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New Yorker Magazine - December 7, 1987 - Cover by Iris Van Rynbach
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 7, 1987 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine has been carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover.


Cover artist: Iris Van Rynbach
Publication Date: December 7, 1987
Page Count: 194 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Street Scene by Ellen Pall. Talk story about an under graduate production of Elmer Rice's 1929 Pulizer Prize-winning play, "Street Scene". The matinee was the brainchild of Kay Matschullat, a busy young woman who wasthe show's guest director. Writer attended a Saturday afternoon matinee at N.Y.U.'s Tisch School of the Arts along with...

The Theatre THREE OF A KIND by Edith Oliver.

Books by Daniel J. Kevles.

The Sporting Scene GET OUT YOUR HANDKERCHIEFS by Roger Angell. THE SPORTING SCENE about the victory of the Minnesota Twins in the World Series, over the Cardinals, 4 games to 3... The Cards led both leagues in runs scored, by the time of the All-Star break, while their masterful pitching by contrast, was looking a little frayed; most of...

The Art World (The Art Galleries) by Sanford Schwartz.

The Talk of the Town Jack's Girl by Cynthia Kadohata. The writer talked to a ghost once but he didn't talk back. She asked the ghost questions and then told him she hated him. The ghost was her father who had died a month earlier. It happened in Arizona about 10 years ago when she was 20. Her father-whom...

Reflections REMEMBERING by William Pfaff. REFLECTINS about dealing with past history, especially in the Soviet Union. The Germans must live with the astounding and all but unbelievable events of 1933-45. Since the early 70s the past has been more or less honestly faced up to in France: collaboration with Nazism, betrayals within the Resistance. The...

Comment by Daniel Ford. Junk bonds may be selling slowly on Wall St. these days, but the White House is still eager to have the federal government underwrite one extremely high-risk venture. President Reagan evidently remains willing to gamble the better part of a trillion dollars on the missle-defense program known as...

The Talk of the Town On Display by Susan Orlean. A talk story about Steven Jenkins, a sign-writing junior partner at Fairways, a busy produce market near 74th St... Steven Jenkins' grandfather, Adolph Mayer has a big beefsteak tomato named for him. "The Adolph Mayer is a really wonderful tomato," Mr. Jenkins told us the other day, when we...

The Talk of the Town And Joy by Adam Gopnik. Talk story about a Salvation Army concert to open their Christmas drive, held on the balustrade of the now-dry fountain at Grand Army Plaza... Writer was in a foul mood because the tailor at the Bergdorf Goodman alterations department phoned to say "Your cuff has shredded," which the writer...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Womb Ward by Doris Lessing. This story takes place in a ward for gynecological problems at a London hospital. There were 8 beds in a large room. Seven of the women had or would have operations or other treatment. No one was seriously ill & more joking went on there than in any other kind...

Poetry On the List by John N. Morris. As Who Isn't? his snobbery protests...

Poetry John Muir Remembers Eliza Hendricks by Christianne Balk. Eliza, if...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 7, 1987 - Cover by Iris Van Rynbach


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