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New Yorker Magazine - November 14, 1977 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 14, 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: Pierre Le-Tan
Publication Date: November 14, 1977
Page Count: 220 pages
In this issue:

The Air (On Television) Baretta's T-Shirt; or, Youth Must Be Served by Michael J. Arlen.

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. There is little that is really distinctive about Pres. Carter's approach to political leadership. He decided to strike one large item from his agenda - tax reform - and to advance no new programs for a year or two. In other words, if Congress can clean up the business at hand, it...

The Current Cinema Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of "One Sings, The Other Doesn't". Agnes Varda wrote the script, and directed and also serves as narrator...

Fiction Jim by C. A. Whitney. Narrator remembers his brother, Jim, who was 8 years older than he. Jim never had much to do with him. Once he threw him out of a second-story window and caught him by the wrists. Jim had thrown him out. The family spent summer on the Wisconsin shore. They...

Fiction In the West Country by Leslie Norris. The narrator recalls when he taught at a school in Yeovil, a small town in Somerset. He would go home to Wales when the term was over. Most of his way to Wales was spent in a slow train driven by a conductor who would stop to admire birds along...

The Talk of the Town Cities by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about a meeting to discuss federal urban policies, sponsored by the Regional Plan Association. 135 N.Y. area corporate & civic executives met in a room in the Pfizer Bldg. on E. 42 St. to confront a handful of planners & executives from the U.S. Dept. of Housing &...

A Reporter at Large THE MAKING OF BOERUM HILL by Jervis Anderson. A REPORTER AT LARGE about renovating and reviving the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn. Boerum Hill, known until 1964 as North Gowanus, occupies a rectangle of something over thirty blocks adjacent to the business district of downtown Brooklyn. North Gowanus became a slum after the Second World War. Tells about...

Musical Events Enacting the Ineffable by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Digitizing by Thomas Whiteside. Talk story about the First Annual Personal Computing Expo, held at the New York Coliseum, and featuring microcomputers for use in the office and home. The Expo symbolizes the transition away from computers used only for business and toward computers used at home...

The Talk of the Town Literary Banquet by Mark Singer. Talk story about the recent 50th-anniversary banquet of the Literary Guild and an interview with one of the authors there who was promoting his book. He was William (Fish Bait) Miller, the former doorkeeper of the U.S. House of Representatives. His autobiography is called "Fish Bait", and is published...

Books By Jove by George Steiner.

The Race Track Laurel's Big Day by G. F. T. Ryall. In the Washington, D. C. International Crow was ridden by Yves Saint-Martin, who has been the top jockey in France for years, and who rides the way our own L. Fator used to do. He was leading after a mile, but then he tired and wound up fifth...

Comment by James Stevenson. Standing on a concrete jetty at seven-thirty of a drizzly morning, looking across the gray Hudson at the shore softened by fog, one can just make out an endless miniature procession of Manhattan-bound cars going down the ramp to the Lincoln Tunnel...they are passing Pier 76, at...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Almost overnight - or so it seemed to confused citizens, who had perhaps grown weary of hearing promises about it for so long - North Sea oil was flowing, and the corresponding torrent of foreign money began to pour into the City of London. This euphoric improvement in the country's financial position...

Fiction Loneliness by Bruno Schulz. The narrator, an old-age pensioner, contemplates his loneliness-his room is described in detail, he extends metaphors that describe himself as a field mouse and a church mouse, he thinks about his inability to leave his room. "...These have been bitter months and years. I cannot explain why I...

The Sporting Scene SEVERAL STORIES WITH SUDDEN ENDINGS by Roger Angell. THE SPORTING SCENE about the 1977 baseball playoffs and the World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Yankees. In the National League play-offs, the Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Philies in four games, The Dodgers lost the World Series to the Yankees after playing six games...

On and Off the Avenue Feminine Fashions by Kennedy Fraser.

Books by George Steiner.

Poetry A Rare History by Alex Stevens. Now the question arises, How will I judge you...

Poetry Vigil by Pamela Stewart. The housegold grows obscene...

Poetry Bazaar: After Calvino by Susan Wood. It is your one pleasure...

Poetry Indian Summer, 1975 by John Hollander. This late warmth, taking away more than it can ever...

Poetry Names of Horses by Donald Hall. All winter your brute shoulders strained against...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 14, 1977 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan


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