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New Yorker Magazine - April 25, 1977 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - April 25, 1977 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 25, 1977 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: Charles E. Martin
Publication Date: April 25, 1977
Page Count: 152 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Bull (Cont'd) by Mark Singer. Talk story about the final events in the saga of Gallagher's Pioneer, the Aberdeen Angus bull, owned by Herry Brody, which was shipped to France for the Salon International de l'Agriculture. The bull had acquired a reputation for roughness and was kept penned in a horse trailer for 14 hours...

The Talk of the Town Two Teas by Kennedy Fraser. Talk story about two tea parties attended by the writer with an English friend. The first was held by the American Victorian Society to benefit its Scholarship fund. The Society grew out of the English one; both are bent on preserving Victorian architecture. The tea took place one evening at...

Comment by James Stevenson. At 6 AM one day last week, we were walking along Forty fourth Street between Sixth and Fifth. The block was still dusky and muted-the sun was concealed behind the Pan Am Building and its ilk-and the street itself was a dull, dark gray. Suddenly, a big white...

The Race Track A Remarkable Horse by G. F. T. Ryall. Fire starting in the clubhouse at Garden State Park during the racing last Thursday afternoon destroyed the clubhouse and the grandstand. There might have been a holocaust, for the stand had about 10,000 people in it, and the old wooden buildings went up like matchwood. There was only one fatality...

Fiction The Zombies by Donald Barthelme. The zombies have come to buy wives from the people of this village, the only village for miles around that will sell wives to zombies. The zombies have brought many cattle. The cattle are also zombies and the zombies are in terror lest the people of the village understand this...

The Current Cinema Woody at His Best Yet by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Annie Hall", the new Woody Allen film. Allen and Marshall Brickman collaborated on the script...

Books Sleuths by George Steiner.

Jazz For the Comfort of the People by Whitney Balliett. King Joe Oliver, who was born in or near New Orleans in 1885 and died in Savannah, on April 8, 1938, played Jazz cornet. His musical career in New Orleans lasted at least 20 years, and by the time he moved to Chicago, in 1918, he had been nicknamed King...

A Reporter at Large A NICE PLACE TO VISIT by Richard Harris. A REPORTER AT LARGE about South Greenwich Village. The writer was curious about what was happening to the South Village as a community. Had lunch with Emanuel Popolizio, a lifetime Village resident and real-estate lawyer, who talked about the settlement of the South Village by Italian immigrants in the...

The Sporting Scene THE LONG GREEN by Roger Angell. THE SPORTING SCENE about baseball players' higher salaries and visits to training camps this spring. Tells about many major-league players' contracts and interviews various players on the subject of money and free-agency. Free-agency was granted to baseball players in a document drawn up between the Players Association...

Musical Events City Operas by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Dubin's Lives; Part Two by Bernard Malamud. At his house in the country, Dubin, in his fifties, is writing a biography of D.H. Lawrence. He is distracted by a young woman named Fanny - a former college student, who is employed as a cleaning person in his home. One day she comes into his study and they talk...

The Theatre MAL DE MER by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town Souvenirs by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about an auction of surplus equipment held under the auspices of the Salvage Division of the Dept. of Purchase of the City of New York. It took place at Pier 32 at Canal Street and the Hudson River (officially called the North River). In the past such uneeded...

Poetry Locating Sleep by Robert Kaven. To walk into...

Poetry Cul-De-Sac by Arthur Gregor. Here in the public garden...

Poetry Seizure by Ellen Bryant Voigt. Maybe in front of his class, giving a lecture...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 25, 1977 - Cover by Charles E. Martin


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