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New Yorker Magazine - May 3, 1976 - Cover by Saul Steinberg
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 3, 1976 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. An advertisement has been neatly removed from a back page.


Cover artist: Saul Steinberg
Publication Date: May 3, 1976
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

Comment Comment. by Jonathan Schell. Comment about the nuclear submarines Poseidon and Trident. When we read the other day that the House of Representatives had voted more funds for development of the nuclear-powered Trident submarine, our thoughts went back to an excellent article by Phil Stanford called "The Deadly Move to Sea," which appeared...

Letter from Manila by Robert Shaplen. 3 1/2 years ago Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos instituted martial law, calling it the New Society. Last Sept., responding to popular discontent over corruption on the upper levels of govt. & in the military, which was becoming increasingly powerful politically, he dismissed or retired some 50 high govt. officials. Later...

Fiction Near Darkness by Gilbert Rogin. Albert's friend, whom he calls the Human Dynamo, lounges on Albert's bed, watching him pack for a business trip to Miami, and asks, "Are Jewish people always sad when they pack?" Albert lives in Greenwich Village and is recently separated from his wife, who lives down the street with two...

Reflections COMMUNISM IN EUROPE by William Pfaff. REFLECTIONS about the emerging power of revisionist Communist Parties in Western Europe and how their reformist doctrines threaten the legitimacy of the Soviet Communist Party and its subordinate Eastern European countries and the democratic governments in Western Europe. The French Communist Party, while having fewer voters than the Socialist Party...

The Talk of the Town Some Femtoseconds at the Hilton by Gerald Jonas. Talk story about the 100th anniversary meeting of the American Chemical Society at the New York Hilton. Says that 1,371 papers were delivered, many alluding to the world population crisis and possible massive starvation. In his address, Dr. Linus Pauling said that we can expect a worldwide catastrophe but that...

The Current Cinema A Renoir Renascent by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "La Chienne", a 1931 Jean Renoir film, showing commercially in this country for the first time with subtitles...

The Talk of the Town Other Voices, Rooms by Suzannah Lessard. Talk story about visiting some large loftlike rooms in what was once a mid-nineteenth century warehouse of cast-iron, and listening to avant-garde music on a tape-recording. The room had been expensively renovated and about 50 people were present. The writer was annoyed. Looking at the tin...

The Talk of the Town Pickering by Henry S. F. Cooper. Talk story about Robert Coote, 67, who is performing as Col. Pickering, a role he created in 1956, in the current revival of "My Fair Lady." He has played the role for 1 1/2 years on Broadway in 1956-7, 2 years in London, and 12 weeks in Russia. Mr. Coote...

Fiction The Great Debate by Donald Barthelme. A fictitious debate between incumbent Pres. Ford and Democratic challenger former Governor Jimmy Carter set in Sept. 1976. (The Presidential election will be held, in fact, in Nov. 1976). Ford talks at far greater length than Carter who basically states variations on "He who hath Love in his heart hath...

Books Party Lines by George Steiner.

The Theatre Life With Father by Brendan Gill.

Musical Events Opera Prima by Andrew Porter.

A Reporter at Large THE KEEL OF LAKE DICKEY by John McPhee. REPORTER AT LARGE about a 100-and-some-mile canoe trip down the St. John River in northern Maine. In late spring, Mike Moody, John Kauffmann, Tom Cabot, Lev and Dick Byrd, Dick Saltonstall, Sam Warren, and the writer flew in 3 float planes from Greenville and set down at...

The Race Track Derby Tip by G. F. T. Ryall. Writer says that Laz Barrera, who trains Bold Forbes for Esteban Rodriguez Tizol, is probably the busiest man on three race tracks...

Poetry Song by Philip Dow. What binds the atom together...

Poetry Prison: Poggio Reale by Cesare Pavese. A small window on the sky...

Poetry Elegy For Agatha Christie by Pamela Stewart. In the pantry a decanter reflects...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 3, 1976 - Cover by Saul Steinberg


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