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New Yorker Magazine - June 13, 1983 - Cover by Susan Davis
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - June 13, 1983 - Cover by Susan Davis
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 13, 1983 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: Susan Davis
Publication Date: June 13, 1983
Page Count: 132 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town Magic by Kennedy Fraser. Talk story about viewing Dakota Jackson's furniture designs and a party in his honor at the house of Diane Von Furstenberg. She invited people to a late supper in Mr. Jackson's honor. Writer goes inside Furstenberg's bedroom to see the bed that Mr. Jackson created for her some years ago...

The Talk of the Town Completely Wired Up by Stanley Mieses. Talk story about jogger Daniel Markus, who wears a wristwatch TV. Markus watches "Good Morning America" while he runs, then discusses the show at home with his wife. He was "all wired up" because there was a guest on the show he wanted to see. Reporter also lists Markus' ensemble...

Musical Events Begun, the Eternal Work by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Howl by William McKibben. Talk story about a photo session at Bruce Plotkin's Eighteenth Street studio for the cover of a special August issue of "American Photographer." Thirty infants were to pose naked on a twelve-foot-wide "seemless sheet." All the infants came via various tiny talent agencies. Mr. Plotkin told the mothers...

The Current Cinema WRAPPING IT UP by Pauline Kael.

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL ALL IN THE FAMILY by Andy Logan. In the New Republic magazine last week, editor Hendrik Hertzberg nominated Governor Cuomo for President in 1988...

Profiles A CERTAIN POETRY-II by Ken Auletta. PROFILE of Jean Riboud, chairman of Schlumberger, Inc., a multinational corporation whose principal business is oil drilling. Describes Riboud's country retreat, La Carelle, outside Lyons. Despite Riboud's success as a capitalist, he retains the socialist political sympathies of his youth; some interviewees attribute it to sentiment, but his son Christophe...

Fiction The Divorce by Isaac Bashevis Singer. The writer, a rabbi's son, remembers a divorce case handled in his father's court in their house in Poland. His mother assisted. Salka and Shmuel had been married five years and had three daughters. They ran a shop together that was not doing well. Salka blamed her husband, saying he...

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Dallas by Calvin Tomkins.

Fiction Petticoat Power by Veronica Geng. Parody about how a woman can become a success in the business world. Asks and answers such basic questions as, "What is business?" and "What makes an executive?" This section includes drawings of various pocket hankerchief folds which are used as semaphores in the business world. Story gives absurd examples...

The Talk of the Town Washington Guide by Lincoln Caplan. Talk story about a recently published book called "Washington Itself," by F.J. Applewhite, a retired C.I.A. man and D.C. resident. He's the author of an earlier book called "Cosmic Fishing," and a sometime co-author with Buckminster Fuller. Along with the usual maps and notes on famous places, "Washington Itself...

Comment by Howard Moss. While at home recuperating from an eye injury, writer thought he might explore the inner reaches of consciousness, and had fantasies of indulging in abstract speculation in the manner of a minor Kant or amateur Einstein. He discovers, to his dismay, that his own thoughts proved short on ideas and...

Books Liszt Superstar by George Steiner.

Poetry Blue Iris by Robert Patrick Dana. The deserted golf course...

Poetry Dead Neck, Eastern Point, Bass Rocks by Harold Brodkey. At Dead Neck, the empty real, gull-and sun-inhabited...

Poetry Rome: The Night Before by Howard Moss. On the terrace of the Villa Aurelia...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 13, 1983 - Cover by Susan Davis


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