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New Yorker Magazine - August 13, 1984 - Cover by William Steig
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 13, 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: William Steig
Publication Date: August 13, 1984
Page Count: 94 pages
In this issue:

Annals of Medicine A CONTEMPORARY TOUCH by Berton Roueche. ANNALS OF MEDICINE about an outbreak of Salmonellosis in Steubenville, Ohio, which was caused by contaminated marijuana. David N. Taylor, an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer of the national Centers for Disease Control, went to Ohio with an assistant to find the cause. The strain of Salmonella was S. muenchen, a...

Fiction Brian by Dan Jacobson. When the writer was young, the small Jewish community of his town of Kimberley, South Africa, and the nearby town of Bloemfontein decided that they should do more with each other. For the young people that meant that a group from one town would visit the other every six months...

The Talk of the Town Perfect by Naomi Bliven. Talk story about finches in the Catskills. On a Saturday afternoon in June, the writer and her husband pulled off of Route 23A just north of Lexington, in Greene County, New York. Between the road and a parking space next to Schoharie Creek, there is a rough patch filled from...

The Talk of the Town Americana by Vickie Dym. Talk story about songwriter Irving Caesar, age 89, who had written over 2000 songs, including "Swanee" (with George Gershwin), "Tea for Two" (with Vincent Youmans), and dozens of children's songs, which he sings at the drop of a hat. Writer interviewed him recently at his office on Seventh Avenue. Tells...

The Talk of the Town Incentives by William McKibben. Talk story about the 1984 World Congress and Exposition on Incentive Travel and Meeting Management, at the New York Coliseum. Writer lists what he received from various exhibitors. He got a tin of New York-blend tea from LondonOs Fortnum & Mason. Fortnum & Mason had displayed the world's largest...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Comment by William McKibben. Comment in the form of a memo to John Swearingen and William Ogden, new chief executives of the Continental Illinois Corp., a bank which the federal government has taken over. The writer of the memo, a U.S. citizen, is pleased because he never owned much before. And now he owns...

A Political Journal by Elizabeth Drew. Jackson arrived at the Democratic Convention sounding fairly conciliatory. Some liberal members of Congress have said that Jackson's campaign has so alienated Jews that the situation is probably beyond repair, and that it has also begun to alienate white Protestants. The dominant opinion in the Mondale camp is that it...

Fiction Pet Milk by Stuart Dybek. A young man explains why he likes Pet Milk: it reminds him of his grandmother, who drank the milk in her coffee. He likes the way the milk swirls around and does not completely mix into the coffee, which also reminds him of a restaurant he visits with his girlfriend...

Books by Peter De Vries.

The Talk of the Town Reporting by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about National Public Radio's "Morning Edition," a weekday two-hour news show anchored by Bob Edwards, 37, and produced by Jay Kernis, who also tapes cultural interviews for the show. The program is co-produced locally and nationally. NPR gives their 265 public radio stations a basic two...

Poetry Gradations of Black by John Updike. Ad Reinhardt's black, in "Abstract Painting 33...

Poetry Desire by David St. John. There is a small wrought-iron balcony...

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New Yorker Magazine - August 13, 1984 - Cover by William Steig

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