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New Yorker Magazine - October 7, 1974 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - October 7, 1974 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 7, 1974 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: October 7, 1974
Page Count: 180 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Director of "The Night Porter", which is reviewed...

The Talk of the Town Arrival by Lillian Ross. Talk story about Italian film director Federico Fellini's arrival in the U.S. to promote his latest film "Amarcord", an episodic look back at his youth in his home town in the nineteen-thirties. It is a big hit & the lines of people waiting to get into the Plaza Theatre...

Fiction Fast Food For Thought by Gordon Cotler. Humorous newsletter reviewing for Burry, Mendl, Foxholm, Tanniger, Brayhagen, Cholt, Greenwarren & Wolveringstone customers some of the lesser known entries in the "fast ood" field (McDonald's being the most popular) for possible stock purchase. An asterisk marks those firms in which stock options are available to store customers in lieu...

The Talk of the Town Announcement by James Stevenson. Talk story about Senator Edward Kennedy's announcement at a press conference that he would not be a Presidential candidate for the 1976 elections. The conference was held at the Parker House Hotel, the traditional place for political announcements. At 10:30 A.M. Mr. & Mrs. Kennedy entered the Heritage Room and...

Letter from Scotland by Alastair Reid. Tells about boom of oil discoveries off Scotland's coast, & the Scottish nationalist movement. Tells about the Drumbuie drama, during which the Conservative Gov't proposed a Land Acquisitions Bill that would give itself power to acquire sites urgently needed in the national economic interest. Looking over the record of the...

The Theatre FAMILY TROUBLES by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Michael J. Arlen. Some of you have probably been wondering what has happened to our annual Survey of Airport Runways. Well here it is. No. 1 again is Jacksonville International. (Fla.). "A fine, smooth surface... No. 2: Logan International (Mass.) "A rough but interestingly textured surface... No. 3: Lebanon Airport (N.H.). "A cheerful...

The Sporting Scene GOLD-DIGGERS OF 1974 by Herbert Warren Wind. SPORTING SCENE about World Team Tennis and the U. S. Open at Forest Hills. W. T. T. is a league of 16 teams in the U. S. which hopes to expand worldwide. W. T. T.'s aim is to democratize tennis. Writer tells of its plans to change the traditional...

Performance Opening by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about last week's opening of the Metropolitan Opera with a performance of Verdi's "I Vespri Siciliani." Writer reported that the audience was both dressier & more subdued than it had been on some previous occasions. Tells about the appearance of various opera stars in the audience. Writer wandered...

Obituary by Brendan Gill. Obituary of John McCarten, who died Sept. 25, 1974...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Conference Call by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about a conference call involving the writer and six other people from various parts of the country. The subject of the discussion was a conference this coming weekend at the Commodore Hotel on the Psychology of Consciousness. One of the participants in the call was Dr. Elmer Green...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. The Pres., along with some 2,000 others, has come down from the economic "summit" meetings in the grand ballroom of the Washington Hilton Hotel. It's hard to see what has been gained. There is no consensus, on how best to meet the crisis. The situation is too multifaceted & unprecedented...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Foolish Pleasure is owned by John L. Greer, a Knoxville bakery executive. The horse won the Cowdin Stakes at Belmont...

Fiction The Earthly Paradise by Robert Hemenway. After having separated from his wife, Jack Davis moved into a small N.Y. Village apt. & tried to forget his unsuccessful marriage to Irene. After 7 months of being alone & trying to reconstruct his life, Davis went to a party where he met Mariko Nomura, a Japanese-American sculptress...

Poetry A Thousand Words by Daryl Hine. Ce que j'admire en Leningrad, c'est Saint Petersbourg...

Poetry Becoming You by Philip Levine. I see you...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 7, 1974 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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