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New Yorker Magazine - December 22, 1975 - Cover by R. O. Blechman
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - December 22, 1975 - Cover by R. O. Blechman
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 22, 1975 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: R. O. Blechman
Publication Date: December 22, 1975
Page Count: 96 pages
In this issue:

Comment by William Shawn. Obituary of Hannah Arendt, who died at the age of sixty-nine. (Dec. 4...

The Current Cinema Killing Yourself with Kindess by Pauline Kael. Review of "The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother", directed by and starring Gene Wilder...

Books The Endemic Disease by Naomi Bliven.

A Reporter at Large AN APPEARANCE ON THE SEA by Alastair Reid. REPORTER AT LARGE about herring fishing off Scotland's North Sea coast. The herring industy's center is at Mallaig, a small fishing port in Inverness-shire, on a protuberance of land between Loch Morar, to the south, and Loch Nevis, to the north. Tells about writer's trip to Mallaig. The town...

Fiction The Inquiring Demographer by Calvin Trillin. This Week's Question: How Has New York's Financial Emergency Affected You? Illustrated story. The above question is answered by: Martin W. Higgins, City Planner, Indianapolis, who says that if New York does fold up in the end, Indianapolis will get the United Nations. Manhattan Max Gold, Proprietor of Max's Super...

The Talk of the Town Detour by Victor Chen. Talk story about Calgary, in the province of Alberta, in Canada. The city, now a booming oil town, is celebrating its centennial this year. Writer tells about a Sunday "dim sum" brunch at the W.K. restaurant in Calgary's Chinatown. Tells about the Chinese in Canada. Writer spoke with Chun-man...

Annals of Medicine TWO BLUE HANDS by Berton Roueche. ANNALS OF MEDICINE about Dean M. Berger, a paint chemist, who is associated professionally with Gilbert Associates, Inc., a firm of engineering consultants, in Reading, Pennsylvania. He had just turned 52, when, on the night of January 10, 1974, he was playing bridge with his daughter Cheryl. He was very...

Musical Events Strange Encounter by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Reduced by Lillian Ross. Talk story about the First Annual Library Microform Conference held at the Biltmore Hotel. The writer examined exhibits of the Princeton Microfilm Corporation of New Jersey, the Inter Documentation Company AG of Switzerland, and Research Publications, Inc. Tells about some of the microfiche readers and describes the advantages to librarians...

Letter from Peking by Robert Shaplen. Tells about Peking today and Pres. Ford&Sec. of State Kissinger's 4-day visit there. The trip brought no significant results. The atmosphere was subdued. Vice-Premier Teng Hsiao p'ing, chief Chinese spokesman, proclaimed at the opening banquet that the U.S. should not trust Russia. Though Mao is ill...

Fiction In The First Place by Penelope Mortimer. Writer reminisces about the places she lived in as a child in England. She was a clergyman's daughter who spent her first eight years in The Vicarage, Chilton, near Thame, Oxfordshire. Her older brother does not figure much in her memories as he was sent to boarding school when she...

The Theatre COUNTRY PLEASURES by Brendan Gill.

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Jews in Art by Harold Rosenberg.

The Talk of the Town Unfinished Business by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about an excursion with the old curmudgeon to the new open-air observation platform 12 feet above the roof of the more southern of the two World Trade Center towers and 1377 feet above sea level. The platform opened to the public on Monday of this week- at...

Poetry Sun And Moon Flowers: Paul Klee, 1879-1940 by Norman Dubie. First, there is the memory of the dead priest in Norway...

Poetry Let It Begin by Philip Levine. Snow before dawn, the trees asleep...

Poetry Mining in Killdeer Alley by Dabney Stuart. One a penny, two a penny, they settled in the driveway like...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 22, 1975 - Cover by R. O. Blechman

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