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New Yorker Magazine - June 4, 1979 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - June 4, 1979 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 4, 1979 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: June 4, 1979
Page Count: 156 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema KING JOHN by Brendan Gill.

Fiction Reading The Signs by Michael Wilding. Writer recalls two mysterious incidents from his chidhood in England. One incident was an unusual plant which appeared one summer beneath an apple tree on his family's property. No one had ever seen a plant like it, and his family saved the seeds. The next year the plant returned, and...

The Theatre OUT OF TENTERFIELD by Brendan Gill.

The Current Cinema King John by Brendan Gill. John Huston performs in the film "Winter Kills", which is reviewed by the writer, who also comments on Mr. Huston. He says: "What an immense shadow Huston casts in age! As a screenwriter, a director, and an actor, he is among the most gifted people that the so-called movie...

The Talk of the Town Birthday Party by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Lincoln Center's 20th birthday. The big event at the party was the son-et-lumiere, a 30-minute review on film of the center's artistic activites, projected onto 5 huge outdoor screens...

Fiction Bullies by George W. S. Trow. Parody form.) Two brothers, Frank and Sal Margineaux, are successful businessmen who have bullied their way to the top. They owned the Margineaux Corporation, they bought stores, warehouses, night clubs - without even keeping track of what they bought. Sal is the tough brother; Frank is more delicate. Now the brothers...

Around City Hall Reruns by Andy Logan. The spring budget season at City Hall has come up against opposition in the capital by upstate New York Congressmen Jack Kemp and Gerald Solomon who voted against federal aid to the city for the first time since the fiscal crisis in 1975. A bill which would have given the...

Profiles SEVEN STONES by Edith Iglauer. PROFILE of Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, 54. He has adorned the North American landscape with some of its most admired structures but is almost unknown in the U.S. He is currently working his way east and into acceptance as an international architect. He has offices in Vancouver, Arthur Erickson Associates...

The Talk of the Town Animal Master by Natacha Stewart. Talk story about the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, now appearing at Madison Square Garden in its 109th annual stint here, and about the circus' show-stopping animal trainer, Gunther Gebel-Williams. The blonde, 44 year old German took the name of the circus he began with, Circus...

Comment by Julie Hayden. Comment about ex-pres. Richard Nixon enjoying spring. The information comes from the Pacific Telephone employees' newsletter, "Update". Two employees, Charles Huettl and Fred Limbrg, were laying cable somewhere in S.Calif. They were starting back in their truck when they were flagged down by a Secret Service agent. He informed...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

A Reporter at Large The Great and Terrible Wilderness-I by Burton Bernstein. REPORTER AT LARGE about the Sinai and the writer's visit there in 1978. The Sinai is more a wilderness than a desert. The Sinai triangle covers 23,500 square miles and within that space there is a surprising variety of terrain. The southernmost third from El Tih Plateau to Sharm ElSheikh...

Poetry Energy: A Villanelle by John Updike. The log gives back, in burning, solar fire...

Poetry I Sit by the Window by Joseph Brodsky. I said fate plays a game without a score...

Poetry Little White Sister by Gerald Stern. It was in Philadelphia that I first lived a life of deferment...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 4, 1979 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan

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