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New Yorker Magazine - April 25, 1983 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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New Yorker Magazine - April 25, 1983 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 25, 1983 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: April 25, 1983
Page Count: 158 pages
In this issue:

Dancing Theatre as Truth by Arlene Croce.

Musical Events Songs of Experience by Andrew Porter.

Obituary by William Shawn. Obituary of "New Yorker" writer, Joseph Wechsberg, who died in Vienna at 75, on Sunday, Apr. 10, 1983...

A Reporter at Large INTERLUDE by Frances FitzGerald. REPORTER AT LARGE about Sun City Center, Florida, an affluent retirement community 25 miles from Tampa. It is an unincorporated town of about 8500 people, almost all over sixty. It is a self-contained community, with stores, banks, restaurants, and doctors' offices. It has 87 holes of golf and other...

Books Clerihews by Israel Shenker.

The Talk of the Town Orlov by Anthony Bailey. Talk story about Professor Yuri Orlov, the Russian physicist who was arrested Feb. 10, 1977, and John Macdonald, the British lawyer, who in 1978 was twice refused a Soviet visa when he tried to defend Orlov against trumped-up charges of "anti-Soviet agitation and propaganda." Orlov, a specialist in...

The Talk of the Town On the Wall by William McKibben. Talk story about an art show at the Collegiate School, a boys' private school on the Upper West Side. In November, the fourth grade started to study and make paintings in the styles of four artists: Milton Avery, Jackson Pollack, Roy Lichtenstein, and Frank Stella. Writer received an invitation from...

The Theatre BACK ON THE SHELF by Brendan Gill.

Fiction New Africa by Andrea Lee Fallows. In August, 1963, ten-year-old Sarah Ashley sat with her family at the New African Baptist Church in Philadelphia. Her father, Reverand Ashley, stood at the pulpit reading to the congregation. Sarah really wanted to go home and climb the tree house she built with her twelve-year-old...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. The recent report by the President's Commission on Strategic Forces, also known as the Scowcroft Commission, has recently stated that the aim of American military efforts should be to "so counfound the efforts of Soviet strategic war planners that they could not believe they could attack our ICBM forces effectively...

Fiction U.S. Torn Apart by French Attitudes by Lynn Caraganis. This story is preceded by an excerpt from a N.Y. Times Op-Ed article by Yves Guilhannec, a columnist for the French paper Le Figaro. The article(which ran Tues., Jan. 4, 1983)was titled "WASHINGTON ISN'T FRANCE'S CAPITAL." The excerpt stated that no French government will follow the U.S...

The Sporting Scene THE BEANPOT by Charles McGrath. THE SPORTING SCENE about the Beanpot, Boston's college hockey tournament. The four colleges in the tournament are: Harvard, Northeastern, Boston University, and Boston College. Writer talks at length with Bill Cleary, the Harvard hockey coach. Harvard lost to Boston College in the first round of the tournament, and then beat...

Poetry Everyday Things by Debora Greger. Think of the swimming...

Poetry The Light Put Out by Howard Moss. Expected twilight in the flies and wings...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 25, 1983 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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