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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 23, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: September 23, 1972
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Theatrics by Victor Chen. Talk story about the play "Lysistrata", by Aristophanes, directed and adapted by Michael Cacoyannis, with music by Peter Link and starring Melina Mecouri, which will have its premiere at the Brooks Atkinson on Oct. 24th. Previews begin Oct. 12. Writer attended a rehearsal-cum-press conference at a rehearsal studid...

Comment by William Shawn. A Harris poll published last week showed that 55% of the American people are in favor of our bombing Vietnam. 32% are against it. The rest do not know. It appears the majority of the people believe it is right, or necessary, to go on killing the N. &S...

The Sporting Scene MUST THE SHOW GO ON? by E. J. Kahn. THE SPORTING SCENE about the conclusion of the Olympic Games. They ended on Sept. 11. Gives statistics on the winning of medals, tells about some of the disputes, opinions, and possible reform of the Games for the future...

Our Footloose Correspondents COLD LIGHT by Eugene Kinkead. OUR SCIENCE CORRESPONDENTS about bioluminescence, the emission of light by living things. This cold radiance is produced by 2 large groups of plants--bacteria & fungi--& by almost half of the major divisions of the animal kingdom--including insects, fish, shellfish & crustaceans, micro-organisms. Tells about the research...

A Reporter at Large II-THE TREE WHERE MAN WAS BORN by Peter Matthiessen. REPORTER AT LARGE about the wildlife of the Serengeti in East Africa. Tells about the problems of poaching, for food & profit. To contain the natural wanderings of its herds the 5100-sq. mile park would have to be doubled in size. Set aside in 1940 as a game reserve...

Musical Events by Whitney Balliett.

The Current Cinema by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of surrealist short by French director Jean Vigo, called "Taris" and his longer "A Propos de Nice...

Windy Point by Robert Grant Burns. In the bloodless dawn...

Fiction Hail, Hail, The Ganglia's All Here by S. J. Perelman. Rupert Novotny, chief of New York's detectives makes it a habit, when in London, to meet with 3 of his colleagues when they are also in the area. Novotny and the 3, Hesseltine of Scotland Yard, Armand Dulac of the Surete, & Colonel Bialy of the Turkish police, gather at...

Books by Robert Coles.

Fiction The Pornography of Violence by Harry L. Mountzoures. Arthur Darrow, a high school teacher, wakes up one morning at 9:15. He thinks he is late for school but then he realizes it is Saturday. He tries to caress his wife Jenny in the kitchen but she tells him to stop. She is not very passionate. Arthur thinks about...

The Talk of the Town Bodega by Susan Sheehan. Talk story about the Spanish-American Grocery Store, a bodega, at 231 Eldridge Street, between Stanton and Houston, in a formerly Jewish but now predominantly Puerto Rican neighborhood on the lower East Side. It is owned by Juan Cruz, a 53-year-old former sugarcane cutter, who came to the...

Fiction Literary License by John Bailey. Writer has an appointment to meet Montressor in a restaurant. He is an automobile license plate writer. Although he also dabbles in poetry, he finds writing license plates more stimulating. Among the plates he wrote were "Land of Lincoln" for Illinois, "Great Lake State" for Michigan, and "The First State...

Poetry The Coat by Peter Everwine. After so many years...

Poetry Omen by Jon Swan. You will not even notice our departure...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon


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