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New Yorker Magazine - July 12, 1976 - Cover by Jenni Oliver
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 12, 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: Jenni Oliver
Publication Date: July 12, 1976
Page Count: 108 pages
In this issue:

Around City Hall Will You Love Me in November by Andy Logan. Facts about the many tourists who have come to N.Y. & hotels where politicians have stayed & will stay. Former UN Ambassador Daniel Patrick Moynihan recently announced his candidacy for the Dem. nomination for U.S. senator to run against Republican incumbent James Buckley. Discusses Moynihan's political traits. Tells about a...

Comment by Richard Harris. The Democratic Party's legendary disarray has long provided an entertaining spectacle. This year, though, the Democrats not only are at peace with one another but are unified and organized. They are organized before they have officially chosen their nominee for the Presidency, and they are organized behind an apparently conservative...

Fiction More Mathematical Puzzles & Diversions by Veronica Geng. Descriptions by the writer of several games. She says, in desdribing the game called Seven Bugs, that one of the classic mathematical fallacies was immortalized by William Wordsworth in his "On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic, 1802". Quotes from the poem - a parody version...

The Theatre UNBEWITCHING by Brendan Gill.

Cartoon Little-Known Moments in the History of Baseball by Gerald Dumas. Illustrated text: The McGreevey brothers, Eddie and Nate, on the day Eddie decided to wear his pants longer... Shad Finneran, catcher, struck in the stomach by a spitball, envisions "Shad's Place," the first restaurant to be owned and operated by a retired athlete ...Exhausted after a big night on the...

Books Saints and Sinners by Naomi Bliven.

Comment by Donald Barthelme. A friend writes: "My ten-year-old daughter has just returned from a foreign country, where she lives for much of the year with my former wife. As soon as she stepped off the plane, people began slapping red-white and-blue stickers on her... Tells about a conversation between...

Reflections A Strictly Personal Syllabus~I by Saul Bellow. REFLECTIONS about Israel. Writer talks with Abba Eban; moderate Arab editor, Mahmud Abu Zuluf; scholar Meyer Weisgal, the force behind the Weizmann Institute; poets Harold Schimmel and David Silk; novelist David Shahar; Russian writer Mikhail Agursky, a recent immigrant to Jerusalem talks about Russian Jews in Israel; Professor Zvi Lamm...

The Talk of the Town Media and Law by Richard Harris. Talk interview with Fred W. Friendly, who organized a series of weekend conferences under the heading "The Media and the Law," co-sponsored by the Ford Foundation. The first conference was co-sponsored with the Boston "Globe," in June, 1974. Other conferences have since been held by the Foundation, in...

The Race Track Another Fine Filly by G. F. T. Ryall. His Majestic Light, at 20-1 in the betting, came from behind to win the Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park...

The Talk of the Town Prepared by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about preparations in New York for the Democratic National Convention, to be held in Madison Square Garden, Monday, July 12 through Thursday, July 15. The city has rented the Garden to the Democrats for $1,900,000. Tells about preparations by liquor st stores in the area around Madison Square...

Fiction For Reasons Of Health by Roberta Silman. Alma Fulton, a widow whose husband, Henry, died almost a year ago, decides to take a job in the Men's department of the Eastchester branch of Lord & Taylor's. Her son, Paul, a psychiatrist, and her daughter, Barbara, don't like the idea. Alma enjoys the work, however. She meets Barbara...

The Current Cinema Thirteen, Going On Twenty-Three by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Veronique, ou l'Ete de Mes 13 Ans", directed by Claudine Guilmain...

Musical Events Summer Bounty by Andrew Porter.

Poetry Dead Of Night by Robert Mazzocco. The air is sultry...

Poetry I Am Short by F. D. Reeve. I am short. I cannot stop...

Poetry Charm by Howard Moss. Intelligence endures...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 12, 1976 - Cover by Jenni Oliver


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