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New Yorker Magazine - February 16, 1976 - Cover by George Booth
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - February 16, 1976 - Cover by George Booth
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 16, 1976 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: George Booth
Publication Date: February 16, 1976
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema Seven Fatties by Pauline Kael. In a review of "Seven Beauties", written and directed by Lina Wertmuller, writer discusses other films of this director: "The Lizards", "Love an Anarchy", "Swept Away", "All Screwed Up...

The Race Track Lucky Saturday by G. F. T. Ryall. For the Record: Only one winning ticket was sold on the fourth-race trifecta at Garden State Park last Saturday, and it paid $85,198.50. The ticket holder asked to remain anonymous...

Books Young China by Robert Coles.

Fiction The Agency by Renata Adler. Writer recalls scenes from her life. At the time of the story, she lives in New York, is thirty-five, teaches film at the City University, and is pregnant with her boyfriend Jim's child. She thinks she will have the baby but hasn't told Jim. She and Jim used to...

Musical Events Egyptian Attitudes by Andrew Porter.

A Reporter at Large ENERGY-III by Barry Commoner. REPORTER AT LARGE about inefficient uses of energy and its economic ramifications. Tells about how the crisis in the U.S. Economy is a result of production for profit. In transportation the modes that are low in energy productivity have increasingly displaced those with relatively high productivity. The chemical industry is...

The Talk of the Town Mr. Dolan at the Met by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Mr. James J. Dolan, president of the Dolan Steel Company, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, who, for one evening last week, was the Metropolitan Opera's most prominent neophyte Ethiopian slave. He appeared as a special guest super in the Triumphal Scene of the new "Aida." At a charity auction...

The Theatre On the Adventure of Old Age by Brendan Gill.

U. S. Journal Reflections of a More or Less Junior Citizen Shopping on Washington Avenue by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL about Washington Avenue, the main shopping street of South Beach, the southernmost dozen or 15 blocks of Miami Beach. The area is dominated by elderly European-born Jews who have retired from the cities of the Northeast. Tells about their quarrelsome attitude toward clerks. This style of shopping...

The Talk of the Town Entrepreneurs by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about the International Disco Forum at the Roosevelt Hotel. Writer talked with three men, who have an interest in theemerging discotheque industry. Tells about the 2001 franchise discotheques...

Comment by Jeff Greenfield. Letter from a friend about a new device destined to change the world of politics. It seems that the supporters of Sen. Frank Church, a Presidential hopeful, had come to a caucus of liberal Democrats in Mass. determined to claim a psychological victory from the caucus's balloting. Before the votes...

The Talk of the Town Lunchtime by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about a noontime theatre production at St. Peter's Church on E.56th Street. The writer watched Maria Irene Fornes' play, "Dr. Kheal...

Fiction Pond Life by H. F. Ellis. It is the narrator's custom to read a book, when having his cheese after dinner. He reads whatever he happens to pick up. One evening he read from Sassoon's "Siegfried's Journey." Sassoon went to the States in 1920 to go on a lecture-tour arranged by James B. Pond, head...

Poetry Merce Cunningham and the Birds by Lisel Mueller. Last night I saw Merce Cunningham and his ten amazing dancers...

Poetry February: The Boy Bruegel by Norman Dubie. The birches stand in their beggar's row...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 16, 1976 - Cover by George Booth


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