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New Yorker Magazine - May 28, 1979 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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New Yorker Magazine - May 28, 1979 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 28, 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: May 28, 1979
Page Count: 128 pages
In this issue:

Cartoon Cousins by Saul Steinberg. Cartoon spread showing scenes from the artist's childhood in Rumania. Some of them are: a boy going to school, a boy listening to clocks in a clock maker's shop, a boy playing the violin, two children hiding under a table...

Letter from Egypt by Joseph Kraft. After Pres. Sadat's visit to Jerusalem he was given a warm welcome home with thousands of signs hailing the coming of peace. Nowhere, however, did the writer see a reference to peace with Israel. Tells about Pres. Sadat's account of his conversation with Prime Minister Begin the first time they...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction A Bee In The Kitchen by H. F. Ellis. An Englishman watches a tennis championship on television and the British team loses. When the game finishes, the man goes into the kitchen and sees a bee. "We lost!" he tells it, and then proceeds to dwell on the "old English custom" of "telling the bees." Can bees hear? He...

The Talk of the Town Poems by Veronica Geng. Talk story about poets Allen Ginsberg and Kenneth Koch collaborating in a poetry improvisation in front of an audience at St. Mark's Church In The Bouwerie on East Tenth St. a part of the St. Mark's Poetry Project. Gives long transcription of the results of their collaboration, which included various...

The Current Cinema LOVE AND DEATH by Brendan Gill.

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. The Conservative candidate for Prime Minister won the recent election; it is Margaret Thatcher. After the election the House of Commons, before the state opening by the Queen assembled for the election of the Speaker. It was a reelection of George Thomas, the Labour member for West Cardiff, who has...

The Talk of the Town Gas by Calvin Trillin. Talk story about the gas shortage in California. A man who recently returned to N.Y. from a trip to So. California describes the method he used to beat the shortage: since rental cars are turned over with a full tank of gas, the obvious way to avoid long waits at...

Affairs of State by Richard H. Rovere. Debate in the Senate and across the country on the strategic arms limitation treaty (SALT II) promises to be long & drawn out. Pres. Carter would like brief deliberations & an early show of national unity, and a commitment to detente. But he is at least 25 votes short of...

Fiction Three Brothers by Harry L. Mountzoures. Three brothers live in a small New England town. When they were young, their family lived in poverty. Now Timothy, the youngest, is a struggling artist with a wife and child and is anxious to buy a house as cheaply as possible. Bob, his oldest brother, is a successful mortgage...

Comment by Daniel Lang. Fancifully, perhaps, Einstein once told an admirer that a guiding incentive of human beings in the pursuit of science might be to learn whether they could remake the universe in ways of their own. We were reminded of this on hearing about the work of a Japanese geneticist, Dr. Sadao...

The Talk of the Town Gestures by Ian Frazier. Talk story about a party held at the Ballroom Restaurant in Soho for the stars of a touring musical show called "4 Girls 4." Band leader Mitch Miller was one of the guests...

Annals of Finance Privateer-II by John Brooks. ANNALS OF FINANCE about Spanish financier Juan March's illegal-takeover of Barcelona Traction, Light&Power Co., Ltd. in 1948-52. Barcelona Traction, a holding company whose headquarters were in Canada, was owned by the Belgian companies SOFINA and SIDRO. Its principal stockholders were Belgian, its employees Spanish. It supplied 20...

Jazz by Whitney Balliett.

Poetry During a Solar Eclipse by Howard Nemerov. The darkening disc of the moon before the sun...

Poetry Watch Fires by James Henson. The thunder, approaching...

Poetry Thoreau Near Home by Philip Booth. Seasick off Cape Ann, by moonlight...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 28, 1979 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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