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New Yorker Magazine - January 6, 1973 - Cover by Albert Hubbell
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 6, 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: Albert Hubbell
Publication Date: January 6, 1973
Page Count: 76 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Jonathan Schell. War may seem like an odd place to look for scruples, since wars apparently represent the breakdown of all scruple; yet the history of war holds as many restraints as the history of peace. Many seem odd. For instance in our century we have felt more comfortable using bombs than...

Profiles ALL POCKETS OPEN by Calvin Tomkins. PROFILE of Jonas Mekas, champion of the underground cinema, filmmaker, & writer. A Lithuanian of 50, he is also noted for his "Film Culture" journal, his weekly "Movie Journal" column in the "Village Voice", & for his poetry, (4 volumes) in Lithuanian. He & his brother Adolfas came to the...

Fiction The Wind-Chill Factor Or, A Problem Of Mind And Matter by M. F. K. Fisher. Mrs. Thayer was staying alone in her friend's cottage on the wild dunes of Long Island. There was a storm outside that had been going on for four days. By the fourth day she had become used to it. She was pleased with herself when she was able to tell...

Musical Events Network Message by Andrew Porter.

Comment by James Stevenson. Listening to the news on the radio just before Christ mas, we heard that the U.S. would "observe the traditional two-day halt in the bombing.". A Washington "Post" headline referred to it as a "Yule halt." Since nearly all of this country's Christmas traditions - such as Santa Claus, peace...

The Current Cinema FLESH by Pauline Kael. Lengthy review of Bergman's film "Cries and Whispers...

Books The Second Lady Chatterley by L. E. Sissman.

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL about the Fundamentalist campaign against Darwinism in the California schools...

Fiction The Jump by Arturo Vivante. A man, 48-years-old and of Italian origin, sits in his living room, thinking about his life. He is a painter and when his work goes badly, he takes it out on his family. He cannot get along with his daughter. He feels he has never had a full...

The Talk of the Town The Touch by Whitney Balliett. Talk story about jazz pianist Ellis Larkins & visit to a recording studio on W. 48th St. to watch him finish up a recording. He was making the recordings (7 largely solo L.P.s) under the supervision of the producer Ernest Anderson. Tells what went on at the session and who...

The Talk of the Town Turn-Offs by Victor Chen. Talk story about the trauma of receiving a turn-off service notice from Con Edison and the mix-ups often involved Con Edison has made it a practice to send out notices at times informing the customer that his electricity will be turned off in five days unless the total...

Comment by Richard H. Rovere. Harry Truman (who died Dec. 27, 1972) was by no means universally admired by the American electorate, but he was among the few Presidents who have provoked no deep animosities... Those who were antagonistic to Truman's policies-for example, Richard M. Nixon-were openly admiring of him as a man...

The Talk of the Town Those Golden Arches by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about a visit to McDonald's new East side restaurant, on 2nd Ave. & 70th St. Floyd Corsey is the manager. Writer asked him about the usual McDonald's sign telling how many hamburgers they've sold. He said by now they'd sold nine or ten billion but there wasn't any...

Around City Hall Travels by Andy Logan. Mayor Lindsay returned from a 19-day trip to Tokyo for a mayor's conference and a visit to Israel. Tells about these trips. Describes how he plunged into work & official duties as soon as he returned. Before he left there had been opposition to an order by the Fire...

Poetry Night Patrol by Josephine Jacobsen. The wolf's cousin...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 6, 1973 - Cover by Albert Hubbell


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