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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - January 20, 1975 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 20, 1975 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: Eugene Mihaesco
Publication Date: January 20, 1975
Page Count: 100 pages
In this issue:

Books Through Seas Forlorn by George Steiner.

The Theatre OFF BROADWAY by Brendan Gill. Review of Wallace Shawn's one-act comedy "Our Late Night" put on by the Manhattan Project at Joseph Papp's Public Theatre, by Andre Gregory and his company...

Musical Events Notes on Notes on Notes by Andrew Porter.

Dancing Old Acquaintance and New by Arlene Croce.

The Current Cinema Pure Chrome by Pauline Kael. In review of "Stavisky", directed by Alain Renais, writer discusses what is being said about the leading character as a Jew. She also discusses Bergman's portrayal of the Elliott Gould character, a Jew, in "The Touch...

Fiction A Total Disaster by F. P. Tullius. Short story in the form of a letter. Phil, a movie script-writer, writes a letter to Melvin Bloom, of Gem-of-the-Ocean Pictures. Phil is getting together the script for what he says will be the ultimate catastrophe flicker, or catastropic. In fact, the scriptwriter has taken the...

The Race Track Santa Anita Special by G. F. T. Ryall. At the opening day at Santa Anita there was the unveiling of a bronze bust of Joe Hernandez, the track nnouncer who had described every race at Santa Anita (15,587 of them) from the first opening of all, on Christmas Day, 1934, until he had a fatal heart attack while...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Although Watergate is not over, the end of the main trial & release of 3 defendants seems to usher in a period when it need no longer distract us. The Rockefeller Commission's CIA has already caused uproar because of the commissioners chosen; a competent & independent can cure this. Reviews...

The Talk of the Town Cox at Cambridge by John Bainbridge. Talk story about an interview with Archibald Cox, former Harvard professor and former Watergate Special Prosecutor. He is spending the current academic year as visiting Fellow of Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge U., England. Mr. Cox is the Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions at the College. His work...

Reflections REMEMBERING WYSTAN H. AUDEN, WHO DIED IN THE NIGHT OF THE TWENTY-EIGHTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1973 by Hannah Arendt. REFLECTIONS about memories of the poet Wystan Auden, who died Sept. 28, 1973. Quotes from several of his poems; gives comments of some who wrote about him; discusses his personality & work. Writer met Auden in 1958 and they were good friends...

Letter from Opec by Joseph Kraft. In Vienna on Dec. 12 & 13, the Oil Ministers of the 13 members of OPEC were to hold their 42nd conference since OPEC was formed in 1960. Before the meeting writer met with Dr. Abderrhaman Khene, Sec.-Gen. of OPEC, who said he believed the agenda would be concerned...

Fiction Dwarf House by Ann Beattie. James is a 38 yr. old dwarf. After living most of his life with his mother he decides to move into a home for physically abnormal people. He is visited regularly by his brother MacDonald who in turn reports back to their mother, who is emotionally unable to visit James...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about possibility of war in the Middle East. The news came in the form of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's intimation, in an interview printed in "Business Week," that the U.S. might use military force in the Middle East if the cu cumulative actions of the oil cartel should...

Comic Strip Ip Gissa Gul by George Booth. Comic strip entitled "Ip Gissa Gul" which means, "Ape Gets A Girl." A group of cavemen come upon an ape who is in a state of fury and says he wants a girl. While the ape goes off to look for a girl, the cavemen discover the rock, the hog...

The Talk of the Town Rehearsal by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Mikhail Baryshnikov, the 26 yr. old star of Leningrad's Kirov Ballet, who defected in Toronto last summer to make his career in the West. After several months of negotiations, it was announced that Baryshnikov would divide his time between several foreign companies (in which he would concentrate...

U. S. Journal Swissness by Calvin Trillin. New Glarus, Wis. emphasizes its Swiss heritage in order to draw tourists. The promotion that helped increase the tourist traffic mostly dramatically in the past dozen years was mainly the work of two Swiss immigrants: Robert Schneider and Karl Hofman. Schneider came to New Glarus from Switzerland in 1956, having...

Poetry In Snow by Lawrence Bridges. Fingers slide back over sudden unhunted steepness and...

Poetry Worsening Situation by John Ashbery. Like a rainstorm, he said, the braided colors...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 20, 1975 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco


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