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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1973 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1973 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 12, 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: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: November 12, 1973
Page Count: 220 pages
In this issue:

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Avant-Garde Masterpieces by Harold Rosenberg.

The Theatre Traducing the Thirties by Brendan Gill. In a review of the musical "Molly" writer gives facts about the Alvin Theatre, where the play is being performed. Writer contrasts the pretty theatre with the ugly show...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Public opinion has been sharply divided over the Government's Middle Eastern arms embargo, a policy officially aimed at not spreading the disastrous war but also at keeping on the right side of the oil sheikhs. It was a surprise that Her Majesty's Govt. did not know about U.S. movements in...

Fiction The Foregone Conclusion by Sylvia Townsend Warner. Lucy met her lover, a civil servant with a wife and daughters, at a Mahler concert. They occupied adjoining seats. He took her for sandwiches after the concert. He was much older than she. She is a ghost writer. Their relationships develops. One evening, after making love, she sits nakedly...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Sixteen months ago, five men were caught in the hq. of the Democratic Nat'l. Comm. carrying wiretapping equipment. Whom could they have been working for? The country awaited evidence. Tells how it was discovered that the entire top echelon of the President's staff for domestic affairs as well as most...

The Current Cinema Bloodless and Bloody by Pauline Kael. Review of "England Made Me", from the early Graham Greene novel...

The Talk of the Town by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about a party at the Essex House thrown by Harry Rigby, theatrical producer, for five of his leading ladies: Alice Faye, Ruby Keeler, Patsy Kelly, Jane Powell, & Debbie Reynolds. It was unusual: black tie, sit-down supper for 423 guests, dance band that played non-stop for...

Dancing Ballroom Britannia by Arlene Croce. Review of the 1973 World's Professional Ballroom Dancing Championships held at the Felt Forum. The competitors represented 27 countries. Great Britain is the stronghold of traditional ballroom dancing. First prize in the Modern competition (the day before there was a Latin-American contest) was won by a British couple, Richard...

Musical Events Leningrad in Manhattan by Desmond Shawe-Taylor.

The Talk of the Town Congressman Ford by Richard Harris. Talk story about Congressman Gerald Ford's political reputation in Washington, in view of his recent nomination by Pres. Nixon as Vice-Pres. Writer talked with Congressmen Richard Boiling, Donald W. Riegle, Jr., Sen. Charles Mathias, Jr., & other congressmen of the Republican party who did not wish to be quoted...

Comment by Richard Harris. Congress almost never does the right thing and when it does the right thing it almost always does it at the wrong time or for the wrong reason. Although 8 Vice-Presidents have succeeded to the Presidency, Congress continues to view the second-highest office in the nation as merely...

The Race Track The Grand Finale by G. F. T. Ryall. Maple rode Secretariat in his last race, which he won, the Canadian International Championship Stakes at Toronto's Woodbine. Writer felt sorry for Ron Turcotte, the jockey, who had ridden Secretariat to all but a couple of his previous triumphs and defeats. Set down by the stewards at Aqueduct for earless...

Annals of Industry CASUALTIES OF THE WORKPLACE III-SOME CONFLICTS OF INTEREST by Paul Brodeur. ANNALS OF INDUSTRY about the dangers of asbestos. Tells about the Labor Dept. March, 1972, hearings on asbestos safety, at which industry testified that it would be too costly to institute anything less than a 5-fibre-per-cubic-cm.-of-air standard for asbestos dust, & labor said that...

The Talk of the Town Two Gatherings by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the celebration in honor of the 30th birthday of the City Center. It was a star-studded Gala in its original 55th St. home. Among the performers was Gelsey Kirkland, who with Helgi Tomasson, danced a pas de deux...

Profiles BOOK TRAVELLER by Bruce Bliven. PROFILE of George Fabian Scheer, 56, a travelling book salesman from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Scheer's territory is the South & Southwest; he & his associate Roger Foushee cover 12 states & 12,000 miles. Writer joined Scheer in New Orleans on one of his 2 major annual trips. Scheer works...

Fiction Money by Arnold Sundgaard. If frugality, like beauty, can be said to exist in the eye of the beholder, then I saw my father as a frugal man." The thin line that separates frugality from parsimony, however, is just thick enough to blur a child's vision, and at times I saw him as a...

On and Off the Avenue Feminine Fashions by Kennedy Fraser. Entire column devoted to reflections on the influence of bluejeans on fashion...

Poetry Address To An Old Horse by Maxine Kumin. Amanda, you'll be going...

Poetry Letter To Zbigiew Cybulski by John Peech. As I lie awake in the dark gaps...

Poetry Promised Land Valley, June, '73 by Alfred Corn. The lake at nightfall is less a lake...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1973 - Cover by Arthur Getz

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