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New Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1985 - Cover by Abel Quezada
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New Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1985 - Cover by Abel Quezada
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 30, 1985 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: Abel Quezada
Publication Date: September 30, 1985
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

A Reporter at Large III-HOLY DAYS by Lis Harris. REPORTER AT LARGE about the Lubavitcher Hasidim, a particularly pious Jewish sect. Most of its local members are in the Crown Heights section of Bklyn. Writer paid a number of visits to Moshe & Sheina Konigsberg (pseud.) and tells about their lives. They celebrated Passover by taking exceptional pains to...

The Talk of the Town Spanish/English by Elizabeth Macklin. Talk story about a weekend-long book fair that was held at the Loeb Student Center. The Primera Feria del Libro Latinoamericano was organized by a dozen or so Latin American writers and artists who live in New York. That morning a panel of six Latin-American women writers had...

Books by Terrence Rafferty.

Fiction Physics by Tama Janowitz. After writer got her hair cut, she was hit by a car. The driver leaned out the window&said"You stupid, or what? Didn't you see how far away from you I was?" Writer was a word person&had never been good at physics. She went to get...

Fiction Under Water by J. S. Marcus. Tom lives in London, in the American ghetto around the Baker Street Station. Most of the Americans work in banks, and all seem to be named Tom, Fred or Bill. Tom works in a Saudi Arabian bank that sends him to Tunisia whenever he looks tired. He knows a woman...

Profiles QUIS by Roger Angell. PROFILE of Dan Quisenberry, a relief pitcher for the Kansa City Royals. He is a right-handed submariner, and a short-relief specialist. Tells about the qualifications for a "save." With a total of 208 saves plus wins in this decade, Quis may be on his way to being the...

The Theatre GLOOM AND DOOM by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town Seeing by Lawrence Weschler. Talk story about 57-year-old artist Robert Irwin, who was recently in town for an exhibition at the Pace Gallery-a retrospective survey of some of his"site-conditioned"proposals. The show includes 2 installation pieces specifically designed for the gallery's recently refurbished space, on the 2nd floor at...

Comment by Naomi Bliven. A friend of ours, a New York City woman, writes from the northern Catskills, where everyone talks about raccoons. Early in the summer, when she was in Manhattan, she read this magazine's poem by Stanley Kunitz about raccoons&assumed it was a work of imagination. Then she read in...

Poetry Washington International by George Starbuck. You notice them at check-in. Power. Dough...

Poetry Middle of the Night by Galway Kinnell. A telephone rings through the wall...

Poetry Along the St. Johns by Gardner McFall. The purple hyacinths, flamboyant wafers...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1985 - Cover by Abel Quezada

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