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New Yorker Magazine - February 4, 1974 - Cover by George Booth
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - February 4, 1974 - Cover by George Booth
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 4, 1974 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: George Booth
Publication Date: February 4, 1974
Page Count: 112 pages
In this issue:

Profiles GUILTY, WITH AN EXPLANATION by Penelope Gilliatt. PROFILE of Woody Allen, comedian, writer & film producer. Allen works all the time, in California & N.Y.; one's impression is that he gives up anything that takes time from work. He has respect for jobs & loves efficiency. He discussed comedy & the hard work it entails, mentioning the...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Congress has reconvened & faces a long, difficult agenda; the most pressing items are impeachment, the energy crisis & the rising cost of increasingly inconvenient living. Discusses national polls concerning Nixon: most Americans distrust him but fear impeachment. Washington politicians felt the same way in 1973, but now the widespread...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of Robert Altman's film "Thieves Like Us", based on a neglected, long out-of-print novel of 1937 by Edward Anderson, of the same title. This is the same novel that Nicholas Ray's 1948 picture "They Live By Night" was derived from. Anderson won a literary prize with his...

The Current Cinema MOURNING BECOMES LORELEI by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town An Arrest by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about Maris Cakars, a radical pacifist, who was arrested in the Soviet Union for distributing leaflets at GUM, a large department store in Moscow. The leaflets were translations into Russian of a New York Times editorial on Brezhnev's visit. His arrest was made by the K.G.B. Cakars was...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

The Talk of the Town La Dolce Vita by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about an opening night called Opening Night Gala of Italian Fortnight II at the Rainbow Room. Nine Italian Line waiter captains were flown in for the Fortnight. Ambassador Angier Biddle Duke, the city's official greeter, presented the key to the city to "Serpico" producer, Dino De Laurentiis. A...

Fiction Hanka by Isaac Bashevis Singer. A Polish author, now living in America, embarks on a lecture tour for Yiddish audiences throughout Argentina. He is a middle aged Jewish refugee; his lecture is about literature and the Supernatural. In Buenos Aires, he is met by Chazkel Polivia, his impresario and also by Hanka, a distant relative...

The Talk of the Town by Lola Finkelstein. Overheard: Leaving the Metropolitan Museum's current exhibition of historic dresses by great designers like Chanel, Poiret, Vionnet, and others, one almost-twenty-year-old girl in bluejeans to another: "Now I understand what my mother must mean when she says, 'Why don't you get yourself some clothes...

Centennial III-THE AMERICAN CONDITION by Richard N. Goodwin. REFELECTIONS on the American social process. Writer tells how the centennial plot of Kennebunk, Maine was removed by state highway crews to make way for new traffic islands. It's difficult to place the blame for this - it's due to circumstances known as "the system". He examines the concept of bureaucracy...

On the Street by Gerald Jonas. Talk story about Vincent Taylor, a Trinidadian street musician who is a virtuoso on the double tenor steel piano pans. Taylor's intruments are frequently referred to as "steel drums," due to their appearance. Describes in detail how he makes his own instruments. He was born in 1944 and grew up...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. To anyone who happens to be interested in the varieties of facts and alleged facts the White House scandals have turned out to be an inexhaustible source of new & striking specimens. There have been "offensives' "operations", and other military maneuvers carried ou by means of facts; there have been...

Poetry The Winter of the Separation by Philip Booth. Where I grew up everything snowed...

Poetry Letter From An Institution by Michael Ryan. The ward beds float like ghost ships...

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