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New Yorker Magazine - November 7, 1977 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - November 7, 1977 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 7, 1977 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: November 7, 1977
Page Count: 224 pages
In this issue:

Annals of Crime A PRISON AND A PRISONER III-YOU WOULDN'T UNDERSTAND by Susan Sheehan. ANNALS OF CRIME about George Malinow, an inmate of Green Haven prison. When Malinow was about ten, he began stealing with a group of neighborhood boys in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. "We got away with a lot without getting caught. That made me get in the habit of stealing...

Musical Events Death in Ferrara by Andrew Porter.

Fiction A Short History of Deedle by Marshall Brickman. Parody of evolution of scat vocals. Says that scat was not invented by Ella Fitzgerald or Louis Armstrong but by a 14th century English thresher. The earliest known record of primitive scat occured in Weir's "Synggebok." Tells how Mozart, Liszt, and Brahms used scat, and its modern development...

The Race Track Affirmed Takes It by G. F. T. Ryall. Ringing is running a good horse under a poor one's name, and it is illegal. Officials of the N.Y. Racing Ass'n. found last week that the horse who won a race at Belmont Park on Sep. 23 at odds of 57-1, under the name of Lebon was not Lebon at...

The Talk of the Town Twenty-six-Point-Two Miles by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the 8th annual New York Marathon, on Oct. 23, 1977, in which 4,823 runners began and 3,800 officially finished the race course of 26.2 miles. The course, which took in all boroughs, began on the Staten Island toll plaza of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and ended at...

On and Off the Avenue Feminine Fashions; Britain~I by Kennedy Fraser. An analysis of the current state of the British fashion industry, touching also on the country in general...

The Theatre Looking Backward by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town Noise by Mark Singer. Talk story about a public hearing held by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, at the United Nations Plaza Hotel, to discuss noise from garbage trucks. The E.P.A. has identified garbage trucks as "a major source of noise." If the government's proposal goes into effect, beginning in 1979 it will be...

Comment by Ved Mehta. After writer discusses Pres. Carter's contemplated overseas trip, especially the visit to India, he tells about the month-long India promotion planned by Bloomingdale's with Air-India for the spring of 1978. The preparations have already begun - gives details of what will take place, at some length...

The Current Cinema The Lower Trash/ The Higher Trash by Pauline Kael. Review of "Equus", taken from Peter Shaffer's play, directed by Sidney Lumet...

Books Word of Mouth by Susan Lardner.

Fiction The Left-Handed Woman by Peter Handke. Marianne, referred to as the woman throughout the story, is 30, lives with her child, Stefan, 8, and her husband, Bruno, in a bungalow colony in western Germany. She picks up her husband at the airport. He has been in Scandinavia on a business trip for 3 weeks. It is...

Poetry The Question by Francis Golffing. You ask me what is there...

Poetry The World's Fattest Dancer by Cynthia MacDonald. She stands in the lake of her fat...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 7, 1977 - Cover by Charles Saxon


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