Show: The Magazine of the Arts (Vol. III No. 9, September 1963) [Formerly "The Magazine of the Performing Arts"]

Hartford, Huntington (President), Frank Gibney (Publisher), Marvin Barrett (Managing Editor), and Hartford Publications, Inc.

Published by Hartford Publications, Inc., New York, 1963
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Title: Show: The Magazine of the Arts (Vol. III No....

Publisher: Hartford Publications, Inc., New York

Publication Date: 1963

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1st Edition


A large, glossy-paged magazine measuring 10-1/4" by 13" and containing 126 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in lightly worn covers; small chip to upper outer narrow spine edge; tiny hole throughout half of the issue, not affecting text or pagination. Highlights iinclude: Asia Ahoy! An Informal Guide to the Pacific and the East by Judith Friedberg; "I Just Want To Be Myself" by Lena Horne; Crisis: A New Kind of Television Goes Backstage with History (a documentary photospread covering "the story of the attempt of Governor George Wallace to prevent two Negro students from registering at the summer session of the State University at Tuscaloosa"); Frederick Waugh: Painter of the Sea by Nan Rosenthal; Have the "Old Boys" Had It? by Anthony Sampson ("The author of 'The Anatomy of Britain' discusses the long-range effects of the Profumo case on the Establishment"); The Real Virginia Woolf by Leonard Woolf ("In two passages from 'Beginning Again,' the forthcoming third volume of his autobiography, Leonard Woolf gives an unforgettable picture of his famous, talented and tragic wife"); The Last of the Giants by Douglas Wood (on Richard Mansfield); How to Collect Primitive Art by Allen Wardwell; The Bluebottle by Valeriy Tarsis ("Part II: Concluding an extraordinary novel about life inside Soviet society, in which a scholar protests the decay of a political system and sets in motion his own appalling fate"). Bookseller Inventory # 010140

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