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New Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1980 - Cover by William Steig
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 7, 1980 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: William Steig
Publication Date: April 7, 1980
Page Count: 152 pages
In this issue:

Fiction As Is by Penelope Gilliatt. A story about the close friendship between an elderly music professor (Professor Chalcott) and a nineteen-year-old student (Fiona) of comparative literature at an Eastern American university. She also works in the physics lab, where Professor Krzyzowska -- a middle-aged, Polish emigree physicist who plays godmother to Fiona -- warns...

The Current Cinema WALKING WOUNDED by Brendan Gill.

A Reporter at Large THE WORLD'S RESOURCES III-HUMAN ENERGY by Richard J. Barnet. REPORTER AT LARGE about labor in the global factory. Increasingly, global resource systems are being managed by multinational corporations. More and more goods are now made in the poor countries of the southern periphery under direction from headquarters in the north and most are destined to be consumed in the...

The Theatre BODY SNATCHING by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town Coach by Anthony Bailey. Talk story about Daniel Topolski, the coach of the Oxford University rowing crew, which on April 5th meets Cambridge in the Boat Race - an event that has been held just about every year since 1829. Topolski, 34, is the son of the Polish painter Feliks Topolski. Daniel Topolski has worked...

Our Local Correspondents SOMETHING BETTER OUT THERE by Whitney Balliett. OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS about pianist Nellie Lutcher, who is at Barney Josephson's Cookery after a 7-year absence. She would like to work with a drummer but she has none at the Cookery - Skeeter Best is on guitar and Morris Edwards on bass - so she claps her hands when the...

Portrait An 80-Years Self, Portrait by Alex Stevens. The moon tonight, no more than a cuticle, dips both...

Portrait Departures by John L'Heureux. A portrait of a priest at three different times in his life. The story begins with his arrival by train in Springfield, Mass., where his parents live. He is twenty-five and has spent the past six years in a seminary--an experience that has "made him ill at ease...

Books A Cloud of Witnesses by John Updike.

Television Tryout by Ian Frazier. Talk story about auditions for the popular television show, "Family Feud," in the Gold Room of the Taft Hotel. The show--produced by Goodson-Todman Productions--appears at least five times a week and is about two families competing "for a possible twenty-five thousand dollars in prize money." So...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. In a discussion of the creation in "The City of God", St. Augustine of Hippo writes, "Whatever the physical or seminal causes that play their part in the production of living things...only God most high can create the actual natures...." In recent years God's monopoly has been broken and...

Musical Events Challenges by Nicholas Kenyon.

The Talk of the Town Mr. Galisi's Stand by James Stevenson. Illustrated talk story about a shoe shine stand at the corner of Eighty-second Street and Columbus Ave. The stand was closed when writer visited. It had belonged to a man named Mr. Galizi, who had died last spring...

Poetry Sky by Robert Penn Warren. Livid to lurid switched the sky...

Poetry Regret by Edward Hirsch. I am the voices that fill you with silence...

Poetry The Unruly Thoughts of the Dog Trainer's Lover by Elizabeth Macklin. Into the wheat-thrown fields we lead...

Poetry In the Whale by Leonard Wallace Robinson. In my turquoise sweater, disgruntled...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1980 - Cover by William Steig


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