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New Yorker Magazine - November 17, 1980 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
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New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 17, 1980 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: Eugene Mihaesco
Publication Date: November 17, 1980
Page Count: 240 pages
In this issue:

Reflections by George W. S. Trow. REFLECTIONS on American society and the decline of adulthood. History had been the record of growth, conflict and destruction. In the New History, the preferences of a child carried as much weight as the preferences of an adult. The most powerful men were those who most effectively used the power...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Tells about the positions, before Election Day, of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan on the so-called war-and-peace issue. Their positions were contradictory and baffling. But a fog rolled in over the issue and detailed discussion was postponed until after the election. As it happened, though, the submerged...

The Talk of the Town Ceremonies by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about the events surrounding the opening of a new home for the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. The new structure replaces a building that went up in 1905 on 135th St. in Harlem. It is a five-story red brick structure occupying an entire block front...

Fiction Grandmother by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. When Minnie looked in the mirror she found that she looked very much like her Polish-Jewish grandmother. She was small and plump and also happy, and it showed. Sometimes she had to conceal her feelings from her daughter Sandra, who was miserable and resented her mother's good moods. Sandra...

The Talk of the Town Halloween Party by Lillian Ross. Talk story about a letter from a woman we know telling about a Halloween costume party given for a bunch of boys and girls by her 13-year-old son. She itemizes the cost of the party, describes the costumes, the messy way the children consume the party food and...

The Talk of the Town Two Wheels Good, Four Wheels Bad by Alastair Reid. Talk story about The Urban, a small, neat, folding bicycle, designed by Steven Titcomb. It was on display at the Coliseum as part of the exhibition of the publication "Design News". The entire show was called the 1980 Eastern Design Engineering Show. Mr. Titcomb has been working on his bicycle...

The Theatre MISSOURI CIRCUS by Brendan Gill.

Letter from South Korea by Robert Shaplen. Chun is the 49-year-old President of South Korea, a former protege of President Park Chung Hee, who was assassinated in Oct., 1979. He was selected for the post in August by the National Conference for Unification - a puppet political body hand-picked by Park. Chun is undertaking a...

Dancing Dancers at a Gathering by Arlene Croce.

Fiction Hungarian Rhapsody by Howard Moss. Parody of an autobiographical sketch. Writer's father worked in a paprika factory, and so their house was completely red. He was not to see blue until he was 15 and went on a vacation and happened to look up. He felt as if he had spent his life in a...

Musical Events Character by Andrew Porter.

Poetry Nap by Arthur Smith. Waking at dusk, the room...

Poetry Never Before by Philip Levine. Never before...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 17, 1980 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco

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