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New Yorker Magazine - November 21, 1977 - Cover by Andre Francois
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 21, 1977 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: Andre Francois
Publication Date: November 21, 1977
Page Count: 236 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema SHOULDN'T "OLD ACQUAINTANCE" BE FORGOT? by Pauline Kael.

Around City Hall Long Shots by Andy Logan. Discusses how the New York newspapers-the "New York Post," the "New York Daily News," and the "New York Times," influenced the mayoral campaign in their editorials and in their coverage. Gives many examples. Discusses the early stages of the campaign-when Edward Koch, the new mayor, was virtually unknown...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Our Far-Flung Correspondents TO MARKET, TO MARKET by Calvin Trillin. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about Jeffrey Jowell, an English law professor, at the University of London, who also raises chickens. He and the writer visited the Barnstaple farmer's market in Somerset, in the West Country of England...

Comment by James Stevenson. Waking up in an apartment on the upper West Side on a November morning, with the day invisible but damp, feeling yesterday recede and wondering about today... we raise the yellowed window shade. It rattles upward, and reveals back yards and puddles, bare trees. ...Against the backdrop of a brown...

The Race Track An Up-and-Comer by G. F. T. Ryall. Jule Fink, a professional handicapper, races a modest stable. He brought off a double by winning both divisions of the Knickerbocker Handicap on Election Day - the first with Dance d'Espoir, at $5.40, and the second with Keep the Promise, at $9.60...

A Reporter at Large MEMORIES OF A DAY'S WALK FROM MASSACHUSETTS TO MAINE by Anthony Bailey. A REPORTER AT LARGE about the writer's one day walk along the 18-mile New Hampshire coastline from Massachusetts to Maine. The writer had various reasons for his walk, one of them being, "Because it is there." Writer left his car in Salisbury Beach, the last town in Massachusetts, and...

Fiction The Condemned by Woody Allen. Cloquet stands with revolver in hand looking down at Brisseau in bed asleep. He can't get himself to kill him. When Madame Brisseau comes in, Cloquet leaves his revolver in Brisseau's ear and hides behind the bureau and faints. He wakes up an hour later and decides he can't kill...

Books Give the Word by George Steiner.

The Talk of the Town Birthday Party by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about the first birthday party of the Museum of Broadcasting. Gordon Bunshaft, an architect, attended...

Dancing The Godmother by Arlene Croce.

Reflections Thinking~I by Hannah Arendt. REFLECTIONS about thinking. Writer gives the reasons why she is preoccupied with mental activities: 1) The thoughtlessness of evil as demonstrated by the Nazi Adolf Eichmann at his trial in Jerusalem; 2) What are we doing when we do nothing but think? She says we have rejected the doctrines of...

The Talk of the Town Yabba-Yabba, Doodle-Doodle by Mark Singer. Talk story about an automatic dog washer called Doggie Washer, developed by Antoinette and Clem Blafford of Brooklyn. A patent was issued a couple of weeks ago. Writer visited the Blaffords who told how they came to develop the machine and how it works - on the principle of a washing...

The Talk of the Town Indentations in Space by Calvin Tomkins. Talk story about "Stone Field Sculpture", a work of art, by Carl Andre, the N.Y. sculptor - one of New York's leading Minimal artists. It was installed last August on a public green in Hartford, Conn. at the corner of Gold & Main Streets, downtown. It's a grouping of 36 glacial...

Cartoon Shadows And Reflected Images by Saul Steinberg. Cartoons (6) showing various scenes and their reflections...

The Talk of the Town A Family Game by Lillian Ross. Talk story about the Second Annual Muriel Ressler Memorial Mixed Doubles Tournament, played by the Central Park Tennis Court regulars. Mrs. Ressler had played tennis at the Central Park courts for 30 years When she died in 1975, her former partners decided to hold a memorial tournament...

Musical Events What the Composer Wanted? by Andrew Porter.

Poetry The Transformation of Father by Florence Elon. The transformation of Father began...

Poetry Memory by Robert Dunn. When the door opens...

Poetry Kite and Paint by Mary Robison. Charlie Nunn and his friend Don live in a house in Ocean...

Poetry Night Piece (After Dickens) by Mark Strand. A fine bright moon and thousands of stars...

Poetry Ancient Rites and Mysteries by Norman Williams. In Florence, early, a stooped man moves down the...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 21, 1977 - Cover by Andre Francois


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