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New Yorker Magazine - July 22, 1972 - Cover by Saul Steinberg
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 22, 1972 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: Saul Steinberg
Publication Date: July 22, 1972
Page Count: 80 pages
In this issue:

Profiles VERONESE IN VENICE by Winthrop Sargeant. PROFILE of Giuseppe Cipriani, of Venice, honored by the Italian gov't. for his contribution to tourism. He manages the city's most fashionable hotel, the Hotel Cipriani, on Giudecca island; he owns La Locanda Cipriani, famous for its restaurant, on the island of Torcello; he manages the Villa Cipriani, at Asolo...

The Talk of the Town Co-op by Gerald Jonas. Talk story about a food co-op on Manhattan's upper West Side. The New York City Terminal Market, in the Hunts Point section of Bronx, is where the two ladies that the reporter accompanied did their shopping. This market, which opened in March, 1967, handles nearly 80% of all the...

Fiction Study Of A Disaster by Max Frisch. Victor and Marlis were travelling through Southern France to Spain. She got to know him at the Municipal Hospital in Basel where he, a doctor, practically saved her life. She was getting her divorce because of him. Marlis, 35, was beautiful and very intelligent. She preferred that men admire her...

Fiction Ma by Edna O'Brien. Story about the death of the author's mother. She begins by describing the funeral, "a comic event despite the keenings and the ululations." A man looking for his lost sheep wanders into the cemetary as she is being buried. Then the writer describes her own behavior. "I made an ape...

The Current Cinema by Penelope Gilliatt. A 1937 film "Easy Living", was written by Preston Sturges from a Vera Caspary story and directed by Mitchell Leisen. It is being shown at the Museum of Modern Art along with a group of other Paramount films, between now & Aug. 31...

Dept. of Correction and Amplification by Ralph Nader. DEPT. OF CORRECTION AND AMPLIFICATION in which writer states he was misquoted in a talk story, May 27, about Kahn-Tineta Horn, a Mohawk Indian. It quotes her describing his comments on the James Bay hydro project in northern Quebec...

The Political Life Comment by Jonathan Schell. Sometimes it seems that in the political life of our country nothing new can ever happen. At the Democratic Convention 4 years ago, the curtain went down on a scene of established power protecting itself against change with violence & coercion. But at some point in the years that followed...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, Inc., better known as Jehovah's Witnesses, will hold a convention at Aqueduct from the third through the sixth of August...

The Talk of the Town DEPUTY MAYOR by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about Edward Allan Morrison, deputy mayor of the city of New York. Miss Gould is the Mayor's secretary...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Tells about how one office building, built 8 yrs. ago, has been deliberately left empty ever since. Sec. of State for the Environment Peter Walker was cheered in Parliament when he promised to bring in legislation to stop such practices. Tells about opposition to architect Sir Basil Spence's plans for...

Precision by Philip Hamburger. A theatre buff we know who belongs to a theatrical-subscription group in Hartford received limited satisfaction upon being informed that "Your tickets for the coming season will be mailed to you early in late summer...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment on the just-held National Democratic Convention at which Sen. George McGovern was nominated as the Presidential candidate and at which many new delegates were present. An interview with an aide to Sen. McGovern, Richard Stearns, on the night of McGovern's victory caught the mood of the convention. It...

Letter from Miami LETTER FROM MIAMI BEACH by Richard H. Rovere. Tells about the Dem. Convention, which chose McGovern & Sen. Thomas Eagleton as Pres. candidates. By & large McGovern is in the mainstream of modern economic liberalism & stands alone mainly in a sense of commitment rarely encountered nowadays, & in his passionate campaigning against the Indo-China war. There...

The Talk of the Town A Postcard from Miami Beach by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story in the form of a postcard from the Democratic Naional Convention, held in Miami Beach July 10-14. Writer notes that the view from the floor is quite unlike the view of the convention seen on television. He cites the ceilings as an example. "On television, convention halls have...

Jazz by Whitney Balliett.

Annals of War VIETNAM IV-JOHNSON'S DILEMMA by Frances FitzGerald. ANNALS OF WAR about the American prosecution of the Vietnam war, under the Johnson Administration, from 1965 to 1968. With both men & material resources, the U.S. enforced corruption & destroyed the tissue of Vietnamese society. Tells how, in order to root out the N.L.F., U.S. troops committed what could...

Poetry Away by Mark Strand. One summer night...

Poetry Sonnet With a Different Letter at the End of Every Line by George Starbuck. 0 for a muse of fire, a sack of dough...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 22, 1972 - Cover by Saul Steinberg


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