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New Yorker Magazine - April 17, 1989 - Cover by Bob Knox
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New Yorker Magazine - April 17, 1989 - Cover by Bob Knox
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 17, 1989 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: Bob Knox
Publication Date: April 17, 1989
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Breakthrough by E. J. Kahn. Talk Story about attending the signing of a bilateral trade agreement between the Soviet government & a group of AMerican capitalists. The General Trade Agreement was endorsed by the American Trade Consortium made up of 6 corporations & by the Sovirt Foreign Economic Consortium. The A.T.C. people had a 2...

The Talk of the Town Pear Trees by Richard Brookhiser. Talk story about callery pear trees, which do not grow edible fruit but which are popular street trees in New York. The first callery pear trees writer ever noticed were a group of six on Madison Avenue across from the Morgan Library. They are four stories tall, and their leaves...

The Talk of the Town Indian Trading Post by Jane Stern. Talk story about an Indian curio store in Danbury, Conn. The Indian Trading Post was opened for business in 1953 by Joan Jackson & her husband, Harold, who was known as the Tom Mix of Danbury--a nickname he got because he was the only Yankee around who always wore...

The Talk of the Town Indian Trading Post by Michael Stern. Talk story about an Indian curio store in Danbury, Conn.... If you buy the business as well as the land you will get a store filled with tomahawks with rubber blades, change purses festooned with tiny bright beads & other souvenirs. The Indian Trading Post was opened for business in...

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL INTEGRITY by Andy Logan. On Apr. 4 & 6, the NYC Charter Revision Commission, which was appointed by the Mayor, held its first public hearings, in response to the US Supreme Court's ruling, on Mar. 22, that the Board of Estimate, which has been described as "the center of gravity" of local government, is...

Annals of Law THE HILL CASE by Leonard Garment. ANNALS OF LAW about Richard Nixon arguing a case before the Supreme Court in 1966. The case was Time, Inc., v. Hill, a privacy dispute. On Sept. 9, 1952, 3 convicts escaped from the federal penitentiary, in Lewisburg, Pa. & a few days later invaded the home of James &...

Books by George Steiner.

Fiction A Change of Policy by V. S. Pritchett. Paula quits an important job at the Quarterly, a publication put out by a learned London Institute, when the chairman decides the Institute must be modernized & the Quarterly turned into a magazine. One day George Southey, a printer who held the Quarterly contract for years, appears at her London...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael.

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Comment by Mark Hertsgaard. Comment about Washington, D.C. being labelled the murder capital of the U.S. The violence is a direct outgrowth of the flourishing trade in illegal drugs. In the working-class black neighborhood where the writer lives, Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" anti-drug gospel is ridiculed because residents recognize how irrelevant...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Profiles DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF by Penelope Gilliatt. PROFILE of Dr. Jonathan Miller, who was a cast member of the "Beyond the Fringe" revue, & a neuropsychologist. "I never had a sense of humor," he has asserted. "What started me in a theatrical direction was finding at a very early age that I had a talent. I could...

Poetry Crossings by Seamus Heaney. On St. Brigid's Day the new life could be entered...

Poetry M. Degas Teaches Art & Science at Durfee Intermediate School Detroit, 1942 by Philip Levine. He made a line on the blackboard...

Poetry Under the Nine Trees in January by Charles Wright. Last night's stars and last night's wind...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 17, 1989 - Cover by Bob Knox


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