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New Yorker Magazine - June 11, 1984 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
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New Yorker Magazine - June 11, 1984 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 11, 1984 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: J. J. Sempe
Publication Date: June 11, 1984
Page Count: 124 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town Sketches by William McKibben. Talk story about "Zot!", a brand-new comic-book series, drawn and written by twenty-four-year-old Scott McCloud, the youngest comic-book artist around. The comic-book is distributed nationwide by Eclipse Comics of Staten Island. Writer went to interview Mr. McCloud at his studio in Tarrytown. He...

Fiction Silverfish by Robb Forman Dew. Claudia and Avery Parks had an eleven-year-old daughter named Jane. Jane was supposed to spend the night at her friend Diana's house, but said she wasn't sure if she wanted to go. The night before, Claudia and Avery had gone to a party. Avery had gotten drunk and...

The Talk of the Town Giant Crabs by Emily Hahn. Talk story about the Aquarium on Coney Island and its cove labelled "Creatures of the Deep." Writer saw two tanks with two giant crabs in each of them and read a sign that explained that the giant spider crab of Japan is the largest crab in the world. The giant...

Fiction The New Age by James Kaplan. Horowitz is a divorced, thirty-two-year-old man, working for an electronic toy manufacturing company. He has been entrusted with the job of buying a new copy machine for his office. The old machine is banged up and severely outdated, the way Horowitz feels about himself. He has trouble...

Centennial Pre-Centennial by Wallace White. Talk story about a dinner dance at the Red Parrot, on West 57th Street, marking the opening of the American Academy of Dramatic Art's hundredth year as the oldest training school for actors in the English-speaking world. Its roster of former students includes many very famous names and its...

Annals of Discourse THE HARVARD BLACK ROCK FOREST by George W. S. Trow. ANNALS OF DISCOURSE about forestry and the Harvard Black Rock Forest, a tract of 3,800 acres which was developed as a OdemonstrationO forest by Dr. Ernest G. Stillman, a benefactor of Harvard. He endowed the forest and left it to the university at his death in 1949. In response to...

The Current Cinema A BREEZE, A BAWD, A BOUNTY by Pauline Kael.

Portrait Sketches (part2) by William McKibben. Talk story about Annette Lombard, an artist who sketches charcoal portraits of people at the corner of Sixth Avenue and West Fourth Street. Writer spoke with her as she sketched. To have one's portrait sketched takes twenty minutes and costs twenty dollars. Miss Lombard has been doing this for twenty...

Comment by William McKibben. The adjective "ugly" doesn't get around much anymoreNit has a restrictive range. Now that the word is not being constantly drained when somebody does put it to use, it will pack some wallop. There are things we all must do. When our legs get tired we must sit down, and...

Books by George Steiner.

Our Far-Flung Correspondents A REPORT FOR MR. BRYANT by Calvin Trillin. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about South American barbecue in Brazil, Argentina, and Uruaguay. Kansas City's most renowned barbecue man was Arthur Bryant, a quiet, self-assured black man from Texas, who died in his restaurant a couple of years ago, at the age of eighty. The writer, who is from...

Poetry Extra Innings by Arthur Smith. Back then the ballpark grass was so overgrown and sweet-smelling, I think/I could...

Poetry A Glimpse of Proserpina by John Hollander. Clear, early mornings as I stride...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 11, 1984 - Cover by J. J. Sempe

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