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New Yorker Magazine - October 1, 1973 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 1, 1973 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: James Stevenson
Publication Date: October 1, 1973
Page Count: 128 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Visitors To A Castle by Sylvia Townsend Warner. Story about the Welsh Elfin Kingdom at Castell Llwynn Onn, lying beneath Mynnydd Prescelly, the westernmost mountain in Wales. The hospitable Elfin there once entertained an old man who preached that Faith could remove mountains, but that they, being soulless, could not have Faith's rewards. The proud Elves set to...

The Current Cinema After Innocence by Pauline Kael. Review of "The Last American Hero", directed by Lament Johnson...

Fiction Gabby by Joseph Epstein. Writer quotes a passage about Gabby Hayes, a cowboy movie actor, from "Saturday Afternoon at the Bijou", by David Zinman. It states that Hayes was not a real rancher, never rode a horse till he was nearly 50, & thought westerns were boring movies. Capricorn decides to write a biography...

The Talk of the Town by H. Shepperd. Tantalizing sign observed in the window of Bill's Shoe Store, in Dushore, Pennsylvania: HUNTERS ROOM & BOARD ACCOMODATIONS FOR 8 INQUIRE WITHIN DANCE LESSONS INCLUDED...

The Talk of the Town Niche by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about the American Film Theatre andnits founder, Ely Landau. His idea was to make good movies out of good plays by using good directors and good actors. The way they are to be marketed and distributed is new. The plan: each film will be shown only four times...

A Reporter at Large II-THE BRITISH AND HEROIN by Horace Judson. REPORTER AT LARGE about how the British deal with heroin & heroin addiction. Tells about drug addiction clinics at Eng. hospitals, which serve about 100 patients each; some use heroin maintenance, some methadone; ennumerates costs of clinics. Discusses addiction, withdrawal (& withdrawal in prisons)--Brit. doctors have rarely seen bad...

The Race Track Grass Clippers by G. F. T. Ryall. Johnny Campo trains Talking Picture for Elmendorf. She won the Matron Stakes at Belmont earlier in the week...

Profiles THE HUMBLEST FRUIT by Berton Roueche. PROFILE of the banana...

Reflections THE PRESIDENCY AND THE PRESS by Richard Harris. REFLECTIONS about how the Nixon Administration has curbed freedom of the press. It is inevitable that ina democracy anti-democratic forces prefer to work in darkness. A free press is their natural enemy, because sooner or later, it may tell people what is going on. Such things as the multiple...

The Talk of the Town Dying (For Henry at 19) by Anne Hussey. we started to talk about death death...

The Talk of the Town Culture by Victor Chen. Talk story about the Culture Bus Loop - the experimental bus route that the Transit Authority started a few weeks ago. Among the passengers on a ride taken by the writer were Mr. & Mrs. Russell E. Stallings of Houston. They were going to take a wuick look at the city...

The Theatre Enemy Country by Brendan Gill. In a review of "The Waltz of the Toreadors", written by Jean Anouilh when he was in his forties, writer contemplates the subject of age. Henry James hinted at the nature of the dilemma when he spoke of the fact that we are all young to life and that age...

Comment by Richard Harris. No well-ordered republic should ever cancel the crimes of its citizens by their merits; but, having established reward for good actions and penalties for evil ones, and having rewarded a citizen for good conduct who afterwards commits a wrong, it should chastise him for that wrong without regard to...

On and Off the Avenue This & That by Kennedy Fraser.

The Talk of the Town by Joseph Miserendino. Overheard at a lunch counter on West Forty-fourth Street, secretary to secretary: "All I need fundamentally is a basic to wear with the pearls, so I can look like a person...

The Talk of the Town Bliss and a Regular Coffee by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about the Alive Restaurant, on W. 42 St., opposite the Public Library. It is operated by devotees of Guru Maharaj Ji, the 15-year-old "perfect master", who may or may not be God. The food is vegetarian, inexpensive, plentiful and intermittently good. Tells about the Guru, one...

Fiction Port of Call by W. S. Merwin. Finally the day arrives when I watch myself coming back after years abroad. By that time I am living in a little blue house of my own, up on a hill overlooking the harbor. There is a pergola of grape-vines outside the back door that faces east, up the...

Poetry Mother Goose by Jill Hoffman. Cradling her, my will grown loose as skin...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 1, 1973 - Cover by James Stevenson


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