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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1991 - Cover by George Booth
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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1991 - Cover by George Booth
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 23, 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: George Booth
Publication Date: September 23, 1991
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Peter Kornbluh. Comment about the trial of Gen. Manuel Noriega and drug trafficking in Panama. In return for money given him by US intelligence agencies, Noriega aided the Reagan Administration's covert war agains the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. At the jury selection for his trial, according to a document submitted as evidence by...

The Talk of the Town Determined by Mindy Aloff. Talk story about modern dancer/choreographer Ted Shawn. Shawn was the husband of Ruth St. Denis, and co-founder of the Denishawn company. The 100th anniversary of Shawn's birth will be celebrated this fall on October 21st. The writer drives to New Paltz to interview Jane Sherman, once a member...

The Talk of the Town Thwack by David Owen. Talk story about a computerized golf simulator made by a California company called InGolf. In Brooklyn, writer went with his brother to the Eastern Athletic Club, on Clark street. The club has two of the simulators set up in an old squash court & they signed up to play. Tells...

The Talk of the Town British Red Coat by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about nail polish, and especially about Revlon's British Red Coat. Revlon emphatically prefers the term "nail enamel." Writer kept looking at the feet of a young woman. The feet were bare and had colored toenails. Writer speak with Melissa, a 23-year-old graduate of Bard College who...

Fiction Gunjipoor, Once Upon A Time by Bruce McCall. Brief illustrated story. Puffy Hurlburt's balloon-o-plane was not finished when the Viceroy came to Gunjipoor. But Puffy had such brass! And so-ready or not-it was up, up and away with a gondola full of chums right over the palace & the Viceroy's levee. Puffy planned a...

Fiction The Front and Back Parts of the House by William Maxwell. The narrator of the story, a fiction writer in his early forties, returns home to Lincoln, Illinois, at the request of his father. While he's in town, he visits his beloved Aunt Annette, who tells him Hattie Dyer (a black woman who worked for his family when he was a...

A Reporter at Large INSIDE/OUTSIDE by Mordecai Richler. REPORTER AT LARGE about Quebec & the efforts to preserve French as the only language in the province although Canada is a country with two official languages: English & French. In 1990 4 provincial agencies with an annual budget of 24 million dollars, were in place to deal with their...

The Current Cinema by Terrence Rafferty.

Letter from Washington by Elizabeth Drew. Tells about the Soviet coup attempt and collapse. There was a lot of speculation about why the coup was incomplete(one theory is that the coup leaders thought Gorbachev would sign a capitulatory statement). Finding a new arrangement with Yeltsin without upsetting the one with Gorbachev was tude complicated. The...

Around City Hall Syzygy by Andy Logan. Tells about the death of Gavin Cato, 7, the son of a Guyanese immigrant, was killed by a car driven by Yosef Lifsh, 22, who was driving in the entourage of the Lubavitcher Grand Rebbe, the 89-year-old supreme Lubavitcher leader, who many sect members believe will reveal to...

Books by George Steiner.

Poetry The Very Rich Hours by Evelyn Reilly. Mouse ears above the chateau hedge...

Poetry Stages On Life's Way by David Lehman. 1. THE NIGHT BEFORE...

Poetry Back by Jane Kenyon. We try a new drug, a new combination...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1991 - Cover by George Booth


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