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New Yorker Magazine - June 18, 1990 - Cover by J. B. Handelsman
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New Yorker Magazine - June 18, 1990 - Cover by J. B. Handelsman
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 18, 1990 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: J. B. Handelsman
Publication Date: June 18, 1990
Page Count: 98 pages
In this issue:

Annals of Space THE PLANETARY COMMUNITY II-NEPTUNE by Henry S. F. Cooper. ANNALS OF SPACE about Voyager's final planetary encounter in the solar system, with Neptune and its moon Triton. Neptune, a lustrous blue ball 30,000 miles in diameter, is the smallest of the four giant outer planets. All four have molten cores that are roughly the same size as Earth, whose...

The Current Cinema TERMINATED by Terrence Rafferty.

Letter from Germany by Jane Kramer. Writer tells about Peter Schmidt, an East German youth now living in West Germany. The Schmidt family lived in Rostock. The Rostock Schmidts were a suspect family. They were "cosmopolitan". They had contacts. There were files on them at Stasi (secret police) headquarters beginning with Peter's father, Stefan, who was...

The Theatre LOVE AND LAUGHTER by Edith Oliver.

Books by Whitney Balliett.

The Talk of the Town Absolute by Adam Gopnik. Talk story about Harry Pearson, who is the editor and publisher of a magazine called "The Absolute Sound". He is an audiophile known as the Pope of Sea Cliff (he lives in Sea Cliff, L.I.) He is a passionate and opinionated man. He thinks music lovers have been hypnotized over...

Fiction In These Islands by Shirley Hazzard. In the winter of 1949, Julia Bogle, an 18-year-old English girl who has come with her parents to live in a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand, relieves her boredom by writing letters to her lover back in London. She writes an ironic description of Miss Fry, who does...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Comment by William McKibben. Comment about Earth Day, the Adirondacks and speeches given by the Bush Administration since Earth Day, the Adirondakcs, and recent anti-environmental speeches by members of the Bush Administration. In Portland, Oregon, President Bush told a thousand-dollar-a-head breakfast that while he was concerned about the few remaining...

The Talk of the Town Perekhod by Alma Guillermoprieto. Talk story about visiting Leningrad during Boris Yeltsin's election as President of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic. The writer describes current conditions in the Soviet Union as being a period of "perekhod," or "transfer/transition." A taxi-driver, an Intourist guide, and other Russians express dissatisfaction with Mikhail Gorbachev...

Fiction The New Rabelaisians by Bruce McCall. An up-to-the-minute, trend setting magazine presents the latest consumer group, The New Rabelaisians, with their discretionary dollars looking for new spillways. But they are quickly supplanted by The Young Slipshods, who will take it crummy, but got to take it now. These are displaced by The Post...

Poetry World Without End by Judith Baumel. If you believe the various records and registers...

Poetry Where the Deer Were by Kate Barnes. It's always hard to form a true picture...

Poetry At Marlborough House by Michael Swift. It is early in the afternoon, and we are waiting They always...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 18, 1990 - Cover by J. B. Handelsman


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