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New Yorker Magazine - December 1, 1975 - Cover by George Booth
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - December 1, 1975 - Cover by George Booth
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 1, 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: George Booth
Publication Date: December 1, 1975
Page Count: 188 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Gwendolen by Jeremy Bernstein. Talk story about Welsh actress Meg Wynn Owen who is appearing as Gwendolen in Tom Stoppard's play "Travesties," now showing on Broadway. Tells about the play. Writer talks to Miss Wynn Owen in the Hotel Algonquin. Gives biographical data on the actress and a brief sketch of her career. She...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Eight months ago when N. Vietnamese forces were on the verge of taking over S. Vietnam, Sec. of State Henry Kissinger described the imminent failure of American policy as potentially "cataclysmic." The pronouncement was odd, in that the aims of the war had been largely "psychological." In recent weeks, the...

Our Far-Flung Correspondents RUNNING by Elizabeth Drew. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about Presidential campaigning. Writer discusses the strains & difficulties and interviews a number of people to get their views. Interviews with: George McGovern, the Democratic candidate in 1972; Edmund Muskie, who sought the Dem. nonination in '72; Walter Mondale, who said he'd seek the nomination in...

The Talk of the Town An Introduction to Jazz by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about a young man who goes to his first jazz concert, which was a benefit for the Citizens' Committee to Save Jazz Radio. The Riverside Church used to own WRVR, the only all-jazz radio station in town, but last summer asked the Federal Communications Commission for permission...

The Talk of the Town Royal Conservationist by Faith McNulty. Talk story about His Royal Highness Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands. Before going to meet him writer looked up his homeland, once a small German principality, called Lippe, near Westphalia and now part of West Germany. Quotes what was said in the Encyclopaedia Britannica and tells about the Prince's genealogy...

A Reporter at Large ALL-VOLUNTEER-II by Bruce Bliven. A REPORTER AT LARGE about the new all-volunteer Army. Writer talks to Prof. Charles Moskos, Jr., chairman of the Dept. of Sociology at Northwestern University and expert on the military enlisted man. Tells about the kinds of adjustments the old Army must make to accomodate the present recruits who...

Musical Events Very Good, Considering. . . by Andrew Porter.

The Current Cinema THE BULL GOOSE LOONY by Pauline Kael. Full-column review of the film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", taken from Ken Kesey's novel, published in 1962. Milos Forman directed...

The Race Track New Purses and Old-Timers by G. F. T. Ryall. In Calif. there's Telly's Pop, a two-year-old who is owned by Telly Savalas and Howard Koch, a Hollywood producer. Telly's Pop has won four of his five starts. Tells about him...

Fiction Tomorrow's Celebrities Today by William Hamilton. The field of celebrities is expanding despite the recession. Television provides instant fame for many. One way to achieve celebrity is to exploit an unusual field. Examples follow: Debbie Dare, unsuccessful actress becomes the voice of Public Recordings; Ernie Navoni, a butcher, elevates meat to a status symbol by carving...

Fiction My North Dakota Railroad Days by Garrison Keillor. A member of the Brotherhood of North Dakota State Railroad Employees reminisces about the time when he was the conductor of the train, the Prairie Queen, from 1930 to 1942. The first time he heard the Call of the Road was in 1912 when the campaign train of President Theodore...

Poetry Children Of Darkness by Richard Wilbur. If groves are choirs and sanctuaried fanes...

Poetry Impressions by David Sofield. Thanksgiving Saturday, dark wind, Detroit...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 1, 1975 - Cover by George Booth

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