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New Yorker Magazine - November 16, 1981 - Cover by Donald Reilly
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New Yorker Magazine - November 16, 1981 - Cover by Donald Reilly
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 16, 1981 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: Donald Reilly
Publication Date: November 16, 1981
Page Count: 238 pages
In this issue:

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Alfred Barr by Calvin Tomkins.

A Reporter in Poland AND THERE WAS LIGHT II - SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1981 by Lawrence Weschler. REPORTER IN POLAND, about the writer's return to that country in early September, for the First National Congress of Solidarity Delegates, in Gdansk. The Congress had two sessions, one six days long, beginning September 5th, and on twelve days long, starting September 26th. Writer describes conditions in Poland: shortages of...

Musical Events Finding the Right Path by Andrew Porter.

The Theatre BACKSTAGE by Brendan Gill.

Fiction The City by John Updike. Carson is a former mathematics teacher. At fifty, long divorced, he is a computer salesman. His daughter has disowned him, and his son is travelling somewhere in Mexico. He is on a plane to a midwestern city where he hopes to sell computers when he begins to feel sick. He...

Fiction Larry by Mavis Gallant. Larry is taking care of an apartment for some rich people. He has the run of sixteen dust-sheeted rooms while he tries to decide whether or not to leave Paris. It is the summer of 1954 and he is studying art on the G.I. Bill. His father comes to...

Dancing Maximizing Minimalism by Arlene Croce.

Jazz Reunion by Whitney Balliett.

Comment by Howard Moss. Browsing through some recent issues of the Sunday Times Magazine, we were happy to see that among both the male and female models the proportion of smiling ones to menacing ones is on the rise. Warmed by this new trend, we were startled by a brochure that arrived in the...

A Reporter at Large I-THE UNDERCLASS by Ken Auletta. REPORTER AT LARGE about the underclass or hard-core unemployed. Few training or job programs reach them. An experiment to help, called supported work, was designed by a N.Y.-based nonprofit corp., the Manpower Demonstration Research Corp. (M.D.R.C.). It attracted money from the federal government, the Ford Foundation, and others...

Comment by Ann Beattie. A young woman we know who lives downtown writes that everybody has a story like this one. With some people it's an epiphany, and others never realize what they're talking about. Tells about high points in the lives of two of her friends. One night last week she walked out...

The Art World THE ART WORLD ALFRED BARR by Calvin Tomkins. Column written on the occasion of memorial service held by the Museum of Modern Art for Alfred Barr, who died last August. Speakers at the service, which was held Oct. 21, included William S. Paley, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd, Meyer Schapiro, and Philip Johnson. Writer describes Barr as a...

The Talk of the Town Highway by Mark Singer. Talk story about the abandoned portion of the West Side Highway, which is still standing until construction of the Westway, an interstate highway, begins. The portion mentioned extends from Jane Street to the Battery, slightly less than 2 miles. A number of trees are growing there. They began to take...

The Talk of the Town Halloween on a Triple: Forty-five Points by Alastair Reid. Talk story about a multi-language Scrabble tournament—the first ever—held on Halloween in the Atrium of the Citicorp Building on E. 53rd St. Miss Kathleen Nolan, of Brouillard Communications, which handles public relations for the makers of Scrabble, thought up the idea earlier this fall. She...

Poetry At The Cloisters by David Weiss. This is the herb garden of Bonnefont...

Poetry November Wedding by Andrew Baird. The determiner of the cold sundial...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 16, 1981 - Cover by Donald Reilly

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