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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - December 3, 1973 - Cover by Robert Weber
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 3, 1973 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: Robert Weber
Publication Date: December 3, 1973
Page Count: 220 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town High C by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the Pro Musica Antiqua, an organization of ancient-music buffs, who celebrated their 20th birthday last week with a concert at Alice Tully Hall. The concert was called "The Course of Love", a program of 400-year-old songs played on ancient instruments. There were five singers...

The Talk of the Town Word From Folsom Prison by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about Dr. Timothy Leary, now in Folsom Prison, near Sacramento, and Joanna Harcourt-Smith Leary (not related) who plan to be married next week At that time a judge will be handy, hearing his petition for a writ of habeas corpus. In 1961 Dr. Leary was a lecturer...

Profiles I-THE CURVE OF BINDING ENERGY by John McPhee. PROFILE of Theodore B. Taylor, 48, a nuclear physicist, who worries about the possibility of people fabricating an atomic bomb on their own with nuclear material stolen from private industry. In the course of a series of travels writer made with him to nuclear installations around the U.S., he showed...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Writer contrasts festive atmosphere for Princess Anne's wedding with the black national news which exploded the day before, Nov. 13. The Govt. clapped down a state of emergency. In the House of Commons Labour voices said it was unncessary since coal stocks were still pretty good. But the miners just...

Jazz New York Notes by Whitney Balliett.

Fiction Up In Front, Please (A Short History of One Man's Music) by Marshall Brickman. A satirical discussion of the great French avantgarde composer, Marcel Crise, now 86. An intense aristocratic iconoclast & a passionate hater of all modern French composers, including himself, he is an original & most influential figure of the destructionist school (Ecole Crise, 78 Rue des Grenouilles Mortes, Paris) that bears...

The Talk of the Town Disorientation by Robert Bingham. A Harvard aquaintance of the class of 1948 attended his first football game in 25 years. He noticed that there were the same sort of girl cheerleaders there as in the past. But when the band came out to perform at halftime it was accompanied by a female, resembling no...

The Talk of the Town Following Up by Calvin Trillin. Talk story about Edward D. Miller, executive editor of the Allentown, Pa. "Call-Chronicle", who asked Pres. Nixon three follow-up questions at the President's recent press conference at Disney World. Writer expounds on the importance of follow-up questions & how seldom they are asked, much to the annoyance...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about the news in the "Tomorrow" section of "U.S. News & World Report". It begins: "Last week, shortly after the Dow-Jones industrial average fell more than 28 points in a single day...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Pres. Nixon's refututation of actual thievery ("I'm not a crook") seems to acknowledge his engagement in misdeeds of a somewhat less heinous nature. Few people think he can offer any success in foreign policy that will make Watergate inconsequential; if not a crook, Nixon is extraordinarily inept at judging human...

Fiction A Pair by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Getzele Terziver was an ugly, tiny man, a poet & descendant of the Terziver Chassidim in Poland, around the time of World War I. Neither his speech, nor his writings were well understood, but he attracted rich, beautiful, educated girls. He strayed from the Chassidic devoutness, but the Chassidim still...

The Talk of the Town Class by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about a class of the New York City Ballet, led by George Balanchine. The dancers of the company are on strike because they were afraid the musicians were about to strike, and because the management refused to guarantee the dancers pay for a whole season. A few hours...

Musical Events The Soul of the Viola by Desmond Shawe-Taylor.

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: MADISON, WISCONSIN THE RED MAYOR AND THE IDEAL PLACE by Calvin Trillin. US JOURNAL about Madison's Mayor Paul Soglin, a 28-year-old ex-student activist who was elected last April, defeating the incumbent, a conservative Republican William Dyke. Although Soglin had served in the Madison city council or the U. of Wisc. student gov't. at a time when the most militant...

The Talk of the Town High D by Helen Boutwell. Talk story about a rehearsal of Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffman," at the Metropolitan Opera. Richard Bonynge conducted and his wife, Joan Sutherland, sang all four soprano roles. Writer spoke with Bonynge, who discussed the changes he made in the score. Offenbach died before the opera was ever presented, & did...

Poetry The Shades by John Hollander. Even the white shade could flap a black wing...

Poetry The Warrior by Douglas Morea. Vince was just a bug in the outer scheme, a mote in...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 3, 1973 - Cover by Robert Weber


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