Issue: 19610701

Saturday, July 1, 1961
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THE BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION: CUTTY SARK
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THE BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION
CUTTY SARK
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, Inc.
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB, Inc.
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JULES BERMAN & ASSOCIATES INC.
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JULES BERMAN & ASSOCIATES INC.
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LANVIN
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PUBLISHER’S PAGE
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Recommending an antidote to the hankering for bygone days
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A.G.
IN this issue you will find many features on the subject of sophistication, many of them including, or reflecting, different definitions of the word. And you will find, in at least one major instance, a thoroughgoing contrast between the sophistication of today and that of yesterday—the particular yesterday chosen for comparison being a period of about a quarter century back, when Esquire was very young and Vanity Fair was moribund.
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THE PAPER MATE CO.
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THE PAPER MATE CO.
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Kings Men
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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More! More! More comments by Gore Vidal; more about Basic and Baroque worry; more parody by Meehan; more Friedrich Duerrenmatt; more Milton Glaser illustrations; and more Alberto Moravia (even though the interview did fall completely flat).
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TRAVEL
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The Sophistication of Travel: Mexico
Knowledgeability, experience and cultivated tastes are requirements for its appreciation
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RICHARD JOSEPH
<p>THE traveling sophisticate is often a sophisticated traveler, but this doesn’t automatically follow. Enlightened travel is an art, and like all other arts it requires for its appreciation knowledgeability, experience and cultivated tastes.</p>
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
Writers’ New York
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SAUL BELLOW’S Herzog, beginning on page 116, is part of his next novel, as yet uncompleted. When it is, Viking will publish it, probably with the same title, sometime next year. What appear here are the first fifty or sixty pages of the novel manuscript, and according to Rust Hills, our Fiction Editor, it is “far and away the best thing Bellow’s done—and as Bellow is our best American writer, that means a lot.
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STITZEL-WELLER DISTILLERY
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STITZEL-WELLER DISTILLERY
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AMSTEL AMERICAN CORPORATION: Amstel
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AMSTEL AMERICAN CORPORATION
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TRAVEL NOTES
Speciallies of the land
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RICHARD JOSEPH
SHOULD you be interested in flying down to Mexico from northeastern cities to savor some of the sophistication described on pages 13, 14 and 15 of this issue, you have the choice of going direct, or combining your trip to Mexico with visits to other parts of the U. S. along the way.
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DINING IN/OUT WITH ESQUIRE
When the food is without quest ion, the remaining consideration is the at mosphere—and your mood
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EVERY time we go to O. Henry’s Steak House in Greenwich Village we think we’ll ask Vito DiLucia or his son Gilbert how they happened to start a new business venture in a field in which neither had had experience, but somehow we never do. The question is an interesting one, however.
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WORLD TOBACCO CO., INC.
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FILMS
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FILMS
The new cinema, the old nonsense
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DWIGHT MACDONALD
THE Roman-Biblical spectacular, like the dinosaur, combines a very large body with a very small brain. Unlike the dinosaur, it has shown great survival power, perhaps because no more advanced form of cinematic life has yet moved into its natural habitat, the movie palaces.
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NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS COMPANY
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RECORDINGS
Janos Starker; intelligent musician, great master of the 'cello
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MARTIN MAYER
EVERY SO often an artist appears who dominates his instrument in the minds of a generation, and usually you spot him young. There was never much doubt about Casals, or Heifetz, or Segovia, or Landowska. And there is not much doubt today about the thirty-seven-year-old Hungarian-American Janos Starker, a great master of the ’cello, a most intelligent musician, and a personality of considerable force.
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COMMENT
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COMMENT
On a few personal horizons: colorful, limited, limitless
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GORE VIDAL
SINCE what seems the original publication of The Scarlet Letter, the book reviews of Orville Prescott have made gaudy the otherwise impeccable greyness of The New York Times. Until now he has been spared criticism on the ground that, since few people seriously interested in writing read him, he can neither harm nor help a literary reputation.
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.
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"My personal tastes vary from those of the curators"
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THE TAYLOR WINE COMPANY. INC.
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THE TAYLOR WINE COMPANY. INC.
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BOOK REVIEWS
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BOOK REVIEWS
Spark lers for July: Iwo burn brightly
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DOROTHY PARKER
IT seems that there is always a public panting for the publication of books about those troubled in the head—not, you understand, the pronouncedly psychotic or even the studiously wacky, but the dwellers in a personal cloud country of depressions and dations, slow tears and sudden laughter, reluctance to get to work of any sort and complete absorption in what goes on inside their skulls, for their world stops outside them.
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Prod. Co.: Gilbey's
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Gilbey's
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VERSE
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JAMES MATHESON
Out of what weird potpourri Evolved the thing you know as me, Out of what primeval goo Emerged the one I know as you? CAMOUFLAGE Be you a sinner, be you a saint, Make-up can make you whichever you ain't.
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THE NEW SOPHISTICATION
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I. GAUGING THE POSSIBILITIES, and suggesting how such diverse types as Joe McCarthy, F.D.R., Stalin, Hitler and John F. Kennedy have used sophistication with varying degrees of success.
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RICHARD H. ROYERE
Politics, Bismarck is said to have said, is the art of the possible. Nothing, on the one hand, could be more obvious; nothing, on the other, could be closer to the height of sophistication. There is, after all, no art of the impossible, and there are other disciplines — engineering, for example — in which the essential calculations are of feasibility.
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THE NEW SOPHISTICATION
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II. SCANNING THE CHANGE from the Edwardian Room of the Plaza Hotel—for fifty-four years a symbol of American sophistication—to the New Order, eight examples of which follow
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THE NEW SOPHISTICATION
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III. DEFINING THE TERM (so-phis' ti-ca' tion), and explaining why it is an urban phenomenon, requiring personal awareness and an association with money
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STEPHEN WHITE
MISREPRESENTATION is not to be lightly regarded, and it might be well to begin by establishing the general nature of the inquiry. It deals with sophistication, which is a slippery kind of notion. As a word, I am sure that it has a well-documented lineage, and that it is derived from two or more Greek words meaning something or other.
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JUST PLAIN FOLK
Some prominent New Sophisticates who have finally made it through Culture Gap
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BILL MURPHY
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THE NEW SOPHISTICATION
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IV. A FAREWELL TO YESTERDAY WHEN YOU COULDN'T CARE LESS, when orgies were fashionable, politics dull, and the moral imperative demanded that you be only chic, gay, witty and br clever
HELEN LAWRENSON
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BACK in the Thirties, the word was often applied to people who always drank champagne with dinner, never went to the theatre except on Opening Nights, were invited to Condé Nast’s parties, knew all the Harlem after-hours spots, were dressed to the teeth from eight p.m. on, and were on first-name terms with (a) Tallulah Bankhead or (b) Noel Coward.
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SIMPLE DIVERSIONS FOR COMPLICATED PEOPLE
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Sophisticated FUN & GAMES
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Answer these questions and see: 1. Have you gained more than 75 pounds since your marriage? 2. Do you, when drinking milk from the refrigerator, wipe off the lip of the bottle before, and not after you've drunk? 3. Do you lock the bathroom door? 4. Do you have to lock the bathroom door?
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"I'm talking about violent overthrow, bombings, terror in the streets—and you keep talking about balance of credit, loans from friendly powers, gross national product! What kind of a revolutionist are you?"
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ARTICLES
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A Man's Version of the Sophisticated Lady
Somewhere out there, they’re digging up ruins in Crete, dispensing medicine in Nairobi, or studying Zen in Kyoto
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Dan Wakefield
<p>THE first sophisticated young woman I ever met was Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatshy. I was going to school in Indiana at the time, and had known the word “sophisticated” primarily as a synonym for “stuck-up,” and therefore a term of denunciation.</p>
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A Lady's Version of the Sophisticated Man
Somewhere out there, they’re taking pills, reading the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, and cultivating the ladies
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Marya Mannes
<p>IF I said that the sophisticated man was what the sophisticated woman wanted, I would be begging trouble. Many a simple girl has yearned for a worldly lover, and many a complicated and polished woman has rushed into the arms of a simple brute.</p>
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"African comrades are all right, I guess, as long as they remember their place!"
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IN THE YEAR 1960, AMERICANS SPENT $328,200,000,000, OR AN AVERAGE OF $1,823 EACH. SOME WENT FOR NEW HOMES, SOME FOR CARS, SOME FOR TRAVEL, SOME FOR HI-FI, AND CONSIDERABLE FOR The Affluent Dog
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SAREL EIMERL
To anyone who is serious about keeping up with the latest in canine fashion, the annual Westminster Kennel Club show at Madison Square Garden is a must. Approximately four hundred and fifty dog shows are held every year in the United States, but Westminster is by all odds the ritziest.
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THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
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DESIGNS FOR A MASS LEISURE 1965
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In 1960, Americans earned over four hundred billion dollars. A good part of this sum was used to continue the boom in products designed almost exclusively for leisure living: boats, high fidelity, swimming pools, second cars, second houses and so on.
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ARTICLES
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Vogueland
People are talking about that marvelous place for the ladies, where things are always amusing, fun or verve-y
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GAY TALESE
<p>A group of suave and wrinkle-proof women who call each other “dear” or “dahling,” and can speak in italics and swear in French, move into Manhattan’s Graybar Building each weekday morning, elevate to the nineteenth floor, and then slip behind their desks at <i>Vogue</i>—a magazine that has long been the supreme symbol of sophistication for every American female who ever dreamed of being bedecked by Balenciaga, shod by Roger Vivier, coiffed by Kenneth, or set free to swing from the Place Vendôme in Maidenform mink.</p>
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Who's in Among the Analysts
OR HOW TO TELL ONE FROM THE OTHER BEFORE YOU SETTLE FOR THE COUCH
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BROCK BROWER
<p>THAT first couch was of horsehair. Pyramided high with pillows. Berggasse 19, Wien IX. (“After the—well, later when the Professor is no longer with us,” the porter said one day to the poetess H.D. on her way to her fifty-five-minute “hour,” “they will call it Freudgasse.”</p>
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WEARABLES
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FONDA'S CHOICE...
the wardrobe finesse of Henry Fonda
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Nebraska-born Henry Fonda may have begun his career playing homespun, bucolic types, but today he epitomizes the sophisticated city man—witness his role of the Kerr-ageous theatre reviewer in the 1960-61 Broadway season’s Critic’s Choice.
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WEARABLES
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SUITABLE SELECTION
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Neither a pace-setter nor inflexibly traditional, Mr. Fonda chooses those clothes which suit him best, assuredly the mark of the Esquire-defined sophisticate. A frequent traveler to Europe, his wardrobe fuses elements of domestic-derived and Continent-inspired silhouettes.
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OUTGROWTH OF THE OCCASION
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One of the brightest of 1934’s New Faces, Mr. Fonda first triumphed on Broadway in The Farmer Takes a Wife. In one of the rarer displays of Hollywood sagacity, he repeated the role on the screen, immediately establishing a firm filmland foothold.
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WEARABLES
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ENTRANCE REQUIREMENT
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Photographed in his home in Manhattan’s East Seventies, Henry Fonda, with a look of effortless good taste, has quite obviously shaken the Hollywood-strewn hayseed from his distinguished touched-with-grey hair—a far cry from such earthy portrayals as Wyatt Earp, the young Abe Lincoln, the saturnine Tom Joad or The Deputy, the TV series in which he has recently been tinstarred.
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VARIA TIONS ON THE THEME
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VARIATIONS ON THE THEME
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The Sophistication of Science
Featuring the removable stomach, the machine that makes itself smaller and the wonderful brain tester
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Leonard Engel
ONE day about two years ago, a young University of Minnesota surgeon named Richard C. Lillehei removed the stomach from a dog, placed the excised organ in a refrigerated solution for several hours, then put it back in place. The dog recovered nicely from the experiment (which had been carried out in the course of a technical study in abdominal surgery), as did other animals on which the operation was performed.
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VARIATIONS ON THE THEME
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The Sophistication of Sex
Among the fallen idols, virginity, chastity, and repression
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David Boroff
<p>WHAT has happened to sex during the last fifteen years? Among those over thirty-five, there is a feeling, half-envious and halfappalled, that the younger generation is calmly but insatiably erotic. What was tense sexual melodrama twenty years ago seems to be little more than reflex action today.</p>
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VARIATIONS ON THE THEME
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The Sophistication of Law
Short cut from a natural state of innocence to the land of worldly wisdom
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Dean Acheson
<p>LAW,” said Edmund Burke, “sharpens a man’s mind by narrowing it.” This was witty, but only a half truth. The study and practice of law does—though not always—sharpen the mind, but not by narrowing it. Despite the metaphor of the grindstone, it does so rather by alerting it.</p>
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VARIATIONS ON THE THEME
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AE and the Hell with It!
No longer is every picture worth a thousand words
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ANTHONY BAILEY
<p>SOMEWHERE in the midst of Stanislavsky and The Method, of Freud and Reich’s orgone, of the anti-novel and the anti-play and the anti-hero—somewhere, that is, amid aspects of twentiethcentury culture best appreciated by actors, psychoanalysts, and writers, looms Abstract Expressionism, or anti-art; a vehicle much appreciated by artists, whose liberation it has allegedly caused.</p>
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VARIATIONS ON THE THEME
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The Sophistication of Violence
AN EVER-HANDY REFERENCE MANUAL TO THE SELECTION, DISPATCHMENT AND DISPOSAL, WITH TASTE, OF A LIKELY VICTIM
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ALFRED HITCHCOCK
<p>Do not choose from among those persons who only affect you emotionally. Murder out of spite or from a sense of irony is the measure of a small mind. Art, after all, is what separates us from the jungle beast. Murdering when mad causes the deed to take on the bothersome aspects of an obligation, rather than serving to reward one, as it should, with the satisfaction of a hard job well done.</p>
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FEATURES
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The New Lost Generation
IN 1961, WHAT EUROPE STILL GIVES THE AMERICAN EXPATRIATE IS THE SANCTION, IF ONE CAN ACCEPT IT, TO BECOME ONESELF
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JAMES BALDWIN
<p>THIS is an extremely difficult record to assess. Perhaps it begins for me in 1946, when my best friend took his life. He was an incandescent Negro boy of twenty-four, whose future, it had seemed to all of us, would unfailingly be glorious. He and I were Socialists, as were most of our friends, and we dreamed of this utopia, and worked toward it.</p>
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FICTION
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Herzog
In which the troubles of Job are inflicted on the uncomforted wisdom of a modern Moses
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SAUL BELLOW
<p>If I am out of my mind, it’s all right with me, thought Moses Herzog. </p><p>Not so long ago he had been accused of insanity, and he himself had doubted that he was all there. But now, though behaving oddly, he felt confident, cheerful, strong, clairvoyant and happy.</p>
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119
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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120
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THE OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO.
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THE OLD CROW DISTILLERY CO.
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121
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Charles Doppelt & Company
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Charles Doppelt & Company
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122
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Old Spice
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Esquire_19610701_0056_001_0082.xml
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123
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BLANC & CO.
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BLANC & CO.
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123
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cartoon
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"Just keep giving me presents like this—I'll let you know when I love you!"
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124
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DU PONT
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DU PONT
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Esquire_19610701_0056_001_0086.xml
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124
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THE AMERICAN THERMOS PRODUCTS COMPANY
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THE AMERICAN THERMOS PRODUCTS COMPANY
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124
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Esquire_19610701_0056_001_0088.xml
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125
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SCHIEFFELIN & CO.: TEACHER’S
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SCHIEFFELIN & CO.
TEACHER’S
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126
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126
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Schieffelin & Co.
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Schieffelin & Co.
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126
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127
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BRANDY DIST. CO.
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BRANDY DIST. CO.
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127
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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BERNARD GEIS ASSOCIATES
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BERNARD GEIS ASSOCIATES
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THE AMERICAN DISTILLING CO., INC.
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THE AMERICAN DISTILLING CO., INC.
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO. LTD.
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO. LTD.
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Dr. Scholl’s, Inc.
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Dr. Scholl’s, Inc.
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ESQUIRE
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS, INC.
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SCOTT PUBLICATIONS, INC.
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135,136,137,138
TALKING SHOP
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TALKING SHOP WITH ESQUIRE
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VIRGINIA REILLY
Everyone wants a vacation in July because it’s the month all doers and goers take off like birds to fun places. The seashore, higher elevations and waterways are jumping with activity. So, don’t be a do-nothing or stay-at-home in the good old summertime, get up and go!
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Esquire HOBBY DEN
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TO THE SANDS HOTEL
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TO THE SANDS HOTEL
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Marlboro
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