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New Yorker Magazine - July 17, 1978 - Cover by Joseph Low
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - July 17, 1978 - Cover by Joseph Low
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 17, 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: Joseph Low
Publication Date: July 17, 1978
Page Count: 100 pages
In this issue:

Letter from Rome by William Murray. Aldo Moro, leader of the Christian Democratic party, was kidnapped and murdered by the Red Brigades, a terrorist group. They held More from March 16th to May 9th while the government refused to release 13 jailed terrorists in return for Moro's life. Tells about letters Moro wrote while a prisoner...

Fiction Colloquy by Robert Henderson. John Coulter lives in a town on the Hudson with his wife Miriam and their children. They run a bookstore. His Mother lives in the Middle West, 1,000 miles away. She is dying and he has come for a final visit with her. Though she is lying in a nursing...

The Talk of the Town Skytypers by Susan Sheehan. Talk story about flying with a team of skytypers over Long Island during the 4th of July weekend. Skytypers East, owned by Mort Arken, keeps 6 single-engine SNJ-2's at Zahns Airport in Amityville, Long Island. Arken explains how aerial typewriters convert oil into white smoke. Five planes...

The Talk of the Town I.R.T. Stop by James Stevenson. Illustrated talk story about the subway stop sitting in the middle of Broadway at Seventy-second Street on the I.R.T. line. Writer likens the entry to a Peruvian cathedral and reproduces the facade (with a pigeon sitting on top), light fixtures, a handrail, and various signs. Discusses the entire place...

Jazz by Whitney Balliett.

A Reporter at Large The Dig At Cnidus by Katherine Bouton. REPORTER AT LARGE about archeologist Iris Cornelia Love and her dig at Cnidus, Turkey. Cnidus was in the center of trade routes in the ancient world and flourished under the Greeks and Romans. It declined and was evacuated in the 7thcentury. Tells about 19thcentury excavations and Sir Charles Newton's finds...

Fiction Brothers by Peter Marsh. The writer drives with his half brother Alexander Ross and his mother & father from northern Ontario south to the city. They are taking Alexander Ross back to his school. It is a Catholic boys' school although the family is not Catholic. He is going to the school his father...

The Current Cinema THE LONG-LIVED by Penelope Gilliatt.

Comment by Anthony Bailey. The Russians refused to allow British lawyer John Macdonald in to Moscow to defend the physicist Yuri Orlov. On May 18, Orlov was sentenced to 7 years in a strict-regime labor camp, to be fallowed by 5 yrs. of internal exile, for heading a group that kept watch on...

The Sporting Scene BACK TO CHERRY HILLS by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the U.S. Open, won by Andy North, played at the Cherry Hills Country Club on the outskirts of Denver. The Club has been the scene of three Opens. The first was in 1938, won by Ralph Guldahl. Writer was on hand for the second one in...

Short Story by Jeremy Bernstein. A four-year-old friend of ours, knowing of our interest in fiction, dictated the following: FORSYTHIA SEAWEED Forsythia Seaweed was a little girl. She had blowers. The blowers were supposed to eat oranges, but hers ate her elbows, She took them to be fixed, and then they ate grapefruits...

Poetry To a Tyrant by Joseph Brodsky. He used to come here till he donned gold braid...

Poetry The Shepherd by Gary Soto. The grasses begin where he begins...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 17, 1978 - Cover by Joseph Low

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