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New Yorker Magazine - February 19, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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New Yorker Magazine - February 19, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 19, 1972 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.


Cover artist: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: February 19, 1972
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

A Reporter at Large II-THE BIRTH OF BANGLADESH by Robert Shaplen. REPORTER AT LARGE about Bangladesh & the India-Pakistan war. Tells about the preparations for war on both sides, & how Mrs. Gandhi tried to avert it, making peaceful overtures to Pakistani Pres. Yahya Khan & asking U.S. aid, which she was refused. Writer talked with many Indian gov't. &...

The Current Cinema GRINNING by Pauline Kael.

Fiction On the Road, Almost by Garrison Keillor. This a parody of the style of Jack Kerouac. Oh, yes, we're going down the road back to the country, you & me, baby, got to be free, got to learn how to feel, on a water bed full of good hot oatmeal, but in the meantime we're stuck here...

The Talk of the Town Family Store by Lillian Ross. Talk story about new department store, Gimbels East, E. 86 St. & Lexington Ave. which will open officially Feb. 24 at a total cost of $30 million. Margot Infantino, public-relations manager for Gimbels N.Y. says this is the 1st time a major retailer will operate 2 full-service stores...

The Talk of the Town Towns by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about the 40th meeting of the Association of Towns of the State of New York, held at the NY Hilton & Hotel Americana. More than 3,000 elected or appointed small-town officials, representing about 900 of the 931 towns in the state, met to pick up tips from...

Comment by Thomas Whiteside. For political reasons the Dept. of Defense has decided to withdraw from Vietnam its stockpile of a million & a half gallons of the defoliant Agent Orange-consisting of an equal mixture of the herbicides 2, 4, -D and 2, 4, 5, -T which it was about to hand over...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Letter from Ireland by Jane Kramer. The best gauge of Protestant attitudes these days in Northern Ireland may be Ian Paisley. He's the first politician in the North to have driven a wedge between the Protestant classes. He started out in politics as a right-wing Protestant Unionist & won seats in Stormont & Westminster. He...

Reflections REFLECTIONS MATHEMATICS AND CREATIVITY by Alfred Adler. Mathematics is pure language--the language of science There are 2 simple & ruthless ethical standards by which the purity of this discipline can be determined 1st, that there is an institutionalized indifference to men whose work has been completed. 2nd, that the institutionalized conviction that accomplishment is important only...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Speedy Zephyr, who won the Canadian Turf Handicap at Gulfstream Park, is owned by Charles Rathgeb, Jr...

Fiction Around the Bend in Eighty Days VI-For Sale or Rent: One Pair of Seven League Boots by S. J. Perelman. Boarding a taxi in Hong Kong with companion Sally Lou in Hong Kong, writer is accosted by a young Chinese, Ah Sim Gee, who seems to think writer's name is E.Z. Pickens, & tries to sell him everything in sight. Staying at the Golden Bamboozle, he leaves room to avoid...

Dance King David Dances by John Berryman. Aware to the dry throat of the wide hell in the world...

Poetry Departures by Richard Schramm. Often I think of being left...

Poetry How It Might Be by William W. Hunt. How it might be to be another: there is...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 19, 1972 - Cover by Charles Saxon


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