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New Yorker Magazine - June 28, 1982 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
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New Yorker Magazine - June 28, 1982 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 28, 1982 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. Magazine is not perfectly flat - it is slightly curled towards the binding.


Cover artist: J. J. Sempe
Publication Date: June 28, 1982
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

Dancing The Kirov Abroad, Stravinsky at Home by Arlene Croce.

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. LETTER FROM LONDON about the ceasefire in the Falkland Islands war, which was announced Monday, June 14. The speed with which Port Stanley and Argentine resistance fell was a surprise after the belligerent declarations from Buenos Aires. Since Saturday, when John Nott, the Defense Secretary, had announced the strong British...

Reflections THE MYSTERY AND MELANCHOLY OF A CAREER by Sanford Schwartz. REFLECTIONS about the work of artist Giorgio de Chirico, whose work is being featured at the Museum of Modern Art. William Rubin, who directed the show, describes it in the catalogue as "The first in-depth exhibition focussing on the great early work." Writer compares the career of de Chirico...

The Talk of the Town Bert's Place by Stanley Mieses. Talk story about Bert Padell, who is known as "the accountant to the stars," but is also an investor, business manager, and career planner. The offices of Padell, Nadell, Fine & Weinberger are testimony to the fact that Bert Padell enjoys being in proximity to creative people. Describes reception area...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Fiction Stainer Reigns at McNair-Raider by Howard Moss. Betty Prashker, associate publisher and vice-president of Doubleday, has been named vice-president of Crown Publishers. Prashker has been with Doubleday for 21 years. She replaces Carole Baron, who left Crown last October to become publisher of Dell Publishing, a Doubleday subsidiary, etc.--Publishers Weekly Writer parodies this announcement...

Fiction The Bond by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Reuven Berger, a talented Yiddish writer, is sitting in a cafe with the writer in Warsaw. He says there are some cases when a man is forced to slap a woman. He proceeds to tell a story that happened about 10 years ago. Reuven was living with a well-bred...

Letter from Europe by Jane Kramer. LETTER FROM EUROPE about how Europeans reacted to the war in the Falklands and the fear of terrorism in Paris. Writer says that because Giscard d'Estaing pursued a fairly sleazy oil diplomacy in the Middle East, Paris was almost immune to terrorism. Mitterrand has cancelled that by being evenhanded in...

Comment by Ved Mehta. A friend who is a tireless walker writes: Most people go to Central Park only in good weather, but I walk there 365 days a year--winter or summer, rain or shine, disarmament march or no. Last Sunday, I put on my boots and raincoat, took my umbrella, and, as...

Musical Events Looking for Limits by Nicholas Kenyon.

The Talk of the Town Tower Crane by James Stevenson. Talk story about a visit to the top of the nearly finished 44-story I.B.M. Building on Madison Ave. at 57th St. Writer talks to John Farrell, a stone-derrickman and rigging foreman for Peter Bratti Associates, about construction apparatus, specifically how the huge cranes get on top of buildings...

A Reporter at Large A SPORTY GAME/III-BIG, BIGGER, JUMBO by John Newhouse. REPORTER AT LARGE about the development and sale of wide-bodied commercial aircraft by Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, and Lockheed. These larger planes were built in response to steady growth of passenger numbers in the 1950s and 1960s, the increased speed of airliners allowed by jet engines, and the airlines' desires...

The Talk of the Town Orchids by Judy Mellecker. Talk story about a four-day orchid show at the New York Botanical Garden's Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, sponsored by the Greater New York Orchid Society. Aproximately 8500 people came to see more than 1000 varieties of orchids. Writer speaks to Henry Rothman, co-chairman of the show, about the...

The Current Cinema THE ONLY LOGICAL THING TO DO by Pauline Kael.

Fiction Box Step by Frederick Barthelme. Ann is a pretty, divorced ex-model who has been Henry's secretary for the past 3 months. Henry is a sales executive, also a divorcee. The story takes place in the South. Henry invites Ann to his apartment although her one previous visit made him nervous. Henry and Ann decide...

Poetry Ago Bay: The Regatta in the Skies by Laurence Lieberman. For hours, our Pullman(half sleeper...

Poetry Hummingbird by J. D. McClatchy. There is no hum, of course, nor is the bird...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 28, 1982 - Cover by J. J. Sempe


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