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New Yorker Magazine - March 11, 1985 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - March 11, 1985 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 11, 1985 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: March 11, 1985
Page Count: 138 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Fear of Math by Peter Cameron. Julie moved to N.Y. early last summer&sublet a huge apartment from her friend Alyssa. In order to start an M.B.A. program in the fall, she had to take a calculs class. She took a 3-week course in July that met 6 hours a day, taught by Stephen...

Profiles THE STAFFS OF LIFE V-THE FUTURE OF THE PLANET by E. J. Kahn. PROFILE of soybeans. Long beginning about world hunger. Contemporary farmers can produce enough food to provide above the minimum amount of calories required for an adequate diet. It is the distribution and storage of food that is the problem. More humans are consistently hungry and malnourished than ever before, and...

Books by Susan Lardner.

The Diplomatic Round A SMALL WINDOW by John Newhouse. THE DIPLOMATIC ROUND about the Middle East. Western diplomats reproach Arabs, including the moderate ones, for refusing to recognize Israel's sovereignty & for being unable to work out a plausible approach to peace negotiations. For quite a long time the focus of diplomats' frustration was Israel's rejection of the territory...

Comment by Lawrence Weschler. A strange double game is going on in Washington, D.C., these days with regard to the Reagan Administration's Nicaragua policy. At his news conference on Feb. 21st, the President celebrated the Contras as"freedom fighters&lovers of freedom&democracy," while calling the Sandinistas Communist totalitarians. He implied that...

The Talk of the Town Frenzy by William McKibben. Talk story about a"fritter festival"at Rogers&Barbero, a restaurant in Chelsea. The writer thinks fritters could be the birth of a new trend, though the press party turned into a dinner for four. At the restaurant were Pat Rogers, Bob Barbero, a friend of theirs&writer...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Fiction Country Music by Wright Morris. The night before, Durkin had watched "Coal Miner's Daughter" on TV. He liked the scenes of the poor family, but was troubled when the daughter left home to become a singer. Durkin made his living installing automatic garage doors, and had a home-maintenance service on the side. His wife...

Reflections REVOLUTION II-THE DEAD FLAME by Ryszard Kapuscinski. REFLECTIONS about Iran's Mohammed Reza Pahlavi's fall from power. The Shah violated his limit&passed sentence on himself through a newspaper article in the Teheran newspaper Eta'alaat on Jan. 7, 1978, where he attacked Ayatollah Khomei ni, who was the idol&conscience of the people. In Qom, the...

The Talk of the Town Downtown by William McKibben. Second part of a two part Talk story. Writer talked to Johnny Maestro, the lead singer of the rock band The Brooklyn Bridge, at a concert at South Street Seaport. Maestro told the writer about his career. He started in 1956, singing with a group of neighborhood guys. Their first...

The Current Cinema GOLDEN KIMONOS by Pauline Kael.

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Poetry North Africa: Preparations For An Evening by Daniel Halpern. The light is Spanish on the Moroccan back streets...

Poetry Winter Geese by L. S. Asekoff. Fringed with dark, patched fields glow...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 11, 1985 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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