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New Yorker Magazine - July 7, 1980 - Cover by George Booth
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 7, 1980 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: George Booth
Publication Date: July 7, 1980
Page Count: 100 pages
In this issue:

U. S. Journal A SHORT HISTORY OF THE OCOEE SECESSION MOVEMENT, SO FAR by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: OCOEE, FLA., about the call for secession by the town of Ocoee from the county which surrounds it, Orange County. In Orlando, Orange's County Seat, mention of the name Ocoee is apt to induce derisive comments about an unreconstructed, ingrown, narrow-minded place where bull-headedness is widely...

Books The Other Side of the Glass by Lis Harris.

The Theatre New Jersey Nero by Brendan Gill. Review of a revival of "The Man Who Came to Dinner." The leading character is based on the journalist Alexander Woollcott. Writer quotes what he wrote about Woollcott on one occasion...

The Talk of the Town Revival by James Stevenson. Talk story about the Third Annual Great Hudson River Revival at Croton Point Park. Over 100 musical events were scheduled for the 2-day event, from a calypso-reggae group called the Matadors Orchestra to Arlo Guthrie. The crowd was polite and familial, a good proportion of it wearing T...

The Talk of the Town Auction by John Bainbridge. Talk story about an auction of the late Sir Cecil Beaton's residence and everything in it, in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, England. The auction was something of a social event. Marquees were set up and refreshments were available from Broad Chalke merchants. Knight Frank & Rutley, London-based real-estate agents...

The Current Cinema MUCKRAKERS AND SAINTS by Pauline Kael.

Fiction Hunter Out of Season by John Rolfe Gardiner. Jamie Topher is under suspicion in the town of Worton for the death of Mr. Hope. Although he is from over the ridge from Chamberton, Jamie has long been a bother to Worton with his mischief and petty crimes. When he started spending time with Mary's daughter, Vivian, eyebrows were...

Comment by Fred Keefe. One man's reaction to the spate of pleasant weather we've been having: A friend of mine who had been a dedicated scuba diver told me he tried deep-diving a number of times but gave it up after experiencing "rapture of the deep.O That's the underwater name for euphoria. He...

Russian Journal II - Winter and Spring by Andrea Lee Fallows. Writer, an American living in Moscow with her husband, Tom, who is doing research at Moscow State Univ., records her experiences in diary form. In Moscow, they visit a rynok (peasant market), the Sandunovsky Baths, and a Westernized night club for the spoiled offspring of the Communist elite. Young Russians...

The Talk of the Town Car Wash by Alec Wilkinson. Talk story about a fire hydrant on the corner of Water St. and Rutgers Slip which many people on the Lower East Side use to wash their cars. The hydrant runs almost constantly this time of year, though no one knows who turns it on. It is not the Fire...

The Theatre NEW JERSEY NERO by Brendan Gill.

Musical Events Popular Elements by Andrew Porter.

Profiles A MOMENT by James Stevenson. PROFILE of theatre director Robert Allan Ackerman. He recently directed "Bent," with Richard Gere, by Martin Sherman. Tells about the last rehearsal before the play moved to the New Apollo Theatre, on W. 43 Street. Ackerman was born on June 30, 1944, in Brooklyn; his family moved to Kew Gardens...

Fiction LGA-ORD by Ian Frazier. Then, Beckett decided to become a commercial pilot..." --"Samuel Beckett," by Deirdre Bair. Parody of a commercial pilot's announcements to passngers in the language of playwright Samuel Beckett. "Gray bleak final afternoon ladies and gentlemen this is your captain your cap welcoming you aboard the continuation of Flyways flight 185...

Fiction Mr. Bonito by David Plante. Stuart Chambers teaches English at a language school in Boston. He is also a frustrated writer. One of his students, Mr. Bonito, from Venezuela, wants to learn sufficient English to be able to study at Boston University, but cannot master the language. As Stuart's writing falters, he becomes more impatient...

Poetry Until The Sea Is Dead by David St. John. What the night prepares...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 7, 1980 - Cover by George Booth


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