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New Yorker Magazine - April 13, 1981 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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New Yorker Magazine - April 13, 1981 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 13, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: April 13, 1981
Page Count: 166 pages
In this issue:

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

Books Scroll and Keys by George Steiner.

Fiction The Chair Trick by Norbert Blei. Narrator is present at the funeral of his Uncle Murph. Murph had been married to his mother's sister, Gertie, and he was the lone Irishman in a family of Slavs. Murph made everybody but Gertie feel good; he drank, gambled, made jokes, played with women. She talked about leaving him...

Fiction Convict by John Rolfe Gardiner. Reah and Jonah Harrell give a party for a boy from the village named Barry Crider, who is about to go into prison to serve a minor sentence - three months for shoplifting. Barry and his girlfriend Marsha do a lot of necking at the party. Some of the teenagers play...

A Reporter at Large THREE MILE ISLAND II-THE PAPER TRAIL by Daniel Ford. REPORTER AT LARGE about the inadequacy of safety precautions in nuclear power plants and the accident on 3/28/79 at Three Mile Island. The latter is one of nine electric-generating plants in the U.S. that use nuclear reactor equipment designed and manufactured by Babcock and Wilcox. Writer tells about data...

U. S. Journal PACE IN WENDOVER by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: WENDOVER, UTAH about Wendover, a speck of a place separated by a hundred miles of desert from anyplace else. A problem in Wendover, which has become a popular gambling site, is that the town would like to control all of the abandoned Air Force Hangars, and the largest...

The Talk of the Town Q. & A. by James Stevenson. Illustrated talk story about unusual sights in New York, done in Q. and A. format. Most of the things described are architectural ornaments on buildings. For example, there are six glaring goats on the front of the Lefcourt-National Building at 521 Fifth Avenue...

The Talk of the Town Animal Walk by Mary D. Kierstead. Talk story about the bringing of the circus animals through the Queens Midtown Tunnel into Manhattan. At 3:30 AM one night last week the writer accompanied 26 horses, 20 elephants, 50 ponies, 2 camels, and a mule named Dixie, all of which belong to the Red Show unit of the...

The Theatre A PREY TO TIGERS by Brendan Gill.

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL WHEN IN DANGER, WHEN IN DOUBT by Andy Logan. New York City has three new members in its delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives. Two of them are Republicans Guy V. Molinari and John LeBoutillier, making the ratio of Democratic to Republican Congressmen from the city 15:3. Writer describes Molinari and LeBoutillier, and mentions new Democratic Representative Charles...

Musical Events Caprice by Nicholas Kenyon.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. In a hopeful concatenation of events last week, the world learned of the settlement in Poland between the Solidarity movement and the government there at about the same time it learned that President Reagan had survived his bullet wound and was cheerfully talking with his family and doctors. By sheer...

The Talk of the Town Worner Revisited by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about press agent Ted Worner (last interviewed nearly 25 yrs. ago) and the "Reagan Times", which he recently edited and published. This is a one-shot illustrated tabloid which he padded to 40 pages by listing the casts of all the President's movies and names of 112 other...

The Talk of the Town Desk by Kennedy Fraser. Talk story about a writer who was having trouble getting any work done one day. The man who built her desk showed up with a photographer to get pictures for his portfolio. She had to clear everything off the desk, and she was afraid she wouldn't be able to find...

Poetry Farm Life by Susan Prospere. Our contract with this world is not complete...

Poetry The Angels Inform the World by Lizbeth Rosenberg. We have all seen them...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 13, 1981 - Cover by Charles Saxon


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