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New Yorker Magazine - October 11, 1982 - Cover by Paul Degen
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - October 11, 1982 - Cover by Paul Degen
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 11, 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: Paul Degen
Publication Date: October 11, 1982
Page Count: 178 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre PINCHBECK PROFUNDITIES by Brendan Gill.

Profiles CITY VOICES by Whitney Balliett. PROFILE of Bradley Cunningham owner of the New York bar and restaurant called Bradley's which is located on University Place between 10th and 11th Streets. The place is a variety of things: a place to hear such jazz pianists as Teddy Wilson and Tommy Flanagan, a place to have a...

Musical Events Opera in Earnest by Andrew Porter.

Annals of Law RESTITUTION by Paul Brodeur. ANNALS OF LAW about an Indian land-claim case in Maine. In 1964 in Indian Township, a Passamaquoddy reservation in the eastern part of the state a white man named William Plaisted appeared to be making inroads on Indian property. John Stevens, the tribal governor at Indian Township, had tried...

Comment by Natacha Stewart. Comment about the difficulty of determining the difference between truth and fiction on television. Writer watched Ronald Reagan acting in the old movie "Brother Rat" and says his manner in the film resembles his manner when chiding Israel on a truly tragic issue...

Books Stravinsky as Correspondent by Desmond Shawe-Taylor.

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL MORNING AFTER by Andy Logan. September 23 was primary day in New York. In the Democratic primary Mario Cuomo, presently Lieutenant Governor, ran against N.Y.'s Mayor Ed Koch and won. He received 53% of the vote to Koch's 47%. Describes different polls, most of which favored Koch to win, some by as much as...

Comment by Charles McGrath. A suburban friend of ours, who describes himself as "moderately football-dependent", has been closely monitoring his condition during the current National Football League players' strike. Quotes some notes he took on the first Sunday that play was suspended...

The Talk of the Town Heavens! by William McKibben. A talk story about Debbie Kempton-Smith, an astrologer, who has done a horoscope for the Empire State Building. "Don't blame Reagan for unemployment, blame Chiron" she told the writer. Chiron is a newly discovered asteroid...

The Talk of the Town Champion by Alec Wilkinson. Talk story about Archie Burchfield, who recently won the national doubles title on the croquet courts in Central Park. He has a tobacco and beef-cattle farm in Stamping Ground, Kentucky. Although he has played the game for 22 years, not until last March had he played it on grass...

The Talk of the Town The Thimbles by James Stevenson. An illustrated talk story about the Thimbles, a cluster of about 40 small islands in Long Island Sound, and about the man who runs a ferry boat among them. The writer boards a motor boat called the Volsunga III at the small village of Stony Creek, Connecticut. The captain, Dwight...

Fiction Expiation by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Story set in India told by an older brother about his younger brother, Bablu, who was executed for murder and kidnapping. Bablu is thirteen years younger than the narrator, and his pet, although the wife mistrusts and dislikes him. Bablu is small and silent, a loner who dresses well but...

Fiction Just a Country Boy by Ian Frazier. Parody about being "country." Although C&W music is hardly mentioned, stereotypes from this genre are satirized. Narrator is told by the great Hank Williams that "You aint country unless you've looked at a lot of miles over the back end of a mule." Because of conflicts in his...

Poetry What The Light Was Like by Amy Clampitt. Every year in June -- up here, that's the month for lilacs...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 11, 1982 - Cover by Paul Degen

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