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New Yorker Magazine - May 26, 1986 - Cover by Paul Degen
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 26, 1986 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: Paul Degen
Publication Date: May 26, 1986
Page Count: 108 pages
In this issue:

A Reporter at Large A MISSING PLANE III-PILOT by Susan Sheehan. REPORTER AT LARGE about Robert E. Allred of the Army Air Forces who was the pilot of a B-24 plane that crashed on Mar. 22, 1944, on a cross-country flight from Jackson's Drome, Port Moresby to Nadzab in New Guinea. The plane was not found & and its...

Books by George Steiner.

Comment Comment, Part II by Jeremy Bernstein. The accident at the nuclear plant in Chernobyl, in the Soviet Union inspires this comment. A friend of ours writes...that he's been asking himself, "What does it mean when something looks silent?" He asked this after seeing TV pictures of the damaged reactor at Chernobyl. There was no motion...

Comment Comment, Pt. I by Jonathan Schell. Richard Nixon is"back." So we learn from Newsweek, on whose recent cover we find a picture of him, smiling broadly. To be "back,"of course, you must've first been somewhere, then gone somewhere else & then returned. The most notable spot that Nixon once occupied & then departed from...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Mr. Long by William McKibben. Talk story about Huey P. Long, a Lee County, Alabama, county commissioner. Writer was driving along an Alabama road one Saturday this spring & noticed a big white sign with black letters that said"Re-Elect Huey P. Long County Commissioner." Our Mr. Long, it turned out, was born 4...

The Talk of the Town Osu! by Mark Singer. Talk story about a karate birthday party given for 8-year-old Joshua Feldman, son of Geoff and Jill, of Great Neck. The concept for this party occurred to Howard Frydman and his partner Tokey Hill, who run the Karate Center of Champions, a martial-arts academy that sits right...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Letter from Washington by Elizabeth Drew. Tells about the phenomenon of Pres. Reagan's popularity, about recent steps by the White House to curb terrorism, about the political benefits of Chernobyl's nuclear disaster for the President, and about the current scandal involving Michael K. Deaver, a former White House Deputy Chief of Staff, who set up a...

The Talk of the Town Indolence by James Stevenson. Illustrated talk story about observing striped sawhorses and barricades that, for the most part, are falling down. Writer demonstrates how spring fever was taking a heavy toll in midtown the other afternoon (sunny, light breeze, seventy-five degrees and climbing). Glassy-eyed pedestrains glided this way and that. Indolence was...

Fiction Reaching the Stars: My Life as a Fifties Groupie by Bobbie Ann Mason. The writer tells about her teen-age years, when she was a shy, backward anti-social kid living on a farm near Mayfield, Kentucky, 150 miles from the nearest city, Nashville. She was determined to meet somebody famous. She talks about the stars she met. She listened to the radio...

Fiction Daughters by James Munves. Story which opens in Canada,about the family of David and Lucy, who are divorced. Both later acquire new spouses. They had three girls: Patricia, Cindy, and Bonnie. Piece begins when Bonnie is about to get married. Lucy comes from a well-to-do family, and her mother never worked...

Poetry The Claim by Reynolds Price. Since you agreed to live in my house...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 26, 1986 - Cover by Paul Degen


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