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New Yorker Magazine - May 7, 1979 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 7, 1979 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 7, 1979 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: J. J. Sempe
Publication Date: May 7, 1979
Page Count: 180 pages
In this issue:

Jazz Commodores by Whitney Balliett. Entire column on Milt Gabler, founder of Commodore Records. He is reissuing his recordings of small jazz bands, to be distributed by Columbia. Included are sides by Mel Powell & Benny Goodman, Jelly Roll Norton Sid Catlett's quartet, Don Byas. There are ten L.P.s in the first batch of reissues...

The Theatre THE FATE OF THE JUGGLER by Brendan Gill.

U. S. Journal THE SYMBOL IS A SYMBOL by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: HANOVER, N.H. about the controversy at Dartmouth College over its use of the American Indian as a symbol. The college, founded in 1769 and dedicated to the education of Indians, for the first 2 centuries of its existence gave degrees to about 40,000 whites and 12 Indians. On...

The Talk of the Town Mothering by Ian Frazier. Talk story about the National Mother's Day Committee reception held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel. Lenore Hershey, editor-in-chief of the Ladies Home Journal was rec pient of one of the Outstanding Mother awards...

Comment by William Edgett Smith. Two weeks ago, the black citizens of Rhodesia voted for the first time on the basis of a universal franchise (one man, one vote.) It is remarkable that this event did not come sooner: fully ninety-six per cent of the population is black. Yet until about 3 years ago...

The Current Cinema ISOLATIONISM by Penelope Gilliatt.

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Circle of Friends by Elizabeth Macklin. Sarah and Michael, a young married couple in Brooklyn, have received an urgent postcard from their flamboyant friend Marina who lives in Manhattan. Marina says that they should see her quickly, she has a problem. The problem is that she is one of a number of women (a "harem") having...

Profiles EQUATIONS by Elizabeth Drew. PROFILE of Robert S. Strauss, 60, officially the United States' Special Representative for Trade Negotiations. He has the title of Ambassador, and is in charge of our participation in the current trade negotiations among 99 nations, and of guiding the result through Congress. He is also the Administration's political adviser...

The Talk of the Town Basil by Charles Patrick Crow. Talk story about a man who grows sweet basil in a garden box in his office in midtown Manhattan. The man talks about the properties of basil, quoting "The Rodale Herb Book," and mentioning English herbalist Nicholas Culpeper and gives a recipe for pesto, which he makes with sweet basil...

The Air (On Television) by Michael J. Arlen.

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

Fiction Family Matters by Morris Lurie. The narrator's family is urging him to make peace with his sister. 20 years ago, after the narrator's parents died, his older sister and her crude Lithuanian husband moved into the family house, supposedly to take care of the narrator, who was 22, and his younger brother. During the year...

The Talk of the Town Flicka by Suzannah Lessard. Talk story about opera singer Frederica ("Flicka") von Stade. The writer knew Flicka as a child; they attended convent school together. She talks about Flicka as a child and the power of her singing voice then. It came as no surprise to the writer to hear that, in 1973, Flicka...

Poetry Dreaming the Garden by Ann Stanford. It must first of all be fun. moves toward the folly...

Poetry God's Measurements by Laurence Lieberman. Todaiji Temple, Nara) The statue weighs 452 tons, measures 53.5 ft. in...

Poetry The Picture Says by David Young. That we all die, sometimes...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 7, 1979 - Cover by J. J. Sempe

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