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New Yorker Magazine - April 9, 1979 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
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New Yorker Magazine - April 9, 1979 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 9, 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: Pierre Le-Tan
Publication Date: April 9, 1979
Page Count: 160 pages
In this issue:

The Sporting Scene SHARING THE BEAT by Roger Angell. SPORTING SCENE about female sportswriters in the locker room. Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn recently advised the 26 major-league clubs to afford equal access to all reporters, regardless of sex. He was sued last year by Melissa Ludtke Lincoln, reporter for Sports Illustrated, and her employer, Time, Inc., for refusing...

Cartoon Budget Munchies by Jack Ziegler. Eight drawings of reasonable snacks such as: Deviled Ice Cream Cones, Fish Quickies, Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Quiche, etc...

Fiction Ghosts by Edna O'Brien. Writer recalls three women from her childhood in Ireland: Mabel, a young woman who went periodically mad; Nancy, her stylish godmother; and Mrs. Keogh, a compulsive cleaner whose two ambitions were to live in a house near the main road and that her husband would die before her. Tells about...

The Air (On Television) by Michael J. Arlen.

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

A Reporter at Large SKETCHBOOK by Elizabeth Drew. REPORTER AT LARGE about this year's Congress, which has been exceptionally slow in getting started. One reason is that the agenda is not very inviting. Issues are difficult, unpleasant or contentious. As the members see it, the voters are angry, the issues are lousy and the problems that really matter...

Books by Susan Lardner.

The Talk of the Town The Ages of Woman by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about remarks by Dr. Susan Schiffman on "The Five Fragrance Ages and Stages of Woman: Pre-Teen, Teen, Young Adult, Middle Age, Matron," at the Plaza Hotel after a luncheon there. The Fragrance Foundation, which had come up with the idea of five ages, asked her to speak...

The Talk of the Town Terrorism by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about a course called "Terrorism: A Psycho-Social Approach", given at Kennedy International Airport. The 11 students were all full-time employees of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The instructor was Prof. Meyer Barash, a sociologist from Hofstra Univ. The class was a two...

U. S. Journal THOUGHTS ON A CAJUN RENAISSANCE WHILE WATCHING CHICKENS BEING CHASED by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: MAMOU, LA. about the people involved in preserving the Cajun culture and the use of the Cajun French language. CODOFIL (Council for the Development of French in Louisiana) is a state funded and state run program which imports French language teachers for school children. The program is meeting...

Fiction Mr. Winston by Berry Morgan. Mr. Winston is staying in an "extended-care facility," in Virginia, convalescing from double pneumonia he had contracted the previous autumn. It was now late March and he saw no reason why his son and the doctors were keeping him there. His son controlled his Social Security checks and his...

The Current Cinema TRUFFAUT, OUR HOARDER by Penelope Gilliatt.

The Talk of the Town Observation by Elizabeth Macklin. Talk story about a performance of Arthur Kopit's one-act play "Wings" which was attended by three hundred speech pathologists. A symposium followed. The play is about a former aviatrix who has a stroke and becomes aphasic. A speech pathologist who takes part in the symposium (organized by the American...

The Talk of the Town Lamb Storm by Kennedy Fraser. Talk story about a snowstorm in the Yorkshire Dales, in England. It is written by an English friend who was visiting there. The storm, called a lamb storm because it came at lambing time, lasted for three days and nights. "Blinding clouds of whiteness swirled up and down and sideways...

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

The Talk of the Town Circus Time by James Stevenson. Talk story about man who works for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Writer talks to him, and other men who work for the circus, at a diner where he goes after he has wandered around a lot between 34th and 37th Streets east of Twelfth Ave., where...

The Theatre NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED by Brendan Gill.

Comment by James Stevenson. Walking around the other day, we came upon a jaunty old red pickup truck parked outside a building where some noisy renovation was going on. The truck was an International and, to judge from some shiny copper pipes sticking out from under a greasy tarpaulin in back, it belonged to...

Poetry Sitting on the Beach with Nachman by Vickie Karp. A bus has blown up in Jerusalem. #35. Nelson's bus to work...

Poetry A Married Couple Discovers Irreconcilable Differences by Elizabeth Macklin. We are riding through the city one night...

Poetry Grass by Alfred Corn. At this range, it's really monumental...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 9, 1979 - Cover by Pierre Le-Tan

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