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New Yorker Magazine - April 14, 1980 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - April 14, 1980 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 14, 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: Pierre Le-Tan
Publication Date: April 14, 1980
Page Count: 176 pages
In this issue:

Fiction The Smallest Loss by Laura Furman. Corinne arrives in London and joins her husband, Edward, who had preceded her there. They are awkward together but Corinne decides that the separation has not harmed their relationship. Visiting their friend Penelope, an attractive, energetic woman they have known since their college days, Corinne learns that Penelope is getting...

The Sporting Scene THE HEART OF KOKOMO by Herbert Warren Wind. SPORTING SCENE about the basketball team at Kokomo High School, located about 50 miles north of Indianapolis. Writer wanted to learn if Hoosier Hysteria, the fabled devotion of Indianans to basketball, still existed, and so, at a friend's suggestion, he visited Kokomo, which has long had a strong team. Piece...

Books Epiphany by Santha Rama Rau.

The Current Cinema BY THE GOLDEN GATE by Brendan Gill.

Comment Strike by Elizabeth Macklin. Talk story about observations on the first day of the transit strike. Writer comments on the bicycle riders...

The Talk of the Town Strike by James Stevenson. Illustrated talk story about the transit stike and various ways the writer found to get to work...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. While New York City waited for the public-transit strike last week, three disasters, two of human origin and one of natural origin, were in the news: the collapse of the oil platform in the North Sea, which caused the death of more than 100 people, and the first anniversary...

Musical Events Broadway Opera? by Nicholas Kenyon.

The Talk of the Town Strike by Wallace White. Talk story about walking on the Queensboro Bridge and later on Fifth Ave. during the transit strike. On the bridge autos were barred from the two outer lanes of the lower level during the strike. Pedestrians used the outer lane on the north side and cyclists the outer lane on...

A Reporter at Large 1980: THE PRESIDENT by Elizabeth Drew. REPORTER AT LARGE about Pres. Carter's campaign for renomination. Writer says the Carter Administration has indicated more of an interest in politics than in governing. The challenge from Sen. Edward Kennedy has raised this interest to a new level. Beginning in the fall of 1978, those who would play a...

The Theatre WITHOUT SPEECH by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town Strike by Mark Singer. Talk story about running shoes and running during the transit strike. Fred Lebow, the president of the New York Road Runners Club, regards the run-to-work movement as an idea whose time has come. Tells about him and his running experiences...

Fiction Wooley by Mark Strand. The narrator eulogizes his friend Wooley, speaking of him as a man of great wit, imagination, and style. Wooley was a dashing figure -- he wore tailored tweed jackets, faded cotton shirts, Italian corduroy pants, Justin boots. Wooley's life was exciting. He challenged Monty Bianco, the tennis star, to a tennis...

Obituary by Derek Morgan. Obituary of Rachel MacKenzie, who died Friday, March 28th. She had been a "New Yorker" fiction editor since 1956. (She also wrote two short stories, one of them "Risk", an account of her open-heart surgery.) A quotation from a poem is included in the obituary. It is from "Night...

The Talk of the Town Day Two by James Stevenson. Talk story giving writer's impressions of scenes around town on Wednesday (Apr. 2), the second day of the transit strike. Illustration of a horse with a feedbag on and a leg with humorous indications of its anatomical features, included...

The Talk of the Town Strike by Patti Hagan. Talk story about walking across the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan from the Brooklyn Heights end during the transit strike. Tells about the walkers, runners, and cyclists walking their bikes. Talk story about walking on the Queensboro Bridge first from Manhattan to Queens and then back. During the strike autos are...

The Talk of the Town Strike by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about transportation by fishing boat during the transit strike. Some Wall Street firms chartered a small flotilla of fishing boats which landed at East River piers. There the writer spoke with John Marinelli, a lawyer, in charge of landing operations for the Bradford Corp., an enormous Wall Street...

The Talk of the Town Strike by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about the end of subway and bus service, run by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, due to the strike declared by Local 100 of the Transport Workers Union at twelve minutes after two last Tuesday morning (Apr. 1). The announcement was made at the Sheraton Centre Hotel. Orders to...

Poetry The Insomnia of Tremayne by Donald Justice. The all-night stations - Tremayne pictures them...

Poetry Four Brothers by W. S. Di Piero. Pino the Lizard in his patent-leather shoes...

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