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New Yorker Magazine - May 8, 1971 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 8, 1971 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 8, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: May 8, 1971
Page Count: 144 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events High Spot by Winthrop Sargeant. Lengthy discussion of Jacques Chailley's new book, "The Magic Flute: Masonic Opera," trans. by Herbert Weinstock (Knopf). Mozart was a Mason; Schikaneder, the librettist had been a Mason, & Baron Ignaz von Born, a close friend of Mozart's & played a key role in putting the opera together, was a...

On and Off the Avenue Feminine Fashion by Kennedy Fraser. Long discussion of fashion photography & how it has recently changed. The pages of fashion magazines now contain few formal portraits of calm, solitary, & unattainable elegance; instead, they are crammed with lively snaps of gregarious, gymnastic clowns. Both approaches are based on artifice, but the second is also a...

The Talk of the Town The Happy Mayor by Niccolo Tucci. Talk interview with Mayor Luciano Bausi, of Florence, Italy, who was visiting the US on a 2-week tour. He is highly concerned with the problems of ecology. When he campaigned for Mayor he rode on a bicycle to his speaking engagements, & his speeches denounced air pollution & automotive...

Dept. of Amplification by Edward Kosner. DEPT. OF AMPLIFICATION by the National Affairs Editor of "Newsweek" about Edward Jay Epstein's Feb. 13th piece on the police and the Black Panthers. He says that Mr. Epstein quoted from "Newsweek", but left out a couple of sentences of a paragraph which indicated that "Newsweek" was not taken in...

Irish Sketches A Hundred Thousand at a Glance by John McCarten. Writer tells of a visit to Prospect House in Waterford, owned by Mrs. Lionel Richardson, widow of a man whose daffodils are world famous. When he died 10 years ago, he had won 62 gold medals at the Royal Horticultural Society shows. Since his death, Mrs. Richardson, who for 30...

Comment by Richard H. Rovere. Comment about the incompetence of the F.B.I. Are you apprehensive? Jumpy? Think you're being followed or spied upon? Of course you are. There is a bulgy F.B.I. file on you. But don't worry--no matter how indiscreet your past, or how radical, or how felonious, they will never get you...

Onward and Upward with the Arts JOHN IS EASY TO PLEASE by Ved Mehta. ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS about Noam Chomsky's theory of transformational grammar & criticism of the theory by other linguists. Writer interviewed Roman Jakobson, an authority on phonology & morphology and teacher at M.I.T., who was a co-founder of the Prague Circle, an informal intellectual group which became...

The Sporting Scene AUGUSTA by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the Masters tournament, in Augusta, Ga. It was won by dark horse, Charles Coody, who beat favored Jack Nicklaus & young Johnny Miller by 2 strokes. Writer compares the Masters of 20 years ago with the present. What has most changed for him is the means...

The Race Track Derby Surprise by G. F. T. Ryall. Johnny Campo, who trains Jim French, said on television before the Kentucky Derby that the field was too large for this Derby to be truly run...

Fiction Oberfest by James Stevenson. A quotation from "A Traveller in Europe", by G. Brown, F.B.S. with Numerous Wood Engravings by the Best Artists, 1871, begins:"... Through scenery of surpassing loveliness, we descend into the tranquil valley, and make our way to the ancient, fortified town of Oberfest. The origin of the old town is...

The Talk of the Town Boon by Rex Lardner. Talk story about The Left Hand, a small store that sells objects for left-handers. The shop owner offered a customer Ravel's Concerto in D. Major for the Left Hand. She said this composer was one of her heroes...

Fiction The Old Halvorson Place by Larry Woiwode. The Neumiller family moved into the old Halvorson house in Hyatt, N.D. after the Russells, a family of fourteen, moved out. Though several families had lived in the house between the Halvorsons & the Russells, the attic was still crammed with valuables belonging to the Halvorsons. Their name was everywhere...

The Talk of the Town by John Vorhies. Observed in the Dallas telephone book, listed under ARMY DEPT OF: Military Police AWOL Apprehensive Section...

Fiction Oxford Visit by Barbara Vroom. Three months after the writer arrived in London, where she was to work for a year in a publishing firm, she received an invitation from Misses Edith and Claudia Gardener, a pair of octogenarian sisters, to visit them at Northwood, their home in Oxford. Both were retired dons, musicians, and...

The Talk of the Town Looking Back by Jervis Anderson. Talk interview with Ernest Green, one of the 9 black students who first intergrated all-white Central High School, in Little, Rock, Ark., in 1957. He is now national director of the Joint Apprenticeship Program, which recruits & trains young blacks & Puerto Ricans to break into the once totally...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. During the afternoon of the demonstrations against the war which took place on Apr. 24th in Washington commentators were giving wildly fluctuating estimates of the number of demonstrators, ranging from 150,000 to 3/4 of a million. The truth is no one knows how many people were demonstrating. We went to...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

The Current Cinema Godard Proceeding by Penelope Gilliatt. Lengthy review of his film "La Collectionneuse...

Long Island Railroad - anec by Berton Roueche. Overheard on the Long Island Railroad the other morning, a woman's voice from two or three seats back: "I know, I know. But I do wish he would do something about his hair. It always looks as if he had slept in it...

Poetry Academic Graffiti by W. H. Auden. Charles Dickens...

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