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New Yorker Magazine - April 29, 1972 - Cover by Abe Birnbaum
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 29, 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: Abe Birnbaum
Publication Date: April 29, 1972
Page Count: 144 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of the film "Loot" taken from a work by Joe Orton, a young English playwright, murdered by his lover in 1967. (The screenplay is by Ray Galton & Alan Simpson). Writer comments on Orton's work...

Questionnaire Multiversity by William A. Gray. An academic friend reports that the other day he received an extensive questionnaire from the Continuing Education Services of the University of Connecticut, with a business-reply envelope in which to enclose the completed questionnaire. The envelope was addressed to The University of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut 06268 Attention 6012-5905-000-U...

Fiction As May Be by Ted Walker. In England, Tom Grainger returns to Worcestershire for a family reunion at Easter time. All the Graingers will meet later at the Rose and Crown. He visits Myrtle Cottage where his grandfather and his three brothers were born. Tells about his visit with his great-aunt now living there with...

Letter from Washington LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. by Richard H. Rovere. Though outnumbered by their adversaries, Communist forces are on the offensive in Indo-China. While we are providing the Saigon govt. with air cover, naval support, & 7 times as much modern ordnance as the Hanoi govt. is getting from the Soviet Union, the military outlook for our clients appears...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Tells how the superfecta works and about 3 persons who won it at Yonkers Raceway last week...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

Our Footloose Correspondents by Carol Jarcho. Sign observed by an alert correspondent in a storefront on lower Lexington Avenue: Ms. OLGA Palm Reading...

Profiles II-DADDYJI by Ved Mehta. PROFILE of the writer's father, an E. Indian doctor, Amolak Ram Mehta, called Daddyji. In 1923 he went to America for postgraduate work in medicine on a Rockefeller Foundation grant. He worked at Richmond, Va. learning malaria control & also in Sardinia where the Foundation was helping the Italian govt...

The Sporting Scene THE SPORTING SCENE MAINLY ABOUT JONES by Herbert Warren Wind. The 1972 Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club was won by Jack Nicklaus. The tournament is bound up with Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. - Bobby to sports historians, Bob to his friends, who died last Dec. 18 at age 69. After he retired from competition in 1930, he helped found...

The Talk of the Town Words Falling Together by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Paul Simon, poet, singer, and guitarist. His last record, with his partner Art Garfunkel, called "Bridge Over Troubled Water," sold over eight million copies, making he and Garfunkel millionaires...

The Talk of the Town Industrial Archeologists by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Talk story about a walking-subway tour of industrial-archeological sites in lower Manhattan & Hoboken, on the second day of the first annual conference of the Society for Industrial Archeology. The tourists met on a Sunday morning at Cooper Union, & set out under the guidance of Mrs. Margot...

The Theatre OUT OF AFRICA by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment on our escalation of the air war in Vietnam. Preceding each of our periods of escalation the govt. decided to see the hand of one or more large enemy powers behind the Vietnamese Communists. Following our perception of the Sino-Soviet split, the enemy was narrowed down to the...

Fiction Photographs by Henry Bromell. The island was slowly civilized, first by Indians, and then by white men who built mansions among the trees. Elizabeth Duy married Quentin Richardson. Samuel, their only son, explored the island.. There were 2 hurricanes, the first in 1938, when Samuel was in high school, & the second in 1944...

The Talk of the Town Medallion by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Talk story about the Handel Medallion, the city's highest cultural award. It was recently bestowed by Mayor Lindsay upon Charlie Chaplin. It is awarded by the city through the Mayor's Dept. of Public Events. Writer went to that office, where he was received by Robert J. Malito, the Dept.'s...

The Talk of the Town by Philip Hamburger. Overheard at the Metropolitan Opera House, dowager to dowager: "I know you from somewhere. Where do I know you from?" "You know me from sitting next to me...

Poetry Acre by Daryl Hine. The Cyclopean walls are tumbledown...

Poetry The Hermit Wakes to Bird Sounds by Maxine Kumin. He startles awake. He eyes are full of white light...

Poetry At The Confluence Of The Colorade And The Little Colorado by William Meredith. Where the two rivers come together - one cold...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 29, 1972 - Cover by Abe Birnbaum


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