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New Yorker Magazine - June 8, 1981 - Cover by Gretchen Dow Simpson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 8, 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: Gretchen Dow Simpson
Publication Date: June 8, 1981
Page Count: 158 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Household Words by Ron Padgett. Indian Territory: A wife tells her husband to write down what he has just said: "That blue-and-white frying pan looks just like one that Gabby Hayes' beautiful young wife might have used in 1903..." "If you took away his beard and age...you'd probably find an exceedingly handsome...

The Talk of the Town Two Dedications by Bruce Bliven. Second part of two-part Talk story about dedications ceremonies. On May 20, a real-estate company named Corporate Property Investors held a dedication ceremony, at Roosevelt Field, for an outdoor sculpture, "Spirit," by the noted Swedish artist Bjorn Erling Evens. May 20, 1981, was the fifty-fourth anniversary of...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Despite general dissatisfaction with the leadership of Mrs. Thatcher, even the Opposition Labour Party is generally supportive of the Prime Minister's refusal to grant the status of political prisoner to the hunger strikers at Northern Ireland's Maze Prison. The P.M.'s husband is the center of a new farce at...

The Talk of the Town Two Dedications by Emily Hahn. First of two-part Talk story about dedications ceremonies. A new premises for The Asia Society opened at 725 Park Avenue. A Korean shaman, named Duyee Chang, performed a dedication ceremony -- a Korean mask dance...

A Reporter at Large THE PATIENT III - IS THERE NO PLACE ON EARTH FOR ME? by Susan Sheehan. REPORTER AT LARGE about the case history of Sylvia Frumkin (pseudonym), a patient at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center. Writer describes her family: her parents, Harriet and Irving, both 73, are the children of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. Neither was able to practice the profession they desired and both were long...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Writing in these pages, Jacobo Timerman, the exiled Argentine author and newspaper editor (now an Israeli citizen) has taken Jewish leaders in Buenos Aires to task for what he believes is their failure to be vocal enough in opposing anti-Semitism in their country, their reason being, apparently, that the...

Books Fresh from the Forties by John Updike.

Sketchbook by Elizabeth Drew. REPORTER IN WASHINGTON about President Reagan's initial success with his economic program, some problems he's had and can expect to encounter in the future. Even as Reagan's popularity was soaring, members of the administration were aware that there could be some problems getting all of the President's budget proposals passed...

Fiction A Wedding by Lore Segal. Ilka is a Jewish refugee from Vienna, who came to America after WWII, and lives in New York City. She meets a stout American named Carter Bayoux in Nevada, while she is on vacation. The man comes to New York and calls Ilka, asking her to have dinner with him...

Musical Events Currents by Nicholas Kenyon.

Fiction Still-Lifes by Saul Steinberg. Four drawings: the first one shows a violin, fruit and flowers; the second one a container of milk, some jars, bottles and packages, a book by Gris and a Bach record; the third one shows souvenirs: a plate, a miniature police car, a clock, a mobile, the fourth one shows...

The Talk of the Town Getting Things by William Franzen. Talk story about a young Manhattan friend who thinks about all the prizes and awards people got last Thursday. Mayor Koch received an award from the Screen Actors Guild. Phil Donahue was named Broadcaster of the Year by the International Radio and Television Society. Miss Rebecca won at Belmont. Kim...

Poetry Those Were The Days by Philip Levine. The sun came up before breakfast...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 8, 1981 - Cover by Gretchen Dow Simpson

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