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New Yorker Magazine - August 27, 1984 - Cover by James Stevenson
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New Yorker Magazine - August 27, 1984 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 27, 1984 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: James Stevenson
Publication Date: August 27, 1984
Page Count: 94 pages
In this issue:

Comment by William McKibben. A young friend writes: In the few years since my graduation from college, I have begun to earn some money and begun to understand liberalism. In the years when my parents were supporting me, liberalism seemed too hypocritical to bear. I disdained a philosophy that seemed to say, on the...

Profiles AEROBATS by Burton Bernstein. PROFILE of Stanley J. Segalla, of Canaan, Connecticut, 59 years old, who is an aviation acrobat or aerobat, by avocation. He earns his living as a construction contractor, in partnership with his 24-year-old son Billy. They both like to fly small airplanes in fantastic configurations for fun at...

The Talk of the Town The Ideal by William McKibben. Talk story about the unveiling of a new line of pants called Thomson Perfect Pants. They are made of cotton, but because of two special processes involved in their making, retain their crease virtually forever. Writer spoke to Jack Neff, the chief of the Thomson Company, who said that the...

Books by Naomi Bliven.

Television Screens by William McKibben. Talk story about Private Eyes, New York's newest (and only) video night club. It has 34 television screens. The night the writers were there all were showing a new Bette Midler concert film called "Art or Bust!", which is being shown on Home Box Office through the end of the...

The Talk of the Town Busy by William McKibben. Talk story about 718, the new area code for Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. A New York Telephone committee chose the number, which will go into effect September 1st. Charles Herndon, a spokesman for the committee, said that none of the numbers left on the North American Dialing Plan were...

Fiction Our Janice by John Rolfe Gardiner. Janice Wheatley was an au pair to the Elliot family in the northern Virginia Piedmont. Janice, who was from West Virginia, had lived with the family for twelve years. At the Elliot's there was always a baby coming: there were nine children at the time of the story. Janice had...

The Sporting Scene ST ANDREWS AND THE BRITISH OPEN by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the British Open, played this year at the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland, in July. It was held there for the 23rd time. An average of 36,000 specatros were on hand daily to watch an exciting tournament, which Severiano (Seve) Ballesteros, of Spain, won...

Fiction Sindbad by Donald Barthelme. The writer is a teacher who was asked to teach a class in the daytime for the first time. The students did not like his looks, and they asked him to leave. At the Beaux-Arts Ball given by the Art and Architecture Departments he was asked to leave by...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Poetry Visit by Jean Valentine. This warm house, masculine; our old...

Poetry The Last Days of Heaven by Richard Cole. I see so many of us wandering/Down to the end of an...

Poetry Expectancy by Mary Jo Salter. One by one, we shuffle in/and take a quiet seat beneath...

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New Yorker Magazine - August 27, 1984 - Cover by James Stevenson

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