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New Yorker Magazine - October 15, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - October 15, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 15, 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: October 15, 1973
Page Count: 188 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Preview by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about the Brooklyn Museum's exhibition of Egyptian art. The museum is observing its sesquicentennial year. The exhibition is entitled "Art from the Age of the Sun King," and is limited to work produced during the reign of Akhenaten, and his consort Nefertiti (1378-1362 B.C.). Exhibit contains objects from...

A Reporter at Large I-WHO, WHAT, WHERE, HOW MUCH, HOW MANY? by E. J. Kahn. REPORTER AT LARGE about the 1970 census--its statistics and significance. There were 203 million Americans alive in 1970--almost twice as many as in 1920. More than 90% of the surplus lived in metropolitan areas-- reflecting the population shift to urban areas. When the 1st census was taken, in...

The Current Cinema Three by Pauline Kael. Review of "Day for Night". The English insurance man who turns up in a scene near the end looks like Graham Greene, but since the role is not listed in the credits, writer wasn't sure until she checked with the film's director, Francois Truffaut. He said that it was indeed...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. From all appearances, the Vice-Pres. is close to the top of his form. His public stance is bold, independent, defiant. There are no weasel words in his assertions of total innocence of wrong-doing and his intent to remain in office even if he is indicted for one or...

The Theatre Le Roi Le Veut? Tant Pis! by Edith Oliver.

Fiction Bombay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Nargis had been brought up in the humble and happy house of her father, a journalist, and her uncle, a lawyer. Her father was commissioned to write the biography of the head of the commercial house of Paniwala & Sons. Nargis married him, and moved into his wealthy home. Her...

The Talk of the Town Truffaut by Lillian Ross. Lengthy talk story about French movie director Francois Truffaut, forty-one, whose most recent film, "Day For Night," opened the current New York Film Festival. It is a movie about making a movie. He does not plan to make a film for another two years, concentrating, instead, on working on...

Profiles II-A COUNTERVAILING FORCE by Thomas Whiteside. PROFILE of Ralph Nader, consumer activist. He deplores the new forms of violence being done to citizens in an industrialized society through pollution, leaks of potent contaminants & radiation hazards. Tells how he runs his million-dollar-a-year multi-faceted operation in Washington. Quotes from some of his co...

The Talk of the Town Egyptian Show by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about the Brooklyn Museum's exhibition of Egyptian art, entitled "Art from the Age of the Sun King," She is associate curator emeritus at the Brooklyn Museum, and at 84 years old, the editor of the exhibition's catalogue...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about how the Watergate atmosphere is one that diminishes not only the nation's leaders and institutions but the nation's calamities as well. If only it were a social law that ridiculous events were never dangerous, America would have nothing to fear from her gov't. at the moment. For although...

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Dogma and Talent by Harold Rosenberg.

The Talk of the Town Rarity by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti, who during the last two years has become the hottest property in opera. Writer learned he was returning to the Metropolitan in a new role - that of Nemorino, in "L'Elisir d'Amore" & made arrangements to interview him. He was born in Modena, Italy...

Our Far-Flung Correspondents THE AGE OF WILMARTH LEWIS by Geoffrey T. Hellman. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about a visit with Wilmarth Lewis, originator, co-financer, & editor of "The Yale Edition of Horace Walpole's Correspondence," which is the most monumental scholarly publishing project ever directed privately. Lewis, 77, plans to mark the 40th year of his work in Farmington, Conn. with a...

Fiction The Wound by Donald Barthelme. The torero is in a room with his mother, grabbing for her hair, when the cook enters with roast beef. The torero's mistress is in the room, along with a famous aficionado. Also in the room are imbeciles, idiotas, and bobos. The mistress has an 8 m.m. camera and films...

Around City Hall HOPEFULS by Andy Logan. AROUND CITY HALL. Tells about Lindsay in the final months of his term, and how much in the public eye he has been, defending the city crime rate, which has dropped, & appointing the last of the judgeships to the Criminal Court. Discusses Rockefeller's future Presidential aspirations, & his conduct...

Poetry Song by Marina Tsvetayeva. Yesterday he could still look in my eyes, yet...

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