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New Yorker Magazine - September 24, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - September 24, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 24, 1973 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: September 24, 1973
Page Count: 140 pages
In this issue:

Fiction One Hundred Ten West Sixty-First Street by Donald Barthelme. Paul and Eugenie's two year old baby died. They tried not to think about it and went to see an erotic film. Her birthday celebration, the night after the baby's death, was unsuccessful. The apartment was falling apart but the landlord would not fix it. They went to see Paul's...

The Talk of the Town Discovery by Philip Hamburger. People are grateful for small things these days. A woman we know reports that she was astonished at her own joy when she opened a package of candles last week and came upon a tag that read: TWO 12-INCH CANDLES INCLUDING WICK...

The Talk of the Town by John McPhee. Overheard on the Princeton campus: "She has such a human face - neither masculine nor feminine...

The Talk of the Town Filming by Wallace White. Talk story about Ed deMartin, of the DMA Cinema Group, a director who was in charge of a film crew at 42 St. and 5th Ave. A 35 millimetre movie camera was aimed north, filming pedestrians. The shooting was meant to obtain urban shots to go along with outdoor scenery...

Profiles THEIR OWN GRAVITY by Whitney Balliett. PROFILE of Robert Elliott & Ray Goulding, who, as "Bob and Ray" have introduced to radio, television & theatre a unique company of comic characters, among them Wally Ballou, Calvin L. Hoogevin, & Mary McGoon. They have been together since 1946, & now have a radio show on WOR from...

The Current Cinema A Fine Summer by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "The Grande Bouffe", directed by Marco Ferreri...

Fiction The Hunt by Cristy West. The writer, Sidney, an eleven year old girl, tells about fox hunting & the first hunt she takes part in Hunting was a social occasion, high sport, & serious business. The meet was at Sunnybrook, Sidney rode out with her parents & was welcomed by Mrs. Whatley, & the rest...

Books by Anthony Astrachan.

A Reporter at Large I-THE BRITISH AND HEROIN by Horace Judson. REPORTER AT LARGE about how the British deal with heroin and heroin addiction. The British are the only people with an experience of epidemic drug addiction to have dealt with heroin under policies that differ from those followed in the U.S., & they have been so far successful in containing...

The Talk of the Town Foundations I by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the Knowhow Workshop at 69 Bank Street, founded by architects Guy Alland and Miron Waskiw. It teaches home skills/repairs to city people so that they can change or repair things in their apartments-without calling the super, plumber, or electrician. Writer attended a lecture on electricity...

Comment by William Shawn. Some days ago (Sept. 9), S.N. Behrman died, at the age of 80. The space he occupied was more than that of one man, and with his death this crowded city seemed suddently vacant. Decade after decade, his brilliant writings kept streaming down from wherever he lived uptown-plays, articles...

Poetry After All by Theodore Weiss. Robert Frost, expatiating...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 24, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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