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New Yorker Magazine - May 30, 1977 - Cover by Andre Francois
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New Yorker Magazine - May 30, 1977 - Cover by Andre Francois
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 30, 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: Andre Francois
Publication Date: May 30, 1977
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Don: The True Story of a Young Person by Garrison Keillor. Don, 17, is the son of Earl and Mavis Beeman and part of a punk rock band called Trash. He lives with his parents in a town in the Midwest. At the President's Day County 4-H Poultry Show dance, where Trash played drummer Bobby Thompson bit a chicken in...

The Theatre LONG RUN by Brendan Gill.

Fiction A Girl Skating by Laurie Colwin. Bernadette Spaeth, the only child of college professors, grew up on the campus. She was admired and constantly observed by James Honnimer, a famous American poet who taught there. He wrote poems about her. Bernadette resented the intrusion on her privacy. Honnimer shot himself 10 days after her 22nd birthday...

The Talk of the Town Second Lady's Lunch by Calvin Tomkins. Talk story about lunch with Joan Mondale (wife of Vice Pres. Walter Mondale) at Ballato restaurant, attended by about 20 people from the art world. A reproduction of Robert Rauschenberg's "Signs decorates the jacket of Mrs. Mondale's recent book, entitled "Politics in Art...

The Current Cinema Prodigy by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of Fassbinder's "Jail Bait" and comments on his work, plus remarks on a number of his films: "Chinese Roulette", "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul", "Katzelmacher", "Effi Briest", "The American Soldier...

Books Finally, Spain by Alastair Reid.

The Talk of the Town Wall Street Garden by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about Steve Pendergrast's garden atop an old building on Wall Street. Pendergrast is the New York representative of J.R. Brittenum & Company a Little Rock brokerage firm and has been in NY for 7 years. His garden is in his office in Penthouse C on the roof and...

Musical Events Living Masters by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Washington Privacy by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about "Privacy Journal", an 8-page newsletter published in Washington, by Robert Smith. It has a circulation of 1500 - editorial writers, federal officials on the Assistant Secretary level who are responsible for some of the government's computer systems, editors of the computer-industry trade press speech writers for...

Profiles Cowboy~I by Jane Kramer. PROFILE of Henry Blanton (pseud.), 40, foreman for the past 9 years of the Willow Ranch in the Texas Panhandle. He was in charge of 90,000 acres, & he ran them well, considering he had to take his orders from a rancher who had moved to London & those orders...

Comment by Veronica Geng. Recently, the Supreme Court decided that the Constitution does not protect children from teachers who wish to use physical force to discipline them. Several teachers' groups have expressed their satisfaction with the decision, as reflected in remarks such as: "No one likes to see options limited." Teachers want the power...

Dancing Pure and Simple by Arlene Croce.

The Race Track Two Down, One to Go by G. F. T. Ryall. The mutuel clerks walked out at the close of racing at the Big A last Thursday. The cards on Friday and Saturday were cancelled...

Around City Hall Beyond the Pale by Andy Logan. Governor Carey persuaded Mario Cuomo to enter the Democratic primary of the mayoral race, and he arranged for his allies in the small but strategically powerful Liberal Party to give Cuomo their endorsement. His only purpose, he said, was to make sure that the people had a chance to vote...

Poetry Animal Flowers by Howard Moss. What likes to thrust its head in the sand...

Poetry Clammy Campion Animal Flowers by Howard Moss. The clam is calammy...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 30, 1977 - Cover by Andre Francois


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