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New Yorker Magazine - October 30, 1971 - Cover by Carlita Hunt
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New Yorker Magazine - October 30, 1971 - Cover by Carlita Hunt
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 30, 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: Carlita Hunt
Publication Date: October 30, 1971
Page Count: 156 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Was Blucher Late At Marathon? by H. F. Ellis. Writer gives us a film scenario which he says "is a conspectus of world history as viewed simultaneously from various vantage points in the universe - wide-screen stuff, produced by a Toynbee rather than a Joseph E. Levine." The scenes employ various historical characters, out of chronological order, in a...

Around City Hall UPSTAIRS by Andy Logan. AROUND CITY HALL about hearings. According to the rules governing City Hall hearings, any citizen may speak for 3 minutes for or against any proposed resolution or law on the day's agenda, and there are usually large crowds on hand on appropriate days. Tells about some noisy hearings & those...

Fiction Rich People Are Happier Than Poor, Healthy, Happier Than Sick; Young, Happier Than Old by Harry L. Mountzoures. The writer tells of a series of incidents that happen within a short period of time, leaving him with a fear of getting old & nostalgia for the security of his childhood. 1)A party where everyone has white hair except his wife & him. He glances in the mirror...

The Race Track Speeders by G. F. T. Ryall. The Princeton Handicap's first division was won by Mrs. Taylor Hardin's Kittiwake...

Profiles PRESIDENT III-WE MUST RUN WHILE THEY WALK by William Edgett Smith. PROFILE of Julius K. Nyerere, Pres. of Tanzania. Tells why Nyerere seems to lean more toward countries like China & East Germany than toward the West. Tells about the strained U.S.-Tanzanian relations in 1964-65, & relates 3 incidents which contributed to growing anti-Americanism in Tanzania. In Dec., 1965...

The Talk of the Town Three Gatherings by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about a party the French Film Office gave here for Henri Langlois, director of the Cinematheque Francaises in Paris. Among the guests was Andy Warhol. John Putnam, editor of "Mad", commented on Mr. Warhol. He said he had always wanted to manufacture an Infant Jesus of Prague, an...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Tells about the Labour Party conference in Brighton, which debated English entry into the Common Market. Harold Wilson had told the Party that votes on the issue, on Oct. 28, may be cast freely without worry to increasing the dangerous split in the Party. This may have been directed at...

The Current Cinema Urban Gothic by Pauline Kael. Writer considers New York City as the place where a number of films have been made recently. The background is always really New York and nowhere else, in contrast to films made in Los Angeles which could stand in for most of the world. Gives list of some New York...

The Theatre Mutilating Max by Edith Oliver. In review of "And They Put Handcuffs on the Flowers" writer describes audience involvement, saying "To begin with, we are pulled, one by one, into the pitch-dark auditorium by an actor or an usher, who grabs each of us by the arm and throat, immediately whisperings, "Don't be frightened...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

The Theatre MUTILATING MAX by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Richard Harris. Comment about Pres. Nixon & the Supreme Court. Writer deplores Nixon's call for an end to criticism of the Court. However, during the 1968 Pres. campaign, Nixon issued a position paper on crime, entitled "Toward Freedom from Fear," in which he accused the Court of "seriously hamstringing the peace forces...

A Reporter at Large ON VOUS CHERCHE by Jeremy Bernstein. REPORTER AT LARGE about mountain climbing in the French & Italian Alps. The summer of 1971 was one of the best for weather and one of the worst for accidents. 77 deaths & 120 accidents involving injuries occurred in the region of Mt. Blanc alone. Accidents prompted the revival of...

Poetry In the Mental War by Irving Feldman. from out-of-doors. A visiting child...

Poetry To Rosmarie in Bad Kissingen by Keith Waldrop. I just squashed a fat...

Poetry Shades Mountain by Everette H. Maddox. Here where a mass of autumn trees...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 30, 1971 - Cover by Carlita Hunt

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