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New Yorker Magazine - January 15, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - January 15, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 15, 1972 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: January 15, 1972
Page Count: 92 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Schoolchildren are often told the story of how Pres. Lincoln scribbled the Gettysburg Address on the back of an envelope as he rode to Gettysburg on a train. The other day the "Times" ran an account of Sen. Muskie preparing the speech to announce his candidacy (for the Presidential nomination...

The Talk of the Town Lost by Susan Sheehan. Talk story about writer interviewing people who had placed ads in the lost and found column of the N. Y. "Times." An Iranian student had lost his bloodhound, Russ, and offered a reward, but had no calls. A lady advised him to call LOST PET which coordinates searches for lost...

On and Off the Avenue Feminine Fashions by Kennedy Fraser.

The Talk of the Town Ms. by Charles Cooke. A lady we know was browsing recently in the Mato Grasso of a West Side paperback bookstore, hunting for a particular novel by Evelyn Waugh. She couldn't find it, or any other book by Evelyn Waugh, though there were 3 books by Alec Waugh. At last, she managed to buttonhole...

The Talk of the Town The Real Unicorn by Calvin Tomkins. Talk story about a show of imaginary beasts at the Cordier & Ekstrom Gallery, 980 Madison Ave., & an interview with the gallery's owner, Arne Ekstrom. The gallery has had an annual theme show since 1966. This year's show is a bestiary, with the man-into-beast, beast-into-man...

The Talk of the Town Ms. by Charles Simmons. A lady we know was browsing recently in the Mato Grasso of a West Side paperback bookstore, hunting for a particular novel by Evelyn Waugh. She couldn't find it, or any book by Evelyn Waugh, though there were 3 books by Alec Waugh. At last, she managed to buttonhole one...

Fiction Around the Bend in Eighty Days III-The Turkey Trot: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back by S. J. Perelman. The writer, with his assistant, Sally-Lou, continues his voyage around the world along the same route as Phileas Fogg, in the book "Around the World in Eighty Days" After a stop in Rome, they proceeded to Naples, where they embarked on the ship Bellezza Turca, which carried them to...

Books by Naomi Bliven.

Fiction Day-Old Baby Rats by Julie Hayden. A troubled girl lives in apartment in Greenwich Village. She is always losing things, and she carries a flask of Scotch around in her handbag to help her through daily crises. Her daily life in the city is described through street scenes & subway scenes. She thinks about her stay...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Comment by John Updike. We found ourself in bed with the flu on New Year's Eve, and we kept ourself awake and watched Guy Lombardo. The years have been kind to him. To this trumpery sacrament he still brings a priestly confidence ...the sweetest music this side of Heaven still pours with a certain...

Profiles ARE YOU THE ENTERTAINMENT? by Kenneth Tynan. PROFILE of British actor Nicol Williamson, noted for his interpretation of Hamlet, in both the stage & film versions. Prime Minister Harold Wilson, recommending him to Pres. Nixon, called him the best Hamlet of his generation, perhaps of the century. Tells about the preparations for & the actual event of...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

The Theatre by Brendan Gill. In the play "Narrow Road to the Deep North", the blood on the stage is synthetic - a product called Nextel, furnished by the 3M Company of Minneapolis...

Poetry C., Again by Alan Williamson. When your feet went always naked...

Poetry Bucolic For Sara English by Mary Haynes. They are mooing now--those five black cows...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 15, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon


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