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New Yorker Magazine - October 14, 1974 - Cover by Robert Weber
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New Yorker Magazine - October 14, 1974 - Cover by Robert Weber
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 14, 1974 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: Robert Weber
Publication Date: October 14, 1974
Page Count: 204 pages
In this issue:

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

Letter from New Delhi by Ved Mehta. New Delhi has perhaps the worst outbreak of nationalism & xenophobia it has ever known--directed against the West. Describes the fear of spreading violence, the contaminated water supply, the attitude of Westernized Indians. 75% of India's 580-million people are below the poverty line, 5% constitute the nation's elite...

The Talk of the Town New York to South Bend by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about weekend spent in South Bend, Indiana, to watch the Notre-Dame-Purdue football game. Tells about the drive from New York to South Bend; writer listened to the radio, & heard various programs: from Pittsburgh, radio announcer Bob Prince broadcast the Mets-Pirates game from Shea Stadium...

Comment by Michael J. Arlen. There is something that needs to be done about the problem of movie-watching. At the center of the difficulty is the question: How does one sit in a movie theatre, while the movie is playing & have any comprehension of the action or dialogue, an account of the simultaneous...

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

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Foolish Pleasure won the Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park. The horse turned a nice profit for Mr. John L. Greer, the Knoxfille baking executive who gave $20,000 for him as a yearling...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. In review of "The Gambler" the writer says she feels about it the way Mel Brooks did when asked for an opinion on a film and he said solemnly, "Well, it's the sort of thing that has to be tried over and over again - until it's abandoned...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction The Agreement by Donald Barthelme. Story entirely in the form of questions about a man who becomes introspective about his recent divorce from his wife. He wonders about where his daughter is and what will happen to her. Is she at the photographers getting the portrait of herself that he asked for, or is she...

Fiction Sodom And Gomorrah by Richard Berczeller. A young Hungarian Jew and his family escaped Fascist Hungary in the 1920's and went to Vienna where the young man entered medical school. Because they were poor the young man took a job as an extra in the film. "Sodom and Gomorrah," directed by Michael Kertesz in Laaerberg...

Fiction The Worst by Charles McGrath. A list of "worsts" such as: The Worst Deathbed Line...

The Talk of the Town Experience by Lillian Ross. Talk story about a luncheon given by Mayor & Mrs. Abraham Beame on the lawn of Gracie Mansion. It was served by more than 20 restaurants & its purpose was to show that New York's dining-out pleasures are unmatched by any other city. The lunch was sponsored by the...

A Reporter in Washington A REPORTER IN WASHINGTON, D.C. I-SPRING NOTES by Elizabeth Drew. In diary form, writer goes over events in Wash. bet. Mar. 1 and Apr. 2, 1974. There is little to guide those who must design and direct the impeachment process. They virtually have to invent it. England, from which the framers of the Constitution borrowed the idea, hasn't used the...

The Talk of the Town Money by Mark Singer. Talk story about attending a reception by the Fiduciary Trust Co. of N. Y. on the 94th floor of the World Trade Center. At the World Trade Center, writer's guide was Alice P. Jones, retired vice-pres. of Fiduciary. She engineered their move from a conventional Wall Street office to...

The Theatre by Brendan Gill. In review of the musical "Mack and Mabel" about the relationship between Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand, writer quotes from an article in "Photoplay". It was written by the magazine's publisher James R. Quirk, in 1930 right after Miss Normand's death...

Poetry Parameters by Jack Butler. Two stones of staunchly variant origin...

Poetry Dying Away by William Meredith. Toward the person who has died...

Poetry Memories Of Lower Fifth by Howard Moss. I loved them once, those towering hotels...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 14, 1974 - Cover by Robert Weber

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