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New Yorker Magazine - October 30, 1989 - Cover by Charles (Chas) Addams
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - October 30, 1989 - Cover by Charles (Chas) Addams
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 30, 1989 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 (Chas) Addams
Publication Date: October 30, 1989
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

Fiction In A War by Mavis Gallant. Steve is being raised by his aunt in Quebec, Canada because his parents are Anglican missionaries in China. Steve is friendly with Leo & Lily, who liver with their parents on the other side of Chatelroux River. The Quales are English speaking Catholics, a minority in Quebec. When Steve was...

Comment by E. J. Kahn. Briefly mentioned in a comment about Korean-American hunger strikers, who set up camp during the day in Ralph Bunche Park, across from the U.N. The strikers arrived every morning at eight, and, with the help of some volunteers, hung a dozen banners along the park's tree-lined railings and...

American Chronicles KNOWING JOHNNY JENKINS by Calvin Trillin. AMERICAN CHRONICLES about John H. Jenkins, a 49-year-old rare-book dealer from Austin, Texas whose body was discovered at the public boat ramp in Balstrop County, Texas. The cause of death was immediately apparent: a bullet wound in the back of the head. Jenkins' supporters & detractors in...

The Air Notes from the Air by John Ashbery. A yak is a prehistoric cabbage: of that, at least, we...

The Talk of the Town Telephone by Mark Singer. Talk story about John Napoleon La Corte's mission to see that Antonio Meucci gets credit for being the inventor of the telephone. In 1849, when Meucci discovered the principle that led to the invention of the telphone, Alexander Graham Bell was only 2 years old. Mr. La Corte undertook his...

Letter from Washington by Elizabeth Drew. The Bush Administration's disarray in the course of the abortive coup in Panama on Oct. 3, was matched only by its disarray afterward.. In the aftermath members of the Adm. were firing on each other and certain members of Congress were firing on it. Even if, the Adm. came out...

The Current Cinema FLOATING by Pauline Kael.

The Theatre A FREE MAN by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town M.M. by Hilton Als. Talk story about the radio program of Mama Montega which is broadcast on WRKS early in the morning. Quotes from what she said on one of her programs in which a listener voiced concern about unity in the black community. Mama Montego has a Jamaican accent and she always says...

Profiles II-STEALING A MARCH ON THE WORLD by Dan Hofstadter. PROFILE of Henri Cartier-Bresson, photographer. Writer began to rummage through Cartier-Bresson's old papers--scrapbooks of clippings and photographs & proofs & faded copies of illustrated magazines--trying to round out his mental picture of photojournalism in its shining moment, before television newscasting stole much of its function. It...

Books by Raymond Bonner.

The Talk of the Town All That's Left by Caroline Fraser. Talk story about the store Maxilla & Mandible, Ltd., on Columbus Avenue, which is the world's only osteological emporium. Most people notice the skulls and bones, first--the entire articulated skeleton of a pony rearing up in one of the street windows, for instance--but the store also stocks beetles...

Poetry Pink by Terese Svoboda. In China I remembered you only once...

Poetry Nostalgia de la Boue by George Bradley. They took away the changeable sky, all that bad weather...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 30, 1989 - Cover by Charles (Chas) Addams


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