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New Yorker Magazine - May 24, 1976 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 24, 1976 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 24, 1976 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: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: May 24, 1976
Page Count: 156 pages
In this issue:

Fiction A Cage For Satan by Isaac Bashevis Singer. In the forty years that Rabbi Naphtali Sencyminer had waged war against evil spirits, he sooner or later vanquished them all. A single passion still consumed him-to capture one of the impure spirits and imprison it in a cage, kept in his attic. By the time the rabbi was...

The Race Track Surprise, Surprise! by G. F. T. Ryall. James Sullivan, a N.Y.C. employee who had never bet with OTB & had never even seen a trotting race, put $3 on a pick-four at Tonkers Raceway the other day, using the last four numbers of the dog tag he wore during the Second World War. His wager was...

Fiction O'Phelan's Daemonium by John F. Murray. The narrator, an alcoholic, has tried to shoot himself in the head. His brother, Martin O'Phelan, has arranged for him to enter St. Hogarth's, a mental hospital outside Boston. The narrator reluctantly flies from La Guardia and checks into the hospital. He still wants to drink. He is put in...

The Talk of the Town Gala by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the "Star Spangled Gala" held at the Metropolitan Opera House recently to raise money for the Performing Arts Research Center of the New York Public Library. Caldwell conducted Aaron Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man." She was almost prevented from getting into the orchestra pit by Secret...

Books Blithe Spirit by Mollie Panter-Downes.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Since the end of the Vietnam war, a number of observers have worried aloud that a slackening of "will" on the part of the U.S. to intervene militarily in local conflicts around the world may signal a decline in the power of the U.S., or even the collapse of that...

The Talk of the Town Waiting by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about visit to Plattsburgh and then on to Montreal to see preparations for the Summer Olympic Games. Writer attended a preview of the games held at the State University College at Plattsburgh, N.Y. where most American athletes will be "processed" before taking the hour's drive to Montreal for...

The Current Cinema Fun by Penelope Gilliatt.

The Talk of the Town Requests by William Mangold. The current strike of apartment-house workers in this city prompted a tenants' committee in a high rise in the Village to post the following notice on the use of the building's automatic elevators: Please be very careful in using the elevators as they cannot be repaired for the duration...

The Theatre No Horses by Brendan Gill.

Profiles MAHATMA GANDHI AND HIS APOSTLES III-THE COMPANY THEY KEEP by Ved Mehta. PROFILE of Gandhi. Gandhi took the vow of brahmacharya, or celibacy, which among Hindus is considered the ultimate act of self-sacrifice, the surest way of avoiding all temptation and of finding God. He was 36 and had been married for 24 years at the time. To test his vow...

A Reporter in Washington Winter Notes~I by Elizabeth Drew. Diary notes on national events from Feb. 12 to Mar. 10. Writer travelled with Ronald Reagan's retinue for two days in Illinois & Florida. The primaries in these states were the next two important ones after N.H. Tells about Reagan's campaign & what he said in speeches & at press...

Dancing Novelties by Arlene Croce.

The Talk of the Town Flower Boxes by Mark Singer. Talk story about a preview of Keep America Beautiful Inc.'s nationwide Street of Flower Boxes program and competition at the Columbia Grammar School on West 94th Street. The students painted flower boxes and the student glee club sang songs. Writer spoke with Emily Leonard, a K.A.B. executive, who explained...

Poetry Rainbow by Stanley Plumly. through each of the seven vertebrae of light...

Poetry The Country of Sleep by Greg Kuzma. All of the drive-in restaurants...

Poetry The Apple Tree by Galway Kinnell. I remember this tree...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 24, 1976 - Cover by Arthur Getz

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