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New Yorker Magazine - January 31, 1983 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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New Yorker Magazine - January 31, 1983 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 31, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: January 31, 1983
Page Count: 124 pages
In this issue:

A Journal I-OVERDRIVE by William F. Buckley. A JOURNAL in which the writer tells about his activities from a Monday to a Thursday. On Monday he is sitting in the garage converted to an office of his house in Stamford, Connecticut. They bought the house in 1952. They wanted it to be close enough to New York...

Comment by Jane Boutwell. Talk-Comment about watching preparations at the Metropolitan Museum for the exhibition entitled "The Vatican Collections: The Papacy and Art". This is an assortment of 237 sculptures, paintings, ceramics, textiles, and examples of metalwork from the vast collections of the Vatican. Philippe de Montebello, the director of the Museum is...

Fiction Transfer by James Robison. Narrator's mother supports an agency that sends her a list of the world's political prisoners who are known to be in danger for their lives. She is typing a letter on behalf of one while her son and his 13-year-old daughter visit. He is telling his parents about...

The Talk of the Town Tags and Purposes by Lillian Ross. Talk story about a cocktail party that had several purposes. Several thousand members of the National Retail Merchants' Association were meeting in town, and the party was being given for a number of these merchants, most of them owners and executives of department stores. The party was also being given...

Letter from Moscow by Joseph Kraft. Unlike his predecessors, Yuri Andropov enjoyed a public-relations buildup in the West before becoming leader of the Soviet Union. Good notices began to filter out from the Kremlin when he was head of the K.G.B. The theme swelled when he moved from there to the Secretariat of the Communist...

Letter from Europe by Mollie Panter-Downes. Canon Ivor Davies, vicar of Hay-on-Wye, belongs to the Lewis Carroll Society in Britain. He gave the address at Westminster Abbey just before Christmas where Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland was given a memorial stone in the Poets' Corner. Quotes from his speech...

Books The Dawn of Art by John Updike.

The Talk of the Town Violet by Frederick Barthelme. Philip is watching Kathleen Sullivan, a TV newscaster, on a talk show when a young girl knocks at his door and asks to use his telephone. She introduces herself as Violet and tells him she is a runaway from Northern California. After her phone call she suggests that they go...

The Theatre Events Before Mass by Edith Oliver.

Obituary by Brendan Gill. There was a quotation as follows, at the end of the obituary of William M. Geraghty: "Tired the sun with talking and sent him down the sky" The quotation is from a poem entitled "Heraclitus". It was written by William Johnson Cory (1823-1892). He was inspired by a Greek poem...

Poetry True North by Charles O. Hartman. Evenings when everything I mean...

Poetry Making a Bed by Howard Moss. I know how to make a bed...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 31, 1983 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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