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New Yorker Magazine - June 26, 1978 - Cover by Paul Degen
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - June 26, 1978 - Cover by Paul Degen
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 26, 1978 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: Paul Degen
Publication Date: June 26, 1978
Page Count: 104 pages
In this issue:

U. S. Journal A REAL NICE CLAMBAKE by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: NEW ENGLAND about clambakes at the Squantum club in Providence, Rhode Island, and at Francis Farm in Rehoboth, Mass. Tells about shortage of clams around Narragansett Bay and efforts by a group at the University of Rhode Island to interest people in "underutilized species" of fish. Defines difference...

The Talk of the Town Alicia Alonso by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Alicia Alonso, the founder and director of the Ballet Nacional de Cuba, and, at 56, a dancer and choreographer. She is currently appearing with her company at the Metropolitan Opera. Describes how she warms up each day and the warming-up and rehearsal of her company. They...

Fiction Girl by Jamaica Kincaid. Writer lists all the things she heard most often growing up female in the West Indies. She listened to how to perform domestic jobs--washing, ironing, sewing, sweeping, setting the table, preparing medicine. She was told to walk like a lady instead of like the slut she seemed bent on...

Fiction The Idea of Hawk by James McConkey. The writer tells about his father, a man who was continually giving up good jobs for freedom and mobility He was planning a new career in his seventies when he died of cancer in Cleveland. The writer's father had deserted his family during the Depression, and only during his father's...

Books by Jeremy Bernstein.

Comment by Donald Barthelme. A friend writes: "I have just received an astonishing communication from the magazine "Writer's Digest" and feel impelled to share it with you, so that we may wonder at it together... The magazine, addressing me by name, disclosed that it was planning, for early publication, a cover story 'on the...

A Reporter at Large Suspension Calendar by Elizabeth Drew. REPORTER AT LARGE about the defects of the suspension calendar, a procedure in the House of Representatives which gets bills considered for passage very swiftly. The normal rules of legislating are suspended, debate is limited to 20 minutes for each party, amendments from the floor are prohibited, and a bill...

The Theatre IN PRAISE OF LEMMON by Brendan Gill.

Fiction Around the Quad and over Folly Bridge by G. Bruce Boyer. Parody of books about life at Oxford University during the twenties, such as Martin Green's "Children of the Sun." An excerpt from "Salad Days and Cole Slaw Nights: The Memoirs of Ambrose Matthews" (742 pages, $2.95) covers the author's first year at New College. He and his friends spend most...

In the South Bronx Reunion by Mark Singer. Talk story about the 20th reunion of former members of the Club Esquire in the South Bronx. Murray Levine and his friend George Steinhart organized the first reunion in 1959, when 7 people attended. Subsequently the eligibility list expanded so that now anyone who grew up near 149th St. &...

Letter from Riyadh by Joseph Kraft. Saudi Arabia is entering a new period of economic and political caution. Describes the country's economic growth and the problems of manpower, inflation, and housing that first accompanied it. They are still in a solid boom. The Saudis expanded diplomatic influence trying to mediate in the Middle East and to...

Jazz by Whitney Balliett.

The Talk of the Town Green by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about gardens on vacant city lots in the city. Tells about Operation Green Thumb, a new city program whose aim is to rent 10,000 vacant city lots to New York gardeners, at a dollar per year per lot. More lots are expected to be available next year. The...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. The Bowling Green Handicap was won by Tiller, owned by William Haggin Perry...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Profiles THE RING'S THE THING by Winthrop Sargeant. PROFILE of Glynn Ross, director of the Seattle Opera. Tells about the short life of the Cosmopolitan Opera in San Francisco that was backed by the wealthy, superstitious Scot named Campbell McGregor...

The Current Cinema THE SECOND WAVE by Penelope Gilliatt.

Poetry The Obscure Pleasure of the Indistinct by Bin Ramke. Under light soft as seawater, sounds...

Poetry Living Time by Brian Swann. In a rush against time I press my back...

Poetry The Crotch Island Quarry, Maine by John C. Witte. Deer Isle Pink, for seventy years, like roses...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 26, 1978 - Cover by Paul Degen


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