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New Yorker Magazine - February 27, 1989 - Cover by Devera Ehrenberg
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New Yorker Magazine - February 27, 1989 - Cover by Devera Ehrenberg
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 27, 1989 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: Devera Ehrenberg
Publication Date: February 27, 1989
Page Count: 92 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre ON HER OWN by Edith Oliver.

Letter from Washington by Elizabeth Drew. The first phase of George Bush's Presidency, in which he sought to legitimate himself as the new Chief Executive & build support for battles to come, ended with his address to Congress last week & was only partly successful. Having served in the shadows for 8 years as V.P. &...

Comment by Roger Angell. Comment about Ted Bundy, the serial killer who was executed last month in a state prison in Starke, Florida. Dr. James Dobson, a religious broadcaster from California whose special concern has been pornography, conducted the prison interview with Bundy which was aired after the prisoner's execution on "Inside Edition...

A Reporter at Large II-GREAT PLAINS by Ian Frazier. REPORTER AT LARGE about the Great Plains. Before writer moved to Montana, when he was still living in N.Y. he met a Sioux Indian named Le War Lance, who told him that Crazy Horse was his grandfather. Writer then tells about the Great Plains warrior Crazy Horse at some length...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction How Sunlight Figures In by Janet Kauffman. When Louise's Aunt Natalie comes to visit they usually sit out in the backyard that looks out into a swamp. Natalie is a politician, a state representative. On this particular visit, after Natalie tries to explain how family is a foul substitute for effective government, Louise tells her that she's...

A Critic at Large BESSO by Jeremy Bernstein. A CRITIC AT LARGE about the correspondence between Albert Einstein & his friend Michele Besso, who worked with him in the Swiss Federal Patent Office, as a patent examiner. Tells about Besso & about his relation with Einstein. Writer first noticed Besso at the conclusion of Einstein's "On the Electrodynamics...

The Talk of the Town In the Sun by Vajra Kilgour. Talk Story about attending the First Annual Rosetta LeNoire Award of Actors' Equity. Jeanne Faulkner, president of the Harlem Cultural Council, recalled when she first met LeNoire. That was when LeNoire's AMAS Repertory Theatre was getting off the ground, & LeNoire had come to propose to the council a series...

The Talk of the Town Genre by Adam Gopnik. Talk story about a party in honor of a book entitled "My Pretty Pony". It is by writer Stephen King and artist Barbara Kruger. It is one of a series of books that the Whitney Museum is publishing in which an artist and a writer collaborate. The party was held...

In Fashion SCHOOL OF CHANEL by Holly Brubach. IN FASHION about designers doing their own versions of the Chanel style. Writer tells how Chanel arrived at her style & how the Chanel formula--the gold-buttoned suit--was something she arrived at late in her career. For more than 20 years Adolfo has been designing collections that mimic...

The Talk of the Town Not Explainable by Mark Singer. Talk story about Ashrita Furman, of Jamaica, Queens, who will set a new world record for speed-squatting. From a standing position he will bend his knees until his thighs are parallel to the floor, then stand upright, then bend his knees again--repeating this motion as frequently as possible...

Fiction Poor Visitor by Jamaica Kincaid. Narrator recalls what it was like to leave Antigua as a young girl & come to a new country. Driving from the airport someone pointed out famous buildings & other points of interest, places she daydreamed about now looked dirty & ordinary in real life. The morning of her 1st...

Poetry The Tree of Knowledge by Jorie Graham. Then I came down and watched the fire awhile...

Poetry Next Summer by Josephine Jacobsen. Catalogues of seeds flood him...

Poetry Reductio by Peter Kane Dufault. But once out of earshot--it's odd...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 27, 1989 - Cover by Devera Ehrenberg

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