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New Yorker Magazine - August 20, 1979 - Cover by Edward Koren
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - August 20, 1979 - Cover by Edward Koren
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 20, 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: Edward Koren
Publication Date: August 20, 1979
Page Count: 104 pages
In this issue:

Books by John Updike.

The Current Cinema HAVE A NICE DAY by Veronica Geng.

Comment by John Brooks. In a speech to a group of business executives which was recently reprinted in part in the "Wall Street Journal." J. Clayburn La Force, dean of the Graduate School of Management of the University of California, Los Angeles, expressed his belief that the idea that corporations are under an obligation...

The Talk of the Town Some People by Mark Singer. Talk story about the Manhattan Market on the Hudson, a new flea market on Pier 92 at 52nd St. and Twelfth Ave. Bea Moss, producer and moderator of "The Bea Moss Show," was at the grand opening. Her show can be seen on cable television, Channel J, Monday nights at...

Musical Events by Desmond Shawe-Taylor.

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town Super by Rogers E. M. Whitaker. Talk story on E. M. Frimbo and the Twentieth Century Railroad Club. The club decided to re-create, for one night, the Super Chief train, complete with its Pullman sleepers, club car, and restaurant car which served fine food, including watermelon pickle. Cars were supplied by Amtrak and the train...

Reflections Disturbing the Universe-III by Freeman Dyson. REFLECTIONS on the writer's life as a scientist. He tells how his pacifist principles suffered when World War II came to England. e recalled this when he read the transcript of Robert Oppenheimer's 1954 security hearing. Tells about physicist Edward Teller testifying against Oppenheimer. In 1956 Dyson worked at General...

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

Fiction Into the Wind by Robert Henderson. Richard Lucas, a biology professor in his mid-fifties, is at his cabin on a New Jersey lake, trying to write a letter refusing a job he has already accepted. He is full of memories of his wife Jessie, who died 4 yrs ago. He takes a canoe out on...

The Talk of the Town Avenue P by Mark Singer. Talk story about weekend one-wall handball games in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn at Fourth Street and Avenue P. The game is played by a group of regulars, some of whom are middle-aged men, and men from the neighborhood bet on the games. Describes the ambience of a typical game and...

Books by John Updike.

Cartoon What About Us? by James Stevenson. Seven drawings of appliances with captions indicating their concern about threatened cutbacks in energy and telling how they will strike back. The appliances are: a computer, a record-player, a food processor, a hair dryer, a toaster, a color TV, and an electric garage door...

Fiction Waiting by Ann Beattie. A young married woman, living in the country near New York City, is selling a large antique cupboard in preparation for a possible move. Her husband John is in California. She feels lonely and irritated by the phone calls from people about the refrigerator she advertised to sell. Her dog...

Poetry Lightning Bugs Asleep in the Afternoon by James Wright. These long-suffering and affectionate shadows...

Poetry Neighboring Contrary by Larry Woiwode. Sleeplessness, sleeplessness, sleeplessness...

Poetry Afterglow by Jack Butler. A light rustle of rain laid down now...

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New Yorker Magazine - August 20, 1979 - Cover by Edward Koren

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