Ross. Talk story about dog-groomer Mel Davis, who has an establishment on E. 49th St. near the River. While working on Goldie, a miniature apricot poodle, Mr. Davis talks about the travesties that are made of dogs these days. The owners don't know what the dogs should look like. The...

A Wartime Childhood II-630 RUNNYMEDE DRIVE by Anthony Bailey. A WARTIME CHILDHOOD continues the account of an English child (the writer) evacuated from England during World War II. He lived for four years in the home of Otto Spaeth in Oakwood, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. Tells about Otto's care that young Tony's Catholic upbringing was properly followed. The...

Musical Events Imagined Tales by Nicholas Kenyon.

Profiles PRESENCE by Winthrop Sargeant. PROFILE of the opera singer Teresa Stratas. A lyric soprano, Miss Stratas's versatility as both singer and actress makes her, in her early forties, one of the artists most highly valued by the world's leading opera companies. Writer reviews the singer's upbringing; both her parents were born in Crete, although...

Dancing Harlem's Fokine, Koner's Humphrey by Arlene Croce.

Fiction The Emperor by Donald Barthelme. The Emperor Ch'in Shih Huang Ti has declared six to be the paramount number of his reign, black the paramount color. The Emperor has decreed that 6,000 archers, lancers, charioteers, and musicians be buried alive in military formation around his tomb, which has been in progress since his thirteenth year...

The Theatre The Woods Beyond Hartford by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town New by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Robert Hughes, Australian art critic in his early 40s, who is the author and host of "The Shock of the New", a public-television series that is currently exploring the subject of modern art. The series of 8 programs examines what has been happening in the fine...

The Talk of the Town Bookstore by Wallace White. Talk story about Urban Center Books, the only bookstore in New York specializing in architectural subjects. Operated by the Municipal Art Society, the bookstore is located in the north wing of the Villard Houses, on Madison Ave. between 50th and 51st St. This wing, now called the Urban Center, will...

Fiction Mr. Ray by James Wilcox. Mrs. Jenks is very curious about her ailing handyman, Mr. Ray, who lives in her garage apartment. She wants him to draw up a will, as he is now old and sick. She will pay for the lawyer. The lawyer arrives, a woman named Donna Lee Keely, a recent graduate...

Comment by James Stevenson. A New York City friend tells about a series of distressing experiences. He was going through the lobby of the 42nd St. branch of C.U.N.Y. when he saw a sign announcing a lecture and that made him think about all that had happened to him. He was on his way...

Poetry Sources Four Poems by Philip Levine. Fish scales, wet newspapers, unopened cans...

Poetry Rowing Across the Dark by Franz Douskey. my morphined father...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 26, 1981 - Cover by Charles E. Martin


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