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New Yorker Magazine - March 7, 1977 - Cover by R. O. Blechman
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - March 7, 1977 - Cover by R. O. Blechman
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 7, 1977 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: R. O. Blechman
Publication Date: March 7, 1977
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events Great Bridge, Our Myth by Andrew Porter.

Fiction The Chest by Arturo Vivante. The writer tells about the estate near Siena, in Italy, where he lived with his family. His father empliyed Pietro, as bailiff, to manage the estate. The estate was not doing well, but his father did not blame the bailiff. In 1933 when an anti-Semitic campaign came to Italy...

The Talk of the Town Faces by Mark Singer. Talk story about opening of photographic exhibit called "The Great American Face" in the public lobby of the U.N. General Assembly Building. The show contains the photographs of 48 Americans with great faces Twelve were chosen as the greatest and were the subjects of photo essays by Arnold Newman. Writer...

Fiction Free And Clear by Laura Furman. Mike took his vacation upstate in May. In the past year, his grandfather D.C. and his grandmother Mary had become ill. She died in August and D.C. in February. They left him their house and land near Hoosick Falls, and every last one of their possessions, including D.C.'s collection...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Seven weeks before he took office it was indicated ti Jimmy Carter that Russia would take no early steps, military or otherwise, to test the new Pres... If there has been any testing it's come from the White House. The President's expression of sympathy & encouragement for Soviet dissidents could...

Fiction Annual Report by James Munves. A parody of an annual report. There are two tables of figures. One is headed Consolidated Year-End Balance Sheet and the other Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity. There are explanatory comments on both of these...

The Talk of the Town Lecture by Wallace White. Talk story about lecture Margaret Mead, 75, gave at the American Museum of Natural History called "Keeping in Step with the Future." More than a thousand attended. Dr. Mead discussed a myriad of topics, among them: pollution, the nuclear family, the possibility of life in outer space. After the lecture...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. On Feb. 22 the House of Commons gave the Government a resounding "No" on the crucial vote for powers to rush onto the statute book its unwieldy, unpopular devolution bill, which would give partial self-govt. to Scotland and Wales. The bill has little chance, apparently, of becoming law in...

U. S. Journal THOUGHTS ON CHANGES IN THE RULES by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: MANHATTAN about students who have received their doctorates in English literature during the seventies and are unlikely to find academic jobs. Writer recently spent some time with a number of English professors gathered in N.Y. for the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association. He spoke with Neal...

The Race Track Turn and Count by G. F. T. Ryall. Tells about some of the winners from Sigmund Sommer's stable, trained by Pancho Martin...

A Reporter at Large CHINA I-PEKING AND SHANGHAI by Orville Schell. A REPORTER AT LARGE about China. Recently, the writer and 23 other Americans visited China for 8 weeks of travel and work. In Peking, the group stayed in the new wing of the Peking Hotel. Tells about a trip to a printing factory in Peking, how the sewage is collected...

Books 22 Hyde Park Gate by William Maxwell.

The Current Cinema Hill's Pate by Pauline Kael. Review of "Slap Shot" with script by Nancy Dowd. This is her first script to be produced. She took her master's degree at U.C.L.A...

Comment by Suzannah Lessard. Comment about ways of placating the betrayed past as we ease into the future. The writer's grandfather, when television first became popular, bought a used set with a bullet hole in the center of the screen. The bullet hole made everything that appeared on the set look insipid, if not...

The Talk of the Town Bull by Mark Singer. Talk story about the escape and recapture of an Aberdeen Angus bull, from the Animalport, at Kennedy Airport. The bull, Gallagher's Pioneer, from Gallagher's Angus Farm, was waiting to be flown to the Salon International de l'Agriculture, in Paris. The bull was held in the Animalport longer than scheduled because...

Poetry The Armorer's Daughter by Debora Greger. My father is a hard man...

Poetry Intimations of the Ordinary Truth by Joseph Langland. Yes...

Poetry Two Poems by Christopher Knowles. I am the red secondary planned uppest madness jet in...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 7, 1977 - Cover by R. O. Blechman


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