Title: Esquire: The Magazine for Men (February 1967...
Publisher: Esquire, Inc.
Publication Date: 1967
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
With cover feature (a photograph of a young woman in a trash can: "The New American Woman: through at 21") and interior article "The New American Woman"; photospread "Four Views of the L.A. Syndrome"; article "Six oysters, six ales - peace" by Robert Jay Misch ("Partake and be reassured that it's still a man's world"); article "The Blinding Facility of Leonard Bernstein" by Martin Mayer; parody of "Scientific American" by David Newman and Robert Benton; article "I Mean, My God, If You Can't Produce A Great American Novel For Two Hundred Thou, Pre-Sold To The Flicks, What The Hell Hope Is There For American Literature?" by Saul Braun; feature and photospread "If this should be my last trip to Europe" as told to Richard Joseph (on Edward Steichen, Jimmy Durante, and James Farley); one-act play "Kingdom of Earth" by Tennessee Williams; article "The Last Word (We Hope) on George Lincoln Rockwell" by Fred C. Shapiro; short story "Down In The Dumps" by Donald Harington; short article "Hanging Up on [Ernest] Hemingway" by Jerome Beaty, Jr. Bookseller Inventory # 005889
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