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New Yorker Magazine - January 4, 1982 - Cover by Edward Koren
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New Yorker Magazine - January 4, 1982 - Cover by Edward Koren
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 4, 1982 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: Edward Koren
Publication Date: January 4, 1982
Page Count: 92 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema FLAG NAG by Pauline Kael.

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of "My Dinner with Andre." This film creates the illusion that we are simply listening in on the dinnertime conversation of the playwright Wallace Shawn and the former avant-garde theatre director Andre Gregory...

The Talk of the Town Receptions by Wallace White. Talk story about attending a number of receptions. At the Whitney Museum about 900 people turned out for the opening of a show called "Cerainic Sculpture: Six Artists". At Books & Co., on Madison Ave. at 74th St., about 75 people gathered to examine a new, illustrated edition of "Moby...

Fiction The Stuttgart Folders by Ian Frazier. Parody of the idea that any book about Nazi Germany is fascinating. Opens with four quotes from historical novels which depict leaders staring out of windows. A fifth quote states that, according to its author, "To the Eagle's Nest" has the most commercial opening line of any novel ever publishedN...

The Talk of the Town The Return of Mr. S. by Lillian Ross. Stanley Talk story about travelling via Executive Coach, a new bus service which makes the New York-to-Boston and Boston-to-New York run daily in four hours each way, door to door. That is, if your doors happen to be the Essex House on Central Park South, and...

The Theatre ENERGY by Brendan Gill.

Fiction Refugees by Elizabeth Tallent. Alfred Upsinger is a poet who teaches at the University of Colorado at Boulder. For nearly a year now, he has been writing to an African poet named Zinbanti. Upsinger, the chairman of the English Department, hopes that Zinbanti will accept the Telemann Endowment, which involves a series of lectures...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Several weeks ago, before martial law was declared in Poland, a French opinion-polling organization managed to ask some six hundred Poles what sort of party they would vote into office if free elections were held in their country. The most successful party was a Christian Democratic Party, which got...

A Reporter in Washington FIRST YEAR by Elizabeth Drew. REPORTER IN WASHINGTON about the Reagan Administration. In December, Senator Alan Simpson, a conservative Wyoming Republican, told his constituents, "The Honeymoon is officially over for the President.O In the Administration's early months, Republicans in Congress who had misgivings about the President's economic programNand there were manyNwere co perative. One told...

Musical Events Blazing, Radiant by Andrew Porter.

Our Far-Flung Correspondents J.D. ROSS'S VISION by Bill Barich. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about the writer's visit to the Skagit River, in northwestern Washington, where the city of Seattle was considering building a new dam. Gives history of the Skagit River hydroelectric project, which is largely the vision of James Delmage Ross, who died in 1939. Ross was the...

Books Naipul by V. S. Pritchett.

Poetry Song of the Navigator Five Poems by Herberto Padilla. My invisible amulet against thirteen at table...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 4, 1982 - Cover by Edward Koren

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