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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1979 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1979 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 12, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: November 12, 1979
Page Count: 236 pages
In this issue:

U. S. Journal CALLED AT RUSHTON by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: CENTRAL PA. about Marilyn McCusker, a woman in her 30's who was killed in a coal-mining accident after almost 2 years on the job at Rushton Mining Co., near Coalport, Pa. In 1975, Marilyn McCusker then Marilyn Williams, and 3 other women sued Rushton for denying...

Comment by Daniel Ford. COMMENT on the result of a study made by the President's Commission on the Accident at Three Mile Island. The study revealed that two life-threatening radioactive elements--cesium-137 and strontium-90--are routinely produced by nuclear plants. A leak from a plant, such as the leak threatened by...

Annals of Business A FRIENDLY PRODUCT by John Brooks. ANNALS OF BUSINESS about Levi Strauss & Company, originator of bluejeans. The rapid global spread of the habit of wearing luejeans is an event without precedent in the history of human attire. Cites figures for the astronomically expanding sales of jeans, from the 1950's through the 1970's Discusses...

The Talk of the Town Disruption by Ian Frazier. Talk story which quotes opinions given after an advance screening of the film "Natural Enemies," about a man who kills his entire family and himself. The screening was attended by fifty psychiatrists and psychologists...

The Current Cinema Straits by Renata Adler. Review of "The Rose", a film in which Bette Midler plays a character loosely based on Janis Joplin...

Fiction Sweethearts by Laura Furman. The writer and James, the man she lives with in London, are in the process of fixing the ceiling of the house they are planning to move into. Paula and Grahame visit while they are working, and offer to take them in their car for supplies. Paula and Grahame were...

The Talk of the Town Sitzprobe by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about a rehearsal of the Vienna State Opera performing Beethoven's "Fidelio" conducted by Leonard Bernstein, at Kennedy Center. "Fidelio" is a signature opera of the company. This 1978 production was a joint effort by Bernstein and the Austrian director Otto Schenk. Tells about the Vienna State Opera and...

Comment by Robert Shaplen. Pres. Park Chung Hee, the South Korean dictator who was recently shot to death at a dinner party in Seoul by Kim Jae Kyu, the disaffected head of the Korean Central Intelligence Agency, was a lonely, driven man... He was in many ways a godfather figure - remote, tough, cruel, controlled...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. As newsmen and other eyewitnesses bring home their reports of a collapsed and dying Cambodia, one can put together a rough picture of how the catastrophe came about. Writer tells about the 3 stages of disintegration, each one marked by a mass displacement of the Cambodian population. Most recently the...

A Reporter at Large HERE COME THE MARINES by E. J. Kahn. REPORTER AT LARGE about the U.S. Marines' "reinforcement training exercise" at Guantanamo Bay, a U.S. naval base in Cuba. Writer flew to Guantanamo Bay with 78 other journalists on a Navy plane. Through this "showing of the flag," Pres. Carter hopes to persuade Congress to approve the SALT II treaty...

A Scottish Childhood The Castle by Christian Miller. A SCOTTISH CHILDHOOD in which the writer tells about her childhood up to the age of 10, in 1931, at a castle in the Highlands of Scotland. The castle had been built in 1210 and added to haphazardly over the years. Her father's 10,000-acre estate contained almost every type...

Fiction Two Delays on the Northern Line by Ursula K. Le Guin. Story about two train journeys, separated by a period of years, to the same house in a town called Brailava. Eduard Orte, a middle-aged, unmarried man, makes an emergency trip home because his mother is very ill. It is raining and train stations are flooded. He arrives to fin...

Poetry Created and Abandoned by Muriel Spark. Where have you gone, how has it ended with you...

Poetry The Washroom Ballet (Ise-Shima Youth Hostel) by Laurence Lieberman. Isaac and...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1979 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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