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New Yorker Magazine - April 21, 1975 - Cover by Paul Degen
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 21, 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: Paul Degen
Publication Date: April 21, 1975
Page Count: 144 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events "Ring Reflection" by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Sy Pringle's Pie-in-the-Sky and Other Heavy Notes by Mark Singer. This is a parody of reports on the outrageous antics of rock musicians as they are written in the rock magazine "Rolling Stone". While the actual events go beyond belief, the writer takes the rock musicians' attempts to live absurdly one step further. Thus, at a party for rock star...

The Talk of the Town Education by Betty David. One day last week, as the baseball season was getting underway, the six-year-old son of a woman we know delivered his spelling homework--an original sentence using the word "cap"--to his first-grade teacher. It read, "catfish hunter wears a cap." The teacher returned the sentence to...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Listening to Pres. Ford speak of America's commitment to S. Vietnam last week left us with the impression that American policy in that part of the world had become something changeless that could never be influenced by mere human events and that Presidents of the future might still be maintaining...

The Theatre Joking and Preaching by Brendan Gill. Review of "Priscilla, Princess of Power", based on a script by James Stevenson...

A Reporter at Large ANYTHING ADVERSE? by Thomas Whiteside. REPORTER AT LARGE about credit-reporting abuses of the consumer-investigation industry. Reports are compiled & disseminated on applicants for various kinds of insurance, & the claims arising from such insurance; on applicants for employment with private companies, & for home mortgages & apartment leases. Many reports describe the character...

Letter from Saigon by Robert Shaplen. Saigon, awaiting the climactic hour of the 3-year Indo-China war can, at best, become a hostage for peace on Communist terms if the inept & unpopular Thieu regime is replaced by one that is prepared to negotiate & avoid further carnage. The mood of the besieged city is...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. In his State of the World address to a joint session of Congress the Pres. outlined "the Gerald Ford foreign policy". Except for requesting a large increase in non-military aid, it sounded very much like the Johnson-Nixon foreign policy. More than 3/4 of the sum he requested-almost...

Fiction Vermont by Ann Beattie. The narrator lives in an apartment building where switches occur among couples. Noel's wife has left him for John on the 17th floor. Soon aftertthe narrator's husband, David, leaves her and she begins a convenient relationship with Noel. Noel is a 37 year old man trying to "improve" himself. While...

The Talk of the Town Around the World in 64l Days by Anthony Hiss. Talk story, by Ernest M. Frimbo about Dedication Day (Apr. 1) for the American Freedom Train, a-Bicentennial project. The dedication ceremonies took place at Delaware Park, the little race track outside Wilmington. Rail buff Ross Rowland is the man responsible for the project, on which he's been working for...

Comment by James Stevenson. Walker Evans, the great American photographer, died last week. He was 71. By the time he was in his early thirties, he had changed the way generations of people would perceive the world. His photographs were sublimely simple, resonant, and profound, with that mystical repose of superlative art. We were...

Dancing Going in Circles by Arlene Croce.

Annals of Law II-IN CRIMINAL COURT by Richard Harris. ANNALS OF LAW about how legal counsel is provided for indigent defendants in criminal cases. Writer visits the Roxbury Defenders Committee, a federally funded agency that provides legal defense for those poor who desire it, in Boston. It is financed with grants from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration & is...

The Air (On Television) Waiting for the Storyteller by Michael J. Arlen.

The Talk of the Town Patience, Affection, Attention and Meat by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about Gunther Gebel-Williams, the greatest animal trainer in the world and probably ever. He has been working with leopards, the most dangerous of the big cats. It will be a year before the act-the first leopard act to be seen in the U.S. since 1939-can...

Poetry The Head by Greg Kuzma. The taste lingers, taste of you...

Poetry At The Brooklyn Botanic Garden by Alfred Corn. Another spring at the Garden, and how...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 21, 1975 - Cover by Paul Degen


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