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New Yorker Magazine - July 28, 1975 - Cover by William Steig
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - July 28, 1975 - Cover by William Steig
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 28, 1975 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: William Steig
Publication Date: July 28, 1975
Page Count: 80 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Passions by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Three Jewish tales about Polish villagers, showing that "when a man persists he can do things which one might think can never be done." The first story is about a village peddler, Leib Belkes. He was a common man but pious and his great wish was to go to the...

The Current Cinema THOUGHTS ON BEING A CHILD AT THE MOVIES by Penelope Gilliatt.

The Race Track Forego Goes On by G. F. T. Ryall. He is the trainer of Diabolo. He tried to find something to put in Diabolo's stall to keep him quiet when he has a touch of nerves. He finally hit upon a volleyball, which he hung up near the colt's feed pan, like a punching bag. Now, when the spirit...

Jazz New York Notes by Whitney Balliett.

Profiles LA. NATURE DES CHOSES by Joseph Wechsberg. PROFILE of French chef, Michel Guerard, noted for his novel approach to cooking which he calls la cuisine minceur. He plans to open a restaurant in Eugenie-les-Bains, near Pau. --2 hrs. from Paris by plane. Besides serving minceur dishes and classic French cooking, Guerard wants to recreate the...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Discussion of U.S. involvement in Korea, past and present & connections between the Korean War & Vietnam War. Recently there had been talk of war between S. & N. Korea, but Sec. of Def. James Schlesinger says that possibilities of war have receded. Nevertheless, if there were an attempt at...

Fiction The Geologist's Maid by Anne Tyler. Dr. Bennett Johnson, a geology professor, has been recuperating for six weeks from a massive heart attack. He is dependent on his Negro maid Maroon, who comes each day to take care of his house and prepare and serve him meals. Bennett is an angry invalid. He grows to hate...

The Talk of the Town Aboard the Presidents by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the writer and the old curmudgeon attending a Bastille outing on the yacht "The Presidents". Gives history of the yacht which belonged to several Presidents of the U.S. Originally the vessel belonged to Sewell Avery, chairman of Montgomery Ward, the man who was carried out of his...

The Talk of the Town Nights at the End by L. K. Truscott. Talk story about Ramblin' Jack Elliott, who played at the Other End for 3 nights recently, and about Bob Dylan, who showed up on the 2nd & 3rd nights. The Other End, a folk-rock club on Bleecker St., was known for years as the Bitter End. It's been only...

The Sporting Scene WEST OF CHICAGO AND NORTH OF MECCA by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the 1975 U.S. Open, held at the Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Ill., and marking the first time the Open had been held in the Chicago area since 1949 (also at Medinah). Tells why it has been so long & how the Open came to return...

Comment by Ved Mehta. Writer received another letter from New Delhi, this time from a disgruntled official well placed in Indira Gandhi's govt. He said that just the other day, Lewis M. Simmons, of the Washington "Post" was thrown out of the country for writing about the attitude of the Indian military...

Dancing Separate Worlds by Arlene Croce.

Books The Beholder's Eye by George Steiner.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Of all the words to become fashionable in the global economic difficulty that has followed the Arab oil embargo in the fall of '73, probably none has achieved a more stunning success than "interdependence". Just about everyone is a strong advocate of what it stands for. Often interdependence is mentioned...

The Talk of the Town Mott Street in July by Wallace White. Talk story about how much Mott Street has changed in fifty years. Writer quotesfrom the lyrics Lorenz Hart wrote to Richard Rodgers' music for the song "Manhattan" in 1925. Then the borough had 1,945,029 inhabitants- or 504,829 more than now. Writers mention other differences. Writer walked from Mott St.'s...

Poetry Zero by Tess Gallagher. Stupid tranquillity, to be most sure...

Poetry Five Lies About the Moon by Richard Shelton. She is a bald-headed woman. When someone...

Poetry Goya by Ira Sandoff. It is night so you can shoot me...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 28, 1975 - Cover by William Steig


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