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New Yorker Magazine - December 10, 1979 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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New Yorker Magazine - December 10, 1979 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 10, 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 E. Martin
Publication Date: December 10, 1979
Page Count: 220 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Site by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the site for New York's Exposition and Convention Center which will occupy the land bounded by Eleventh and Twelfth Avenues and Thirty-fourth and Thirty-ninth Streets. The building was designed by I.M. Pei and will be constructed by the New York State Urban Development Corporation. The...

The Current Cinema TWO BY TWO by Roger Angell.

The Talk of the Town The Unexpected by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about Elliot Willensky, co-author (with Norval White) of the "A.I.A. Guide to New York City". It is a 600-page book describing thousands of things in New York. Willensky is the borough historian of Brooklyn... His walks take him to any neighborhood in or near the city...

Reflections A DIFFERENT PLACE, WITH A DIFFERENT PAST by William Pfaff. REFLECTIONS on Iran and our foreign policy. Teheran is in another dimension of time There is more in this than merely an observation that Ayatollah Khomeini seems a medieval figure. He acts in dimensions that are closed to us. Tells about the seizure of the Great Mosque in Mecca on...

U. S. Journal MOWING THE LAWN by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: EMMAUS, PA. about the attempt by the Rodale Press to practice what it preaches by not mowing a corner patch of the 3-acre lawn around its corporate headquarters in Emmaus. Officials of Emmaus, a town of 12,000in the Lehigh Valley, have taken Rodale to court for violating...

Profiles Master of the Trade-II by Jeremy Bernstein. PROFILE of German-born physicist Hans Bethe. Tells about some of his wartime projects before he became a citizen in Mar., 1941. Tells about the early history of the atomic bomb: the discovery of nuclear fission, which occurred just before World War II. Tells about the development of the bomb...

The Theatre TROUBLE IN KAMBAWE by Brendan Gill.

Fiction Tamar by Mark Helprin. In London, before WWII, the writer was 32 years old and involved in an effort to help Jews escape Germany and Austria through selling their paintings. He spent 2 years in Palestine and now was in London trying to raise support among prominent people. He was scheduled to visit the...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. An exhibition called "Thirties," without the article, at the Hayward Gallery, concentrates on arts and crafts and architecture of the period before the Second World War. There is a reconstruction of the bathroom commissioned by Surrealist art collector Edward James for dancer Tilly Losch. Textiles by Duncan Grant, Ben Nicholson...

Obituary Richard Rovere by Andy Logan. Obituary of Richard Rovere who died on Friday, Nov. 23, 1979, at 64. He joined "The New Yorker" in 1944. Besides turning out book reviews, editorial comment, and, once in a while a short humor piece, he covered the Washington scene from Dec. 1948 until his death...

The Talk of the Town Flying by Mark Singer. Talk story about Garry Foy of Foy Inventerprises, of Las Vegas, who is responsible for the "flying" Sandy Duncan does in the Broadway show "Peter Pan." His father, Peter Foy, designed and manipulated the ropes that flew Jean Arthur in the 1950 "Peter Pan," and flew many other Peter Pans...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. When we got, on the Broadway I.R.T. at Times Square the other day, we heard a woman's voice addressing the captive audience of assembled passengers. This is hardly an infrequent experience... Tells about a dishevelled man carrying a large jar of tomato paste, who was on the I.R.T. a week...

Fiction The Evans Farm by Heidi Landecker. The author remembers the people in the farm next door to her family's as she was growing up. Howard Evans was the farmer. His wife was called Mrs. Evans by everyone. The author would visit them, sit in their kitchen and eat cookies. The Evans' had a daughter, Marjorie, who...

Fiction A Little Farther Up The Road, A Little Farther Down The Dial by John Rolfe Gardiner. The driver and lyricist for Country Western musician Claude, discusses Claude's career. Claude's wife Kitty accompanies them as they tour the country. Claude is "booked in his home town, Jellico and performs there. The driver composes a song inspired by children in Memphis, indicating their indifference to learning. Claude wanted...

Poetry With the Gift of an Alabaster Tortoise by James Wright. One afternoon, we stole...

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