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New Yorker Magazine - December 11, 1978 - Cover by Arnie Levin
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New Yorker Magazine - December 11, 1978 - Cover by Arnie Levin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 11, 1978 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: Arnie Levin
Publication Date: December 11, 1978
Page Count: 208 pages
In this issue:

Annals of Science III-DNA by Horace Judson. ANNALS OF SCIENCE about the dramatic period leading to the discovery in April, 1953 of the molecular structure of DNA. The discovery was eventually credited to James Watson & Francis Crick, working at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge Univ. and Maurice Wilkins at King's College, London. At one point the...

Fiction Odds(A Review of "De Impossibilitate Vitae" and "De Impossibilitate Prognoscendi"by Prof. Cezar Kouska) by Stanislaw Lem. Fiction in the form of a book review of the above two-volume work by Prof Benedykt(or Cezar)Kouska. In the first, the author proves that to apply physics' principles of pro bability to events is to say that it is impossible that anything will happen, or has happened...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town AFFAIRS OF STATE by Richard H. Rovere. Pres. Carter places such importance on SALT II, talks for which have been going smoothly with Russia, and believes he can get a treaty limiting the nymber and variety of Soviet and American strategic weapons, that he is asking for almost 6 billion dollars more for defense and 2 billion...

The Talk of the Town L'Art Voltaique by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about exhibit at the African-American Institute of traditional Voltaic sculpture, and talk about the Upper Volta with His Excellency Georges Aisse Mensah, Permanent Representative of Upper Volta at the United Nations. 115 masks, staffs, dolls, doors, flutes and heddle pulleys were on display, 92 of them from...

The Talk of the Town Old and New by Philip Hamburger. Talk story about walking around Boston on a Saturday. Tells about the historic sights and some of the new things...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. The day after the morning papers returned to the newsstands, a couple of weeks ago, we were returned to a world that contains more prose but less poetry than did our newspaperless holiday. During the strike Indian summer days, unrecorded by our newspaper of record, were more enjoyable as they'd...

The Talk of the Town Play by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the New York City Ballet's revival by Jerome Robbins of his 1945 ballet "Interplay". Robbins created "Interplay" when Billy Rose asked him for a ballet for a revue Rose was planning called "Concert Varieties". The choreography has undergone only slight alterations for this revival. The ballet lasts...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Our Far-Flung Correspondents A WORRIED MAN by John Bainbridge. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about Shizuo Tsuji, cooking expert, proprietor of the Ecole Technique Hoteliere Tsuji, in Osaka, the largest professional cooking school in Japan, and author of twenty-nine books on gastronomy, travel and music. The forty-five year old Tsuji was born in Tokyo, the son of a...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of "Goin' South", directed by Jack Nicholson, who also stars in it...

Fiction The Inquiring Demographer by Calvin Trillin. This Week's Question: Is There A Danger In So Many Foreign Investors Buying Up Businesses and Property In America? Illustrated story. The above question is answered by: Mary Lu Barton, Director, Municipal Ballet of Dry River, Nebraska: We became a ballet in the first place because we heard it was...

Poetry North Haven by Elizabeth Bishop. I can make out the rigging of a schooner...

Poetry Short Views in Africa by Josephine Jacobsen. The elephant...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 11, 1978 - Cover by Arnie Levin

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