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New Yorker Magazine - April 5, 1976 - Cover by Arnie Levin
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 5, 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: Arnie Levin
Publication Date: April 5, 1976
Page Count: 140 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track Notes on a Weekend by G. F. T. Ryall. Trainer Dick Dutrow sent six-year-old Double Edge Sword to Aqueduct from Maryland for the Westchester Handicap, and he won in the surprising time of 1:33-2/5. That's just a tick off the track mark...

Fiction A Slice of Life by Vladimir Nabokov. Pavel Romanovich tells about how his wife has just left him in the narrator's (a woman) home, where she and her brother each rent a room. She used to be in love with him, and is disappointed to discover she feels no joy over the break-up or when he...

Fiction Voices Lost in Snow by Mavis Gallant. Woman recalls her childhood in what is now a suburb of Montreal. She was either ignored or criticized in petty detail. The answer to "Why" was always "Because I say so." She was born just escaping tuberculosis. As a result, the family, of which she was the only child, moved...

The Theatre BORN AGAIN by Brendan Gill.

Reflections SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT A CRISIS by William Pfaff. REFLECTIONS about the possible crisis facing democratic governments. Writer quotes politicians, historians and intellectuals who see the collapse of democracies and the eventual triumph of communism in Western Europe. Although the Communists are active in Western European governments, writer does not believe them capable of complete control. Gives examples supporting...

The Current Cinema Trapdoor by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of his film "Face to Face", with Liv Ullmann...

The Talk of the Town Hairdressers by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about the Confederation Internationale de la Coiffure, which held its biannual World Championships of Hairdressing in the United States for the first time ever, for four days last month at the New York Coliseum. Some 80,000 hairdressers, from 25 countries, came to compete or watch. The competition was...

Obituary L. E. Sissman by John Updike. Obituary of L. E. Sissman who died Mar. 10, 1976...

The Talk of the Town Pier 1 by Jane Kramer. Talk story about a visit to Pier 1 in Brooklyn. Tells about the beautiful view of Manhattan from there. The North River, or Hudson River, used to be one solid strip of finger piers; over 80 piers. Now they're all gone except for the passenger piers - and not one passenger...

Comment by Richard Harris. Last year more than 25,000 Americans died by gunfire. Polls on the subject indicate that a large majority of the public favor strict gun-control. The solution is a federal law that would regulate the manufacture, importation, sale, ownership & use of guns throughout the country. The gun lobby, which...

Dancing What You See Is What You Get by Arlene Croce.

Books Not Amused by Naomi Bliven.

Musical Events Exhumations by Andrew Porter.

Annals of Law Taking the Fifth~I by Richard Harris. ANNALS OF LAW about the 5th Amendment & a case involving it. On sept. 23, 1970 3 white men&2 white women held up a branch of the State St. Bank &Trust Co. in Boston They escaped with 826,000. As they were making their getaway/a policeman tried...

Cartoon Unprovoked Assaults by Jack Ziegler. Six cartoons...

The Talk of the Town Symposium by Gerald Jonas. Talk story about an all-day symposium to mark The Rockefeller University's 75th anniversary. Tells the history of the name of the insitution, which is now without undergraduates, but has 106 graduate students and more than 500 faculty members of various titles. The original institution was founded by the first...

Poetry Mexico by Richard Shelton. once each year...

Poetry No One Remembers by Philip Levine. A soft wind...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 5, 1976 - Cover by Arnie Levin

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