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New Yorker Magazine - March 13, 1978 - Cover by Saul Steinberg
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New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 13, 1978 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: Saul Steinberg
Publication Date: March 13, 1978
Page Count: 144 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Faith McNulty. Cold-weather thoughts from a woman in New England center around keeping warm since the oil crisis. Writer expresses delight at finding out that coal from the sea can be burnt for heat. Along with the catch in their nets, fishermen haul up coal that was left over 100 years...

Fiction The Artist by Anatoly Shubov by Mathilde Arens. Parody. A note at the beginning explains that the author, Anatoly Shubov, a Russian emigre, is best known for his "shpetkornyi," paintings on the heads of thumbtacks on view on bulletin boards at Cooper Union. This is his debut as a memoirist. His subject is another obscure Russian artist, Pyotr...

The Talk of the Town A Friend from Calcutta by Tom Hayes. Talk story about a visit to New York by a friend of the writer's who lives in Calcutta. He works there as a bureaucrat and a poet...

The Talk of the Town Trance by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about late-night visit to the Pathmark supermarket on Route 17 in Hackensack, New Jersey. The hostess at a party the writer was attending ran out of half and half. She decided to drive to Pathmark to get it. The writer accompanied her. Pathmark is open 24 hours...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Reflections THE FASHIONABLE MIND by Kennedy Fraser. REFLECTIONS about how our society is permitting itself to be dominated & transformed by fashionable minds. This hidden, powerful, mental sort of fashion shares the creed and limitation of the old variety of fashion - that of dress. The shared creed holds that appearances are of greater significance than substance. Mental...

Fiction The Artist by Anatoly Shubov by Mathilde Wallington. Parody. A note at the beginning explains that the author, Anatoly Shubov, a Russian emigre, is best known for his "shpetkornyi," paintings on the heads of thumbtacks on view on bulletin boards at Cooper Union. This is his debut as a memoirist. His subject is another obscure Russian artist, Pyotr...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of "Fingers", the first film directed by James Toback...

Fiction Parasites by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Stella is a wealthy woman with a richly furnished home in Murray Hill. She knows she is dying. She has a man to keep house for her, a former waiter named Paul. He is considerate and devoted. So is her niece, Dora, who visits regularly and holds her mother, Stella's...

A SENSE OF DREAM Actress by Penelope Gilliatt.

The Current Cinema "WHAT SYMMETRICAL DIGITS!" by Pauline Kael.

The Talk of the Town A SENSE OF DREAM by Penelope Gilliatt. PROFILE of Jeanne Moreau, French actress The writer talked to Moreau last year in Paris, right before she married the American director, William Friedkin...

Annals of Medicine ANTIPATHIES by Berton Roueche. ANNALS OF MEDICINE about a case of allergic contact dermatitis. Discusses how Dr. Vincent P. Barranco, of the Tulsa Dermatology Clinic, a private group practice in Oklahoma, treated a case caused by an allergic reaction to copper in an IUD. Tells about a case of allergic contact dermatitis involving nickel...

Dance A SENSE OF DREAM by Penelope Gilliatt. PROFILE of French actress Jeanne Moreau. Kathleen Buckley, who danced with the Tiller Girls at the Folies-Bergere, was her mother. Buckley was English...

The Current Cinema “What Symmetrical Digits!” by Pauline Kael. The caption under this department is "What symmetrical digits!" - W. C. Fields to Mae West as he lifts her hand to his lips in "My Little Chickadee...

The Talk of the Town Comedy at Avery Fisher Hall by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Victor Borge, the Danish comedian, making his debut with the New York Philharmonic last week - as conductor, pianist, and compere - the orchestra's 106 musicians were cast in the unaccustomed roles of straight men. The concert took place during the Philharmonic Phone Festival - a radio fund-raising drive...

Books by Robert Coles.

Holidays A SENSE OF DREAM by Penelope Gilliatt. PROFILE of French actress Jeanne Moreau. Moreau spend holidays as a child at Mazirat, a village of about thirty houses in the Allier Departement. Moreau says that town is at the root of many of her thoughts about the second world war. The institution are run by the left but...

The Theatre DEATH IN FAIRFIELD by Brendan Gill.

Profiles A SENSE OF DREAM by Penelope Gilliatt. PROFILE of French actress Jeanne Moreau. She was born in 1928. Her father was Anatole-Desire Moreau, a restaurant owner; her mother was Kathleen Buckley, an Englishwoman who danced with the Folies Bergere. All the directors Moreau has worked with--Truffaut, Bunuel, Orson Welles, Louis Malle, Peter Brook--recognize her...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Trainer of Vigors who won the Santa Anita Handicap, at the track in Arcadia last Sunday...

Poetry Bijou by Beth Joselow. I wish I could paint...

Poetry Discussion of the Vicissitudes of History under a Pine Tree by Katha Pollitt. The moment is what moves us, after all...

Poetry Inevitable Frontier by Robert Penn Warren. Be careful! Slow and careful, for you now approach...

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