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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1984 - Cover by Jenni Oliver
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 12, 1984 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: Jenni Oliver
Publication Date: November 12, 1984
Page Count: 196 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction The Man in the Moon by William Maxwell. Writer remembers his ne'er-do-well Uncle Ted, who was attractive and slender when he was young. In the early 1900's, Ted was enrolled in a military academy, but flunked out. The family was from Kentucky and Ted's father, Judge Blinn, was a hardworking lawyer who grew up in...

The Current Cinema FAKED OUT, COOLED OUT, BUMMED OUT by Pauline Kael.

Comment Comment - Part 2 by Lawrence Weschler. Eleven days after Reverend Jerzy Popieluszko's kidnapping in Wloclawek, Poland, his body was found in the Vistula River. The 37-year-old victim was one of the most popular pastors in Poland. The facts about his death were painstakingly dribbled out, though it seems that the regime realized early that...

Profiles THE STAFFS OF LIFE II-MAN IS WHAT HE EATS by E. J. Kahn. PROFILE of the potato. There is no staple-food plant that has not affected the outcome of the strife on one battlefield or another. If the South had had both cotton and wheat, the Civil War might have seen strong foreign intervention. Of all the plants to which men cling...

Comment by Ved Mehta. There is something especially poignant in the fact that Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was killed by two Sikhs who were members of her bodyguard. She could not have purged all the Sikhs from her bodyguard even if she had wanted to. Her father, Jawaharlal Nehru, and she were committed to...

Books by Whitney Balliett.

Fiction Totalled by Veronica Geng. Parody of an Inventory report, using inaccurate, folksy language. "The Kaypro Corporation said yesterday that it is investigating the possibility that millions of dollars in computer parts are missing from a circus tent and big trucks where Kaypro stored them." -The Times. HI-LO CORPORATION, INC. MANUFACTURERS OF "BIG BOY...

The Talk of the Town Judge Hastie by Philip Hamburger. Talk story about Judge William Henry Hastie, who was involved in many of the most important breaking cases in the civil-rights years, and who became the first black appointed to a United States District Court and to a Court of Appeals. Writer went to an exhibit commemorating his life...

A Reporter at Large AN EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE by Jervis Anderson. REPORTER AT LARGE about guns. The U.S. accommodates the world's largest and freest gun culture--one whose roots are deep in the nation's past. It is now estimated that there are nearly 200 million civilian-owned guns of every kind, in America, and that figure includes some 60 million handguns...

Poetry Woman Ironing by W. S. Di Piero. a city churchyard with moonlight, /headstones, sepulchres...

Poetry The Reef by David St. John. The most graceful of misunderstandings/I could not keep...

Poetry Pearl by Linda Bierds. First the skip stutters down its rail line...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 12, 1984 - Cover by Jenni Oliver

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