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New Yorker Magazine - August 12, 1972 - Cover by Edward Koren
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - August 12, 1972 - Cover by Edward Koren
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 12, 1972 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: Edward Koren
Publication Date: August 12, 1972
Page Count: 80 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events by Ellen Willis. ROCK, ETC. about the N.Y. concerts of the Rolling Stones. Alex Bennett, who was fired by radio station WMCA, denounced the Stones as decadent, assembly-line performers who were in it only for the money...

Fiction Sleep Tight, Your Honor by S. J. Perelman. Humourous story about the English court system. Because the British law allows only the sale of vegetables on Sunday, some merchants opened shops where they sell vegetables on the understanding that the customer would receive an equivalent amount of furniture, which he can select, as a free gift. The narrator...

THE CURRENT CINEMA by Penelope Gilliatt. Directed the Swiss film, "La Salamandre," co-written by Tanner & John Berger...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. In recent years the national debate over the war and over foreign policy in general has been framed frequently as a clash between idealism & realism. Political commentators are already framing the coming election in these terms with Pres. Nixon being seen as the realist & Sen. McGovern as the...

Letter from Hanoi by Joseph Kraft. After almost 4 months of bombing hardly anybody in Hanoi bothers to look up at the pilotless reconnaissance plane that flies in almost daily to photograph the city. Tells about the air raids & the alarm system, & the extent of the damage that was evident to writer. Tells about...

The Talk of the Town Judges al Fresco by Bernard Taper. Talk story about a seminar held at New York University's School of Law every year for two weeks for appeals-court justices. Mentioned as present. He is on the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico...

The Talk of the Town Aaaah! by Anthony Hiss. Talk story (illus.) about Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsing, the two little giant pandas the Chinese gave the U.S. in February. Originally from the bamboo forests of Szechwan, China, the two pandas now live in the National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C. Tells about their daily activities and the food...

Jazz MORE INGREDIENTS by Whitney Balliett. PROFILE of Bobby Hackett, 57-year-old jazz musician who is possibly the most respected trumpet player in the business. Hackett is a maze of paradoxes. In the last year he has taken jobs where he could find them, such as with a tuba-and-banjo band. He has been...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. OTB is doing as much business as when Aqueduct was running. Last Saturday, the shops around town took in $1,001,442...

Fiction The Weather Within by M. F. K. Fisher. A mother and her two young daughters sailed on a passenger freighter from San Francisco to Antwerp. There are several old ladies on the ship; the girls made friends with two of them. The mother became acquainted with two other ladies, Mrs. Marshall and her sister Miss Pettigrew. Mrs. Marshall...

The Talk of the Town by Stephen Conn. Dog-Days dialogue overheard at a Third Avenue sidewalk cafe: CUSTOMER: How is your Beef Burgundy? WAITRESS: There have neen no complaints. CUSTOMER: Then I'll have it. WAITRESS: Very good. And what was your order...

Poetry Leaving the Coal Cellar by John Peck. The wind lisps from its belly...

Poetry Running on the Shore by May Swenson. The sun is hot, the ocean cool. The waves...

Poetry Ode On Insomnia by J. D. Reed. The woman rises...

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New Yorker Magazine - August 12, 1972 - Cover by Edward Koren


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