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New Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1991 - Cover by J. B. Handelsman
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1991 - Cover by J. B. Handelsman
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 30, 1991 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. B. Handelsman
Publication Date: September 30, 1991
Page Count: 98 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Christopher Shay. Comment about the Enola Gay, the plane which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima-Writer made a tour of the Paul E. Garber Facility in Suitland, Md.-a sort of aerospace garage & warehouse run by the Smithsonian. The facility restores artifacts from our air & space history. The main...

The Talk of the Town East Of Moscow by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about the writer travelling by train across the Russian Republic--or, at least, the eastern portion of it. Writer had scheduled the trip, his first to any part of the Soviet Union, some months ago--without, of course, anticipating any of the events of the past few weeks...

The Talk of the Town Popsiana by Nancy Franklin. Talk story about going to the main library of Queens College to see Louis Armstrong memorabilia. In 1943 Armstrong bought a house in the Corona section of Queens and lived there until his death in 1971. Queens College came into possession of the house & its contents after Lucille Armstrong...

The Talk of the Town Marathon by Thomas Vinciguerra. Talk story about the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the network premiere of "Star Trek"; many celebrants gathered at the Loews Astor Plaza the other Saturday to watch the five Star Trek feature movies in a one-time-only, noon-to-midnight test of endurance. Some managed to get...

Fiction Post-Euphoria by Veronica Geng. Humorous piece consisting of letters written by Russians who are trying to find out how to become capitalists. The Free Market Planning Commissariat writes to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange to find out how many tables and chairs are required to set up such a body; the IZVESTIA Editorial Board ask...

Fiction Community Life by Lorrie Moore. Olena was raised in Vermont by her Transylvanian-born parents. Anxious to fit in, her father changed the family name from Todorescu to Resnick. His shop was called Resnick's Furs. Her parents gave her the American name Nell, but everyone else continued to call her Olena. Her parents were later...

A Reporter at Large AFTER THE LIBERATION by Milton Viorst. REPORTER AT LARGE about Kuwait where writer arrived in early August eager to see how the country was faring after 7 months of occupation & 5 of freedom. Before the war less than a third of Kuwait's population of 2 million consisted of Kuwaitis; the rest was made up of...

The Theatre OVEREXPOSED by Mimi Kramer.

Letter from London by Julian Barnes. Tells about mazes, and a visit to Hampton Court by abori-culturalist John Evelyn in 1662. The Hampton Court Maze has had much to put up with in its three hundred years. Early on, it had to fight off the attentions of Capability Brown, who, as Royal Gardener, lived close...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Poetry Nothing by William Logan. Below us the gray fields of England...

Poetry Couple by Eamon Grennan. He is hearing out the crickets...

Poetry Turning by W. S. Merwin. This is the light that I would see again...

Annals of Poetry ELIZABETH BISHOP AND BRAZIL by Lloyd Schwartz. ANNALS OF POETRY about the influence of Brazil upon the life & work of the American poet Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979). Two previously unpublished poems are included. Tells about her love affairs with women...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1991 - Cover by J. B. Handelsman

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