Esquire: The Magazine for Men (January 1963)
A large, massive magazine with glossy pages containing 140 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in lightly edge-worn covers showing periodic small chips along outer narrow spine; internal pages in excellent condition. Contents include: special section, much of it humor, Versailles-On-The-Potomac: A Report to the Bourgeoisie (How to Make Over Your Own Hometown Into a Washington, D.C. by Herb Sargent; The Kennedy Water Syndrome by Sarel Eimerl; A [John F.] Kennedy Peerage [humorous family tree]; The Palace Guard [list]; The Charmed Circle [list]; But Who's Minding the Country? by Gene Lichtenstein); The Confidence Box by Mark Epernay (on the Confidence Machine: "Had it been invented just three weeks earlier, the steel crisis could have been avoided, and Roger Clough need never have gone to Washington"); one-page The Big Bite: A Column by Norman Mailer; Esquire's 2nd Annual Dubious Achivements Awards for 1962; fiction After the Storm by John Updike; End of the Sweet Parade by Federico Fellini ("A great film maker takes a last look at his own creation: Via Veneto, the most notorious street in the world"). Bookseller Inventory # 010206
Title: Esquire: The Magazine for Men (January 1963)
Publisher: Esquire, Inc., Chicago, IL
Publication Date: 1963
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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