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New Yorker Magazine - March 27, 1971 - Cover by Saul Steinberg
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New Yorker Magazine - March 27, 1971 - Cover by Saul Steinberg
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 27, 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: Saul Steinberg
Publication Date: March 27, 1971
Page Count: 132 pages
In this issue:

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Last week the House vote against the supersonic transport was immensely damaging to the prestige of the Administration, which found almost 50% of Republican congressmen declining to support it on an issue that may not have been an inherently partisan one but that the White House approached in a thoroughly...

The Talk of the Town Lhude Sing... by Shelagh Doyle. A young friend who rides the subways tells us she knew in her bones that spring had come when she saw, scribbled in the Seventy-second Street station of the I.R.T., the other day, the words "Amelia Rodrigues defies all comparison...

The Talk of the Town Censor by B. Milkman. A ten-year-old staffer on a school newspaper in Maryland brought home the following note the other day: The reason for the blank spots on our newspaper is because Mrs. Mills has gone over the paper and omitted all violence. This will not happen again! YOUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF...

Letter from Paris by Janet Flanner. The latest Fellini film has just opened in Paris in its original Italian and also in a translated French version. It is a movie on clowns, generically, that was ordered by the Italian Radio-Television System. It is a sort of documentary with live young clowns playing the role of...

The Talk of the Town Censor by B. Milkman. A ten-year-old staffer on a school newspaper in Maryland brought home the following note the other day: The reason for the blank spots on our newspaper is because Mrs. Mills has gone over the paper and omitted all violence. This will not happen again! YOUR EDITOR-IN-CHIEF...

Fiction Juan Murana by Jorge Luis Borges. Trapani tells the story of his aunt who was married to Juan Murana, an infamous knife fighter in Argentina, After Murana's death his family (the wife, the young Trapani & his mother) is threatened with eviction from their home. His wife who has become deranged, seeing the knife as a...

The Current Cinema The Poetry of Images by Pauline Kael. Review of this young director's film "The Conformist" & critique of his other work as well...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Letter from the East by E. B. White. There is a controversy going on in the Maine town where the writer lives because a company called Maine Clean Fuels wants to build an oil refinery on Sears Island at the head of Penobscot Bay in Maine, brining in barges and 200,000 ton tankers. Battle lines have been drawn...

The Sporting Scene ORR COUNTRY by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about ice-hockey player, Bobby Orr, the extraordinary defenseman for the Boston Bruons of the N.H.L. He is 23; has scored more point than any other defenseman in the game and was voted the N.H.L.'s Most Valuable Player. He is one of the highest-paid men...

Comment by Richard H. Rovere. No principle is worth the sacrifice of a single human life", Father Daniel Berrigan said in a tape-recorded message made 3 days before his arrest and incarceration last summer. The message was addressed to the Weathermen, and the intent was to dissuade them from violence. But much as one...

The Talk of the Town Old Muldoon by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about writer's visit on St. Patrick's Day with his firned, Old Muldoon. Muldoon usually visits many bars on St. Patrick's Day, but this year he stayed hom with his Italian wife, Angie, and his in-laws and ate pasta and sang "Rigoletto...

The Talk of the Town Non-verbal by William Shawn. Talk story about the play, "Deafman Glance," and interview with its writer/director, Robert M. Wilson. Wilson grew up in Waco, Texas and attended the School of Business Administration at the University of Texas. While there he began working with brain-damaged children to help them physically. His work revolves...

The Talk of the Town University Cheesecake by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about Emilio Brasesco, manager of the cafeteria at the Graduate Center of the City University on West Forty-second Street. Writer spoke with Mr. Brasesco's boss, Hank Mazzucca, one of the owners of the Teheran. Mr. Mazzucca said last Oct. Dean Marilyn Mikulsky, the lady who designed the...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

Profiles ENCOUNTERS WITH THE ARCHDRUID II-AN ISLAND by John McPhee. PROFILE of David Brower, conservationist, & Charles E. Fraser, developer. Writer accompanies the two on a tour of Cumberland Island, Ga., where Fraser had planned to build a resort city like his Sea Pines Plantation, on Hilton Head Island, S.C. Describes Sea Pines & tells Fraser's idea of conservation, and...

U. S. Journal VICTORIA DELEE-IN HER OWN WORDS by Calvin Trillin. U..S. JOURNAL: DORCHESTER COUNTY, S.C. Victoria DeLee, Negro civil rights activist & future congressional candidate of Dorchester's United Citizens Party, describes her life in Dorchester & fight for her rights & those of all blacks in her community. Despite shooting at, beatings & harassing of her children & others...

The Talk of the Town by H. G. Warner. Dialogue overheard in a Fifth Ave. music store, between a lady customer and a very young salesman: Lady: Do you have a good recording of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" Salesman: What republic...

The Talk of the Town Beam by Lillian Ross. Talk story about first public demonstration of the lasermatic cutter-a completely mechanized cloth cutter which economically & accurately cuts individual articles of different patterns consecutively at the rate of 30 inches of cloth per second. It eliminates a manufacturer's need to either carry large inventories or accumulate many duplicate...

Poetry Networks by George Amabile. Traffic jerks through a system...

Poetry A Secret Gratitude by James Wright. She cleaned house, and then lay down long...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 27, 1971 - Cover by Saul Steinberg


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