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New Yorker Magazine - November 23, 1992 - Cover by Russell Connor
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 23, 1992 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: Russell Connor
Publication Date: November 23, 1992
Page Count: 146 pages
In this issue:

Comment Take Five by Daniel Menaker. Comment about Bill Clinton's press coverage after the election. All right. Here was a guy who endured a non-stop 13-month, coast-to-coast ordeal of schmoozing, speechmaking and handshaking perhaps more arduous--more barbed, baited and boobytrapped--than any other in the history of American Presidential politics, a...

The Talk of the Town Silver Lining by Susan Orlean. Talk story about Ben Nighthorse Campbell, the senator-elect from Colorado, who was at Fortunoff for a show of Native American jewelry. Campbell was displaying & selling the jewelry he makes. Before he was elected to Congress 10 years ago, making jewelry was his full-time profession. A woman asked...

The Talk of the Town Heaven Help Them by Alexander Chancellor. Short talk about a prayer at the 72nd annual conference of the American Petroleum Institute. The nation's oilmen reverentially bowed their heads as a Roman Catholic priest, Father Paul Nalieth, of St. Malachy's church, delivered an invocation. The oilmen had already had a prayer breakfast that morning, and, at their...

The Talk of the Town The Man in Lubyanka by David Remnick. Talk story about Yevgeny Sevastianov, new head of the Moscow division of the K.G.B. (now known as the Ministry of Security, or N.B.R.F.). A "kitchen intellectual" who had supported Andrei Sakharov, he was appointed to the post by Pres. Boris Yeltsin after the coup of '91 collapsed Sevastianov spoke with...

The Talk of the Town Opening Shots by Susan Orlean. Talk story about ways to tell the '92-'93 Knicks season from the '91-'92 Knicks season. Tickets are now illustrated with a picture of a huge basketball on Madison Square Garden; John Starks has enlarged his muscles; the hawkers in the stands now offer Evian water; 12 of the...

The Talk of the Town Strange Brew by James Albrecht. Talk story about a party at Chumley's, in the West Village, at which the taps were drained of foreign beers & replace with American microbrews. Among the guests was Jim Koch, founder of Samuel Adams Boston Lager, who is regularly sued by German brewers for making insulting statements about their...

The Talk of the Town On a Roll by Helen Thorpe. Talk story about John Hockenberry, foreign correspondent in a wheelchair. He recently went to Somalia for ABC News, accompanied by his producer, Leslie Cockburn, who was six-months pregnant...

Casual The Wallerstein Memoirs by Andrew Bergman. Casual that is an exerpt from the "recently unearthed memoirs of Henry S. (Chub) Wallerstein, the former Undersecretary of Banking and Small Change," which "shed new light on the Roosevelt Administration's early days." Wallerstein was asked by F.D.R. to run the new banking system even though his field was oceanic...

In Fashion by Holly Brubach.

Books by Cynthia Zarin.

Letter from Bosnia ORIGINAL VIRTUE, ORIGINAL SIN by David Rieff. LETTER FROM BOSNIA about "ethnic cleansing" in the former Yugoslavian republic being carried out by the Serbian milita against the Muslim population there. Tells about massacres as well as about refugees travelling to Croatia and to an enclave in northern Bosnia to escape death...

Artist at Large 14th Street by Josh Greenfield. Fourteenth Street runs seventeen blocks from river to river Except for a single block on the north side only--Union Square--aesthetics are not the point. The vermeer-beautiful cobblestones along the loading docks of Ganesvoort Market between Hudson St. and the Hudson, are there for a purpose: they support...

Fiction One Woman Blues Revival by Ralph Lombreglia. Lisa Harrington, a classical-rock d.j. at WWHY in Hollyfield, VT, is depressed about her life: The lonliness she has had with the separation from her husband, Mitchell (although she left him); her desire to have a child verses her biological-time-clicking-clock; and her inability to enjoy the...

Profiles FACING THE SHOOTER by Alec Wilkinson. PROFILE of NY Rangers hockey goalie Mike Richter. He has a large, square face, like a detective in a comic strip. Richter's manner is cheerful, generous and cooperative, but guarded. It is not in his character to be introspective. There is a boyishness to his face which suggests that he...

The Theatre BEYOND NELLY by John Lahr.

Musical Events by Paul Griffiths.

The Air (On Television) UNCLE JOE AND THE BROTHERS J by James Wolcott.

Books by George Steiner.

Books by George Steiner.

Books by Verlyn Klinkenborg.

Poetry Prayer Of The Old Men by Zbigniew Herbert. but later later on...

Poetry For The Lost Adolescent by Deborah Digges. Even before he left for good I heard things in the fire...

Poetry Night Travellers by Campbell McGrath. Rising from Newark I see the cars of the homebound...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 23, 1992 - Cover by Russell Connor


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