Issue: 19770401

Friday, April 1, 1977
April
4
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87
Monday, February 1, 2016
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Articles
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Esquire
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0001.xml
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AUSTIN, NICHOLS & CO.: CAMPARI & TONIC
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AUSTIN, NICHOLS & CO.
CAMPARI & TONIC
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0002.xml
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Aramis Inc.
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Aramis Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0003.xml
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2,3
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Hart Services, Inc.
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Hart Services, Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0004.xml
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GM: Chevrolet
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GM
Chevrolet
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0005.xml
tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0006.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0007.xml
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Clarks
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Clarks
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0008.xml
masthead
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Esquire
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0009.xml
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Bavarian Motor Works
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Bavarian Motor Works
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0010.xml
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8,9
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0011.xml
article
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The Coast
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Catching the Next Trend
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John Gregory Dunne
<p>I used to spend a lot of time in piano bars when I first came to Los Angeles. The reason I spent so much time in piano bars was the trend spotter. Trend spotting is a job category peculiar to New York magazines, particularly The New York Times Magazine.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0012.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0013.xml
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13
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Sears, Roebuck and Company
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Sears, Roebuck and Company
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0014.xml
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14,15
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The Florsheim Shoe Company
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The Florsheim Shoe Company
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0015.xml
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Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith Inc.
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Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0016.xml
article
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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G.N.
Every genius has a theme, and with our art director, Michael Gross, that theme appears to be dogs. Look at page 106, where you will see, in a photograph accompanying The Love Songs of Roy Blount Jr., a dog wearing earmuffs. A basset hound, in fact.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0017.xml
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DINERS CLUB
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DINERS CLUB
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0018.xml
article
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20,24
Book Watch
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You’ve Got To Say One Thing About God: He sells books
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D. Keith Mano
<p>We meet in a Grand Union parking lot. I can’t tell you just where. He’s a superstar publisher of Christian evangelical books; call him the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost was almighty reluctant to speak with me. (Both of them are, if truth be told.) Let’s say he doesn’t feel comfortable in lesbian-ordaining New York: Genesis 3 says a lot, none of it favorable, about the Big Apple.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0019.xml
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Rolex Watch,_U.S.A. Inc.
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Rolex Watch,_U.S.A. Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0020.xml
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22,23
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U.S. PIONEER EIECIRONICS CORP.
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U.S. PIONEER EIECIRONICS CORP.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0021.xml
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Karman Communications
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Karman Communications
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0022.xml
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26,27
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Fuji.
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Fuji.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0023.xml
article
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Media
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The revitalization of Clay Filter: Yet another passage
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Nora Ephron
The Fractious Fifties On the surface, Clay Filter would appear to have had everything he had ever wanted. (His name is fictitious.) The ginger-haired magazine editor might not have wanted the middleaged spread that occasionally caused his shirt buttons to pop off, but otherwise he had achieved his life’s dream.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0024.xml
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PAN AM
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PAN AM
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0025.xml
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30
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TRETORN
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TRETORN
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0026.xml
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Sony Corp.
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Sony Corp.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0027.xml
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Eorthquest Ltd.: Ultimate Diet Wafers
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Eorthquest Ltd.
Ultimate Diet Wafers
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0028.xml
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McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY
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McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0029.xml
article
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34,35,36,40
Washington
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The Man Who Called Walter Cronkite a Spy
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TAYLOR BRANCH
<p>Walter Cronkite went on the radio January 23, 1976, to denounce “phony journalists” for cooperating with the U.S. government and thereby soiling the profession. Walter was not his usual affable self. He was hotter than Isaiah as he held the sinner up to public scorn:</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0030.xml
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AUSTIN, NICHOLS DISTILLING CO.: Turkey Liqueur
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AUSTIN, NICHOLS DISTILLING CO.
Turkey Liqueur
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0031.xml
article
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Poetry
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IN ZURICH
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G.T. WRIGHT
Now they've moved Nora near him, let them go earthwise, wherever. To whom can they matter, these mounds? The great bear effigy we saw in Iowa, cleared for everyone's climb and look, connected more. But why should any of it arrest us so, except as burial practice, getting set to learn, near woods and water, schemes of repose? What’s helped before, this side—the taking measure of worlds we don't know quite what to make of—may still count for something when the final oddness comes like a bear and calls, as the dark loses lucidity, “Move nearer, Nora . . . whoever . . ."
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0032.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: Camel Filters
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Camel Filters
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0033.xml
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Jaymar-Ruby, Inc.
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Jaymar-Ruby, Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0034.xml
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ROLFS
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ROLFS
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0035.xml
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.: Bombay Gin
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
Bombay Gin
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0036.xml
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41
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Datsun
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Datsun
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0037.xml
article
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42,62
Getting There
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Bringing back the goods
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Stephen Birnbaum
Anyone who has ever tried to squeeze six souvenir-stuffed bags under an airplane seat knows that shopping abroad is no idle enterprise. Tourists see shopping as a sacred right (and rite), and many otherwise rational people begin to quiver perceptibly the minute they’re within sniffing distance of the Rue du Faubourg St.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0038.xml
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BROWNE VINTNERS
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BROWNE VINTNERS
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0039.xml
article
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44,46
Games
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This Half, Go Out There and Make Statements!
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Roy Blount Jr.
<p>Feature this: A pitcher dissipates only lightly, gets to the park on time, avoids fistfights with his mates, keeps his head in the game, always gives at least one hundred ten, one hundred twenty percent. Only one thing: he insists on wearing his late father’s beat-up old fishing hat on the mound.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0040.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: Winston
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0041.xml
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47
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GENERAL WlNE & SPIRITS CO.
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GENERAL WlNE & SPIRITS CO.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0042.xml
article
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48,50,52
Outdoors
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Vermont, Through a Thermopane Window
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Geoffrey Wolff
<p>A year ago, and about a year after I removed my family from a university town to this Mad River Valley in Vermont, I sat at my desk ruminating about a poet, Ted Hughes, who feels kinship with wild animals, especially predators. By a happy coincidence, as I sat and thought, my own local predator gave voice, and I put it to use, thus : “As I write I can hear a coyote moan and call.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0043.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0044.xml
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Palmer & Lord, Ltd.
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Palmer & Lord, Ltd.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0045.xml
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G. H. Bass & Co.: CLASSIC WEEJUNS
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G. H. Bass & Co.
CLASSIC WEEJUNS
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0046.xml
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Advertisement: puritan
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puritan
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0047.xml
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PUERTO RIAN RUMS: white rum
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PUERTO RIAN RUMS
white rum
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0048.xml
article
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54,58,60,62
Grits
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Poaching Gators for Fun and Profit
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HARRY CREWS
<p> There was no moon at all and it was about as black as a night ever gets, but that didn’t bother us because we had a light and a gator’s eyes from a hundred yards away are as big as half-dollars and shine like fire. We would have been in an airboat, but Hank, the poacher I was with, had blown a piston in his earlier in the week, so we were in a sixteen-foot Boston Whaler powered by a fifty-horse Johnson outboard, which was all he could put his hand on just then.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0049.xml
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Quality Mills, Inc.
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Quality Mills, Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0050.xml
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56,57
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Philip Morris Inc.: MERIT 100’s
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Philip Morris Inc.
MERIT 100’s
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0051.xml
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58
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Verde
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Verde
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0052.xml
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ENCOUNTER
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ENCOUNTER
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0053.xml
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Superscope, Inc.
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Superscope, Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0054.xml
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Arrow
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Arrow
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0055.xml
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Burlington Socks/Adler
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Burlington Socks/Adler
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0056.xml
article
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SOUND AND FURY
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SOUND AND FURY
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Bruce Jay Friedman (The Lonely Guy Apartment, January) is way too funny to be an honest-to-God Lonely Guy; he must be a fake. But keep him coming in your magazine, and I’ll subscribe for at least twenty years. Kay Cunningham Hickory, N.C. Bruce Jay Friedman claimed with dubious whimsy that Sandor Ferenczi killed himself.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0057.xml
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Harry Winston, Inc.
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Harry Winston, Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0058.xml
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66
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Miles Laboratories, Inc.: Alka-Seltzer
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Miles Laboratories, Inc.
Alka-Seltzer
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0059.xml
article
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67,68,69,70,71
TTHE HOLLYWOOD HEADLINE
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Turning News Into Movies: The Making Of the Deal
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The hottest-selling items in Hollywood these days are sequels and headlines. There was a time when studios and producers took chances and risked a lot of money on an original script or an unknown actor. They’d spend their time talking about their commitment to new talent and the pursuit of art.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0060.xml
article
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72,73,74,149,150,151,152
TTHE HOLLYWOOD HEADLINE
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Who's Turning What Into Movies?
A report on Hollywood's headline machine
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Mitch Tuchman
<p>Instant everything. Instant books and instant movies, instant celebrities and instant producers. Instant deals, GARY GILMORE FIRES LAWYER, HIRES AGENT. Headlines become the movies. Half the work of exploiting an idea has been done. A businessman knows a bargain when he sees it.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0061.xml
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75,144,145
TTHE HOLLYWOOD HEADLINE
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Turning You Into Movies
Who —besides you—owns the rights to your life?
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Charles Rembar
Karen Quinlan, Patty Hearst, Melvin Dummar, Peter Reilly, Lt. Col. Nethanyahu and Idi Amin, Carl Bernstein and Robert Woodward, Gary Gilmore. Good guys, bad guys, in-between guys—they all have this in common : a film or a book is being made about them, or has been made, or is planned.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0062.xml
article
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76,77,78,79,80
FEATURES
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Convertibles: On a New Age Dawning
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Jim Williams
Just seven years ago, Detroit’s automobile manufacturers offered 375 models to the public. When new cars were introduced this past fall, there were 295, often with little more than chrome trim and nameplates to distinguish one model from another.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0063.xml
article
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81,82,83,84,132,134,136,138,140
ARTICLES
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Inside Subs
Nuclear missiles may or may not be with us forever. But while they are, how would you like to live right next door to one?
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Tom Buckley
<p>The car followed a road that ran between a broad tidal river and thick woods. Cypress and swamp oak furred with Spanish moss. A sailor in whites drove. He steered with one hand and in the other he held a microphone, into which he murmured. The admiral and I sat in back.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0064.xml
article
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85
cartoon
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“So I was sitting there one day, you know, just reading the newspaper and suddenly it hit me."
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0065.xml
article
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86,87,88,89
FEATURES
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Wake Up little Su-u-shi Wake Up!
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Mary Ann Crenshaw
<p>Okay, that’s a silly title, but we had to get your attention. If we had suggested right off that we intended to talk about something good for you, would you have read any further? But Japanese food is good for you. And business is booming. There are almost as many Japanese restaurants in the U.S. as there are transistor radios—one hundred fifty in New York City alone.</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0066.xml
article
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90,91
KEEPING TRACK
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Horse Nouveau
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0067.xml
article
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92,93,158,159,160
KEEPING TRACK
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DAYS OF WINE AND RACES
How the ponies get into your system
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Andrew Beyer
At three in the morning, the Kid was still chainsmoking in the living room of our Saratoga house, staring transfixed at the Daily Racing Form. His nervousness was understandable. The Kid had recently dropped out of graduate school at The University of Chicago to see if he could make his living as a professional horseplayer.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0068.xml
article
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92,93
KEEPING TRACK
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PSSST! WANNA TIP ON A HOT HORSE?
A guide for the casual fanatic
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Pete Axthelm
Several years ago, a newcomer to horse racing cheered wildly as his horse won the second half of a daily double at Belmont Park. The double paid $80 and the boy held three winning tickets. When the taped replay of the race appeared on the television monitors, he howled again with delight.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0069.xml
article
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94,95
KEEPING TRACK
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SEE HOW THEY RUN!
Six ways to watch your investment
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When your horse is coming from the backstretch through the clubhouse turn, it’s not the time to miss any of the action. All binoculars are classified by a standard system. The numbers are usually on the top and will read 7X35, 7X50, 8X30, etc. The first number indicates the degree of magnification; seven-power binoculars, for instance, make an object seven hundred feet away appear to be only one hundred feet away.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0070.xml
article
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96,97
KEEPING TRACK
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A DAY AT THE SPACES
It's not whether you win or lose, but how you kill the time
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Calvin Trillin
I knew from the moment we arrived at Aqueduct that we were going to have a lot of time on our hands. There was no jazz band. The last time my wife, Alice, and I were at Aqueduct, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band was playing in the park behind the Grand Stand —a sure bet for all the spaces.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0071.xml
article
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98,99,100,101
FEATURES
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How Many Angels Can Dance on Your Head?
Final proof that television shrinks the brain and that Esquire expands it. Sorry, Charlie, but we wear a 7¾
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0072.xml
article
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102,103,104,122,126,128,130,132
FICTION
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Players
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Don DeLillo
The man was there, standing outside Federal Hall, corner of Wall and Nassau. Sweating in a frayed shirt and overused suit, he held a homemade sign over his head, hand-lettered on both sides, political in nature. But down here, in the district, the men gaped only at females.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0073.xml
article
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105,106,107
FEATURES
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The Love Songs of Roy Blount Jr.
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Roy Blount Jr.
Woman is either political or merely generic; A doll or a dame is a dullard. Femme and lass are crass or esoteric ; Lady, I guess, is like colored. Girl, it is argued, is too much like boy. Broad is just used for effect. A bird or a frail’s like a pet or a toy; Tomato connotes disrespect.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0074.xml
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108,109
FEATURES
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Deadly Conversation
Decide early, avoid the crunch: Who do you want to meet when you go up?
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Ralph L. Woods
My first choice would be Adam. How did it feel, after all that time, to set eyes and other things upon the first female creature? Was he surprised by a) the menstrual function, b) her physical changes when she first became pregnant, and c) was he as nervous or more so than most males at the time of the accouchement'? As the children grew older, did they wonder at the absence of an umbilicus, which marked their father as different from them, and one would have to ask what he replied when they said, “Daddy, where did you come from?”
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0075.xml
article
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110,111,112
ARTICLES
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Our Man at Harvard
It was the spring of '42, and boyhood had a few more moments to go
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NORMAN MAILER
<p>Let me tell you about the Somerset Maugham party that we gave at <em>The Advocate</em> in the spring of 1942. The magazine was housed then in a dark grey flat-roofed three-story building across the street from the stern of<em> The Lampoon</em> (and indeed we were much aware of being in their wake—Lampoon editors usually went to <em>Time</em>, ours to oblivion).</p>
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0076.xml
article
113
113
cartoon
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"You can't see Mister Buckbinder and you can't see Mister Murdock. Mister Buckbinder and Mister Murdock worked side by side for twenty-some years, then suddenly yesterday at ten minutes past four Mister Buckbinder shot Mister Murdock. Perhaps I could get an appointment for you to see Mister Carlyle."
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0077.xml
article
114
114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121
FASHION
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How to cheat, lie, and dress to win
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0078.xml
advertisement
123
123
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Kodak: Kodak Ektasound Moviedeck projector
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Kodak
Kodak Ektasound Moviedeck projector
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0079.xml
advertisement
124
124,125
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Greif and Company
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Greif and Company
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0080.xml
advertisement
127
127
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Advertisement: Molson Golden
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Molson Golden
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0081.xml
advertisement
129
129
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HAMMONTON PARK CLOTHES
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HAMMONTON PARK CLOTHES
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0082.xml
advertisement
131
131
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Panasonic
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Panasonic
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0083.xml
advertisement
133
133
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Career Club Shirt Co., Inc.
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Career Club Shirt Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0084.xml
advertisement
135
135
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GENTLEMEN'S QUARTERLY
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GENTLEMEN'S QUARTERLY
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0085.xml
advertisement
137
137
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Resort Representation, Inc.
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Resort Representation, Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0086.xml
advertisement
138
138
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Hotel Navarro
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Hotel Navarro
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0087.xml
advertisement
139
139
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Rite Autotrorncs Corporation
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Rite Autotrorncs Corporation
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0088.xml
advertisement
141
141
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WideLite
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WideLite
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0089.xml
article
142
142,143
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Seven Creepy Cartoons
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0090.xml
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144
144
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OST CRAVATES
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OST CRAVATES
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0091.xml
advertisement
144
144
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HADCO PRODUCTS, INC.
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HADCO PRODUCTS, INC.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0092.xml
advertisement
144
144
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0093.xml
advertisement
145
145
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0094.xml
advertisement
145
145
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0095.xml
article
146
146,148
FICTION
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Coming Close to Donna
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Barry Hannah
Fistfight on the old cemetery. Both of them want Donna, square off, and Donna and I watch from the Lincoln convertible. I’m neutral. I wear sharp clothes and everybody thinks I’m a fag, though it’s not true. The truth is, I’m not all that crazy about Donna, that’s all, and I tend to be sissy of voice.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0096.xml
article
147
147,148
FICTION
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Pete Resists the Man of His Old Room
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Barry Hannah
Who is that?” hissed the woman at the corner. Pete and Tardy were necking. They could never quit. They hardly ever heard. The porch where their bench was was purple and smelly with creeping pot plants. Their child, who was thirty, rode a giant trike specially made, he being, you know, simple, back and forth on the walk, singing : Awwwww.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0097.xml
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149
149
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The Radiola Company
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The Radiola Company
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0098.xml
advertisement
149
149
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THE BARBIZON SCHOOL
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THE BARBIZON SCHOOL
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0099.xml
article
151
151
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Picture Credits
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Picture Credits: Page 68 : New Times cover illustrated by Bill Nelson. Page 69 : Susskind and Yablans, Wide World ; Mengers, Women’s Wear Daily ; Bisset, Camera 5 ; Cash, Photo Trends ; Nicholson, Hoffman, De Niro, Carney, Globe Photos ; Friedkin, U.P.I. Page 70 :
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0100.xml
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151
151
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Advertisements
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0101.xml
article
152
152
cartoon
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"After this evening I don't feel I could possibly go on calling you plain old ‘Miss Marples.’ So how about ‘Moleface’?”
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0102.xml
advertisement
153
153
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LUXOR CORPORATION: LUXOR's Videocassette Console
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LUXOR CORPORATION
LUXOR's Videocassette Console
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0103.xml
article
154
154
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In Help's Way
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Claire Bretecher
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0104.xml
advertisement
155
155
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Wynfield House
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Wynfield House
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0105.xml
advertisement
155
155
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0106.xml
article
156
156,157
FEATURES
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A Floatable Feast
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Joan Hemingway
I’ve often remembered the long days of fishing at sea off the coast of Cuba. My father and mother, my grandfather Ernest, his wife, Mary, and different friends were there. The crew was on board, notably Juan, our first mate and cook. I was seven or eight, wiling away the day as the grown-ups fished, sitting quietly while Mary and Grandpapa answered my endless questions about the sea.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0107.xml
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159
159
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RICHLEE Shoe Company
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RICHLEE Shoe Company
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0108.xml
advertisement
159
159
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HABITATION LECLERC
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HABITATION LECLERC
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0109.xml
article
160
160
cartoon
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"Frernont, no one is interested in seeing your slides."
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0110.xml
advertisement
161
161
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Cosvetic Laboratories Inc.
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Cosvetic Laboratories Inc.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0111.xml
article
162
162
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COMING UP IN MAY ESQUIRE
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You think you know, but are you sure? How can you tell if your friends are for real? Do they like you for yourself, or for what you can do for them? Should they? Some of the best minds of our time wrestle with this tricky, neglected subject. Billy Graham After Watergate What hath it profited a man? The first post-Nixon look at the mighty evangelist.
Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0112.xml
advertisement
163
163
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CHRYSLER: CORDOBA
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CHRYSLER
CORDOBA
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0113.xml
advertisement
164
164
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B & W T CO.
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B & W T CO.
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Esquire_19770401_0087_004_0114.xml