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New Yorker Magazine - April 18, 1977 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 18, 1977 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: Pierre Le-Tan
Publication Date: April 18, 1977
Page Count: 160 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track It's Cormorant Again by G. F. T. Ryall. At Santa Anita Properantes won the San Juan Capistrano Handicap over the Camino Real turf course. The Kentucky-bred runner races under Mrs. Jacqueline Getty's colors...

Musical Events Scenes of Bohemian Life by Andrew Porter.

Letter from Malaysia by Robert Shaplen. Malaysia is a prosperous nation with a tremendous wealth of natural resources, yet 40% of the population has a total monthly household income of less than ten U.S. dollars. Kuala Lumpur, the capital, has become in the past 15 years a modern city, although about a third of the city's...

The Talk of the Town Auto Expo by Ian Frazier. Talk story about the International AutoShow, at the Coliseum, an exhibit of foreign economy cars, foreign sports cars, and special, experimentally designed cars At the show, a movie was being shot of an outo show. The movie, "The Goodbye Girl," was written by Neil Simon, starring Marsha Mason(Mrs. Neil...

Comment by George W. S. Trow. Comment about how "Vogue" magazine for March has affected the writer's syntax. He is now going to apply the magazine's emphasis on natural Character. If, for instance, the natural inclination of his mind next month is toward "Big Bike" magazine, rather than toward "Vogue" - well he'll take the responsibility...

The Talk of the Town Output by Mark Singer. Talk story about "sound sculpture", by Liz Phillips on display in the pedestrian mall of the City University Graduate Center on W. 42 St. She call the sound sculpture "City Flow". Its special trick is the ability to translate the human traffic in the mall into electronic sounds that passers...

Profiles The Elder Daughter~II by Anthony Bailey. PROFILE of Queen Elizabeth II. Tells about the speech she delivers to her subjects on Christmas Day, in which she underlines Christian themes. Although her public manner has a frozen quality, she is a different person in private with her family & friends. As a child she and her sister...

The Talk of the Town Oral History by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about an interview with Wellington Koo, 89, a Columbia B.A. and Ph.D. who has held numerous posts in the government of the Republic of China. He has lived in New York since retiring in 1967 from the International Court of Justice, in The Hague, where he sat for...

Fiction Dubin's Lives (Part One) by Bernard Malamud. William E. Dubin, a biographer, has lived with his wife, Kitty, in Campobello, NY, for the past fifteen years. In between, working on a biography of D.H. Lawrence, Dubin goes for long walks in the country. He considers himself a visitor to nature, an unlikely biographer of Henry David Thoreau...

Books Card Tricks by John Updike.

The Theatre CATERWAULING by Brendan Gill.

The Current Cinema No Other English-Speaking "Uncle Vanya" Will Burn So Fiercely by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "3 Women", a Robert Altman film with a script by him...

Fiction Life On a Farm by John Carroll. Life on the farm isn't easy, what with the pigs to feed, the cows to milk... Now if we lived in a purely agrarian society, these procedures would be second nature to us all. As it is, they sound powerful weird to most of us... The sniff of tornado on...

Poetry Moving by Ted Walker. Do not attempt to sleep--your strangeness...

Poetry Brunanburh, A. D. 937 by Jorge Luis Borges. No one at your side...

Poetry The City by Linda Pastan. My mother calls it...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 18, 1977 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan


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