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New Yorker Magazine - November 2, 1981 - Cover by R. O. Blechman
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New Yorker Magazine - November 2, 1981 - Cover by R. O. Blechman
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 2, 1981 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: R. O. Blechman
Publication Date: November 2, 1981
Page Count: 190 pages
In this issue:

U. S. Journal CONFESSIONS OF A STANDUP SAUSAGE EATER by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: MANHATTAN about the writer's regular visit to the Feast of San Gennaro. San Gennaro, which occurs each September, has always been the largest Italian festival in the city, offering food, games, gambling, and more. Mulberry Street, the prime strip of the festival, lies between the writer's house and...

Fiction What the Dog Did by Ian Frazier. Very short story followed by very long "Note on the Author," a parody of similar notes found in other magazines. The story itself is about the writer's dog, Tiffany, whom he had to scold for going onto the davenport in the living room. After he thought she had learned her...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Fiction Project Genesis by Stanislaw Lem. From the Memoirs of Ijon Tichy, Space Traveller) Ijon Tichy tells about an expedition whose goal was the creation of the universe. A man named professor Razglaz had a theory that the universe had originated from a proto-atom 18.5 billion years ago. But where, in the absolute emptiness before...

Musical Events Harp of the North! by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Two Collectors by Jane Boutwell. Talk. Interview with George Costakis, a 69-year-old Greek, whose collection of Russian art is being exhibited at the Guggenehim Museum. The show is called "Art of the Avant-Garde in Russia" & is an extraordinary group of 268 twentieth-century paintings, drawings, and constructions that were produced...

The Talk of the Town Market Basket by Bobbie Ann Mason. Talk story about shopping in a new neighborhood natural-foods supermarket, as told in a letter from a young woman. She filled up a shopping cart with health food and lists all the products she bought. When she got home she cooked up some mud-brown natural hot dogs, threw...

Fiction Rain on Hiroshige Bridge by Saul Steinberg. Four drawings showing different aspects of a bridge in Japan during a rain storm. A number of figures, most carrying umbrellas, are crossing the bridge...

Reflections TWO VIEWS OF THE SOVIET PROBLEM by George F. Kennan. REFLECTIONS in which the writer outlines his views of the Soviet regime in contrast to those held by his critics and opponents. He begins by describing his opponents' perspective: they see the Soviet leaders as expansionists, men who wish to increase their power at the expense of the independence and...

Personal History II-VEDI by Ved Mehta. PERSONAL HISTORY about the writer's childhood recollections from 7 to 9. He attended Dadar School for the Blind in Bombay from age 5 to 9Nfrom Febuary, 1939 to May, 1943. After his first stay at the school he went home for a year to build up his health. Back at...

Books The Fancy-Forger Takes the Lectern by John Updike.

The Talk of the Town Shadow by Lillian Ross. Talk story about a visit to a meeting of the City Planning Commission to protest the planned construction of a new skyscraper in midtown. The writer had received a call from Jim Morgan, architect, teacher, live-wire member of Community Board Five, and one of the key leaders in the...

Comment by Berton Roueche. A friend who lives in the country writes: One morning early last spring, I stepped outdoors to look at the day and heard, from somewhere far up the road from my place...the awful snarl and whine of a chain saw. A poacher after firewood, I thought. Several days later...

Poetry Mahler in the Living Room by Patricia Goedicke. Low to the ground, the windows are full of lake water...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 2, 1981 - Cover by R. O. Blechman

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