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New Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1975 - Cover by Saul Steinberg
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 7, 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: Saul Steinberg
Publication Date: April 7, 1975
Page Count: 140 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events Duo by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Bagasz (title written in Russian type) by Nicolas Nabokov. Writer reminisces about Russian "bagasz" (baggage). His great interest in "bagasz" developed when he was 5 1/2 yrs. old on a return trip to his native Russia, with various members of his family and household staff. Writer describes various pieces of Russian baggage and their function, including his mother's "Necessaire...

The Race Track End of a Streak by G. F. T. Ryall. Trainer of Prince Thou Art and Sylvan Place, who ran one-two in the Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park...

The Talk of the Town Out in the Yard by Ian Frazier. Talk story about press conference held by International Harvester to announce its 1975 line of lawn & garden equipment. John Dierbeck, an I.H. public-relations man, began the presentation with a speech, & introduced the participants...

Concert Records / Popular Music After the Flood by Ellen Willis.

A Suicide: Paran Creek by Ben Belitt. The granny glasses under...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. With the military collapse in S. Vietnam and the diplomatic collapse in the Middle East-two areas where American commitments have been heavy in recent years-the question of exactly what a "commitment" is when it is undertaken by a democratic country is being raised on all sides. A commitment...

Jazz New York Notes by Whitney Balliett.

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Last week, Prime Minister Wilson told the Commons that his Govt. was urging the country to vote "Yes" in the June referendum on the question of whether Britain should remain in the European Economic Community. (The division within the Cabinet was 16 for staying in, 7 for getting out.) Many...

The Talk of the Town In Memoriam by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the old curmudgeon's reminiscences of old N.Y. While walking across Madison Sq., writer met the old curmudgeon who was staring at the Flatiron Building(designed by D.H. Burnham), something that he does once a yr. in memory of the great Chicago architect Louis H. Sullivan. The Flatiron...

The Sporting Scene THE RIGHT MEN IN THE EIGHT PLACE by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about basketball with emphasis on the N.Y. Knicks. They surprised the sports world by winning the NBA championship in 1969-70 season. This was the first time they managed to do so in the 24 years the league had been in existence... In the 1972-3 title series the...

The Talk of the Town Out There by John Updike. Talk. Writer drove to Newburyport, Mass. where the North American birdwatching event of the century took place. He went to see Ross's gull, which had materialized between there and Salisbury. Ross's gull is a denizen of Siberia-rare even there. The bird was first sighted months ago, but the local...

The Air (On Television) Snapshots of a Face of War by Michael J. Arlen.

Books To Reason Why by Naomi Bliven.

The Current Cinema "Tommy" by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of Ken Russell's "Tommy". Mentions his other films. The review is done in dialogue form...

Annals of Chemistry INERT by Paul Brodeur. ANNALS OF CHEMISTRY about aerosol sprays, which may be seriously threatening the environment. In 1973 Prof. F.S. Rowland & Dr. Mario Molina discovered that chlorofluorocarbons in aerosol sprays initiated a chlorine chain reaction in the atmosphere, leading to ozone breakdown. Such breakdown could lead to the end of life on...

Fiction The Lists of the Past-IV by Julie Hayden. A father and his daughter set out one day to see the world-a small piece of it really. They went for a drive in the area between Fairfield County and Westchester County looking for a gulp(gorge) which was not mapped. Describes the drive down the Thruway and the...

Fiction The Bruckner Octagon by James Stevenson. Writer parodies the book "Bermuda Triangle," by Charles Berlitz, in his discussion of the "new book" called "The Bruckner Octagon," by E. Powers Jackson. Even though experts draw parallels between the so-called Bermuda Triangle in the Atlantic and Bruckner Octagon in the Bronx, writer feels there are important differences...

The Talk of the Town Stiller by James Stevenson. Talk story about Jerry Stiller, actor and comedian, who has been known primarily as the Stiller part of the Stiller and Meara comedy team. Anne Meara is his wife. Stiller, who is in his 40s, is currently appearing in his first Broadway play "The Ritz," by Terrence McNally. Writer interviewed...

Poetry Coast of Maine by Richard Eberhart. The flags are up again along the coast...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1975 - Cover by Saul Steinberg


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