A large, massive magazine with glossy pages containing 214 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in lightly worn covers showing chip to each of upper and lower outer narrow spine edges; internal pages are in excellent condition. Contents include: What Makes The Newest [Richard] Nixon Run? - The old Nixon by Garry Wills; fiction Accomplished Desires by Joyce Carol Oates; The Live and Death of a Hippie by Anthony Lukas (on Jimmy Hutchinson); fiction A Monotonous Landscape by Gunter Herburger; Le Jazz Triste by Michael Zwerin ("Webster, Clarke, Russell, Byas, Moore, Drew, Mezzrow: they are all a Lost Generation"); The Conscience of an Exhibitionist by David R. Slavitt; Thirty Days Without a Bath by N.R. Pitt, M.D. (illustrated); Rashomon in Maryland by Susan Brownmiller (on the Giles-Johnson rape case - Joyce Roberts, James Giles, and Joseph Johnson). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Esquire: The Magazine for Men (May 1968)
Publisher: Esquire, Inc.
Publication Date: 1968
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
Book Description Esquire, Chicago, 1968. Printed Wrappers. Book Condition: VG+. Volume LXIX, No 5; Whole Number 414. Single issue of Esquire magazine for Mayy of 1968. Cover -. photo of Richard Nixon having make-up applied. What Makes the Newest Nixon Run? - The Life and Death of a Hippie - Rashomon in Maryland - A Monotonous Landscape - The Conscience of An Exhibitionist - and more. 210pp. illustrated, advertising. Clean, unmarked interior. Tight, stapled binding. Unmarked wrappers. Original 'sticky/blurb' sdvert to front wrapper still in place. Weight, 624g. Size: 13.25" Tall. Monthly Magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 049911