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New Yorker Magazine - May 29, 1971 - Cover by William Steig
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 29, 1971 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: William Steig
Publication Date: May 29, 1971
Page Count: 92 pages
In this issue:

A Reporter at Large MINGUS AT PEACE by Whitney Balliett. REPORTER AT LARGE about bassist, composer & bandleader Charles Mingus, whose book about himself, "Beneathe the Underdog: His World as Composed by Mingus," was recently published by Knopf. Gives excerpts from the book, the best part of which deals with Fats Navarro. Writer spent an evening with Mingus & his...

The Current Cinema Bresson by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of Robert Bresson's "Une Femme Douce", and lengthy critique of all his work...

Letter from Paris by Janet Flanner. Review of Rudolf Nureyev's performance in "La Belle au Bois Dormant" with the Marseille City Ballet. They performed at the Palais des Sports where the makeshift stage was so immense that the dancers had to hustle dangerously to get across it or to hurry up and down the perilous double...

Musical Events by Janet Flanner.

Fiction Subpoena by Donald Barthelme. Writer received a Subpoena from the Bureau of Compliance. Citizen Bergman there wanted him to comply. The writer had a monster living with him, named Charles Evans Hughes, who acted as a companion. The writer had failed to remit the Paid Companionship Tax. He went home to his friend, a...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Writer has been thinking about certain lists he's seen recently and about a whole new kind of list that seems to be cropping up wherever he looks. One of these was a list, quoted in this magazine a few years ago in which the Army summed up its progress in...

Obituary by Roger Angell. Obituary of Ogden Nash, who died May 19, 1971. His last poem "You Steer and I'll Toot", printed beneath it...

Fiction Two More Under the Indian Sun by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Margaret was a middle-aged English widow who had lived in India for many years & remembered the Empire Days. Her friend, Elizabeth, was much younger. She had been a school teacher in England, over 30, when she met Raju, an Indian, who was studying in England. They were married...

The Talk of the Town Ready to Mail by Lillian Ross. Talk story about a visit to the National Mail Order Merchandise Show at the Hotel New Yorker. There was a display of wide neckties all printed with repeated smile faces, made by Best Seal Corp. whose president, Jon P. Schweitzer spoke with the writer & told about other merchandise they...

Letter from Moscow by Joseph Kraft. An emphasis on increased production of consumer goods instead of on heavy industry was one of the two main features of the 24th Communist Party Congress .The other big development was the emergence of Leonid Brezhnev as the undisputed No. 1 in Soviet politics. The expected tightening of the ideological...

The Race Track Fast Girl by G. F. T. Ryall. Ed Neloy trains Numbered Account and thinks she's the best filly he has ever trained...

The Talk of the Town Moving In by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about companies eager to move into, rather than out of New York City. Norton Simon Inc. formerly in Fullerton, California and the parent company of such companies as Canada Dry, McCall Publishing & Talent Associates, quietly moved into 230 Park Avenue last September. Writer interviewed Norton Simon's president...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Poetry The Gathering of the Loons by David Wagoner. In the dead calm before darkness near the shore...

Poetry You Steel And I'll Toot by Ogden Nash. Henry Henley had a hero, Henry the Navigator, that maritime-minded...

Poetry White Noise by John Hollander. The aspen leaves and those of the populars turn...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 29, 1971 - Cover by William Steig


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