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New Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1985 - Cover by Iris Van Rynbach
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New Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1985 - Cover by Iris Van Rynbach
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 9, 1985 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: Iris Van Rynbach
Publication Date: December 9, 1985
Page Count: 164 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Books by Whitney Balliett.

Fiction Simple by George W. S. Trow. The Carlisle-Luxurious. Elegant. Spacious. The Carlisle has, quite simply, everything. The Ardsley- Luxurious. Elegant. Spacious. The Ardsley has, quite simply. everything.-Real estate adv. in the Times. Quite simply, they are healthier.-Helth-club adv. in the Times, same issue. Scene: At the Manna-ha-ta, a smart tower...

A Reporter in Washington by Elizabeth Drew. Pres. Reagan has a tremendous reservoir of good will to draw from & he went into & came out of the summit conference-despite its relative lack of real accomplishment-sustained by that good will. That there was no breakthrough on arms control & in fact, no ostensible progress on...

Fiction Continuing Care by Daniel Menaker. Somehow the writer's Uncle Sol, 89, made it through the winter in his apartment in N.Y. & went back up to his house in the Berkshires. Writer had to take him to the hospital because he had bronchitis. He was supposed to stay there several days but he signed himself...

The Talk of the Town And Son by William McKibben. Mention in talk story about New York Daily News editorial cartoonist Paul Rigby & his son, New York Post editorial cartoonist Bay Rigby. He was hired in the late 1960s by Rupert Murdoch, who lured him to London, then, in 1977, to New York, where he drew a cartoon across...

The Talk of the Town Komar and Melamid by Ian Frazier. Talk story about a visit with the Russian artists Vitaly Komar & Alexander Melamid, whom we met about 5 years ago, soon after they arrived in America. Watching the TV coverage of the summit talks between Reagan and Gorbachev made writer think of the artists, so he visited their new...

The Talk of the Town The Mapleson Cylinders by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about turn-of-the-century recordings of the Metropolitan Opera, made on an Edison Home Phongraph by the Met's company librarian, Lionel Mapleson. He began his work on Jan. 16, 1901 & abandoned his hobby in 1903. His legacy, 135 wax cylinders from the golden age of opera...

The Sporting Scene CATCHING UP by Roger Angell. THE SPORTING SCENE about the end of the baseball season and the World Series, won by the Kansas City Royals. Writer says baseball is better annotated & reported than it used to be. Mentions many journals and books on the subject. It was a record year at the gate in...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. In the absence of major agreements at the summit conference in Geneva, what lingers in the mind is the sheer fact of the meetings between the two heads of state--meetings not of two political systems or of two nuclear arsenals, but of two men. In ancient times people endowed...

Poetry This Couple by C. D. Wright. NOw is when we love to sit before mirrors...

Poetry A Brief Introduction to Winter by Mark Strand. Down a back alley in the center of town...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1985 - Cover by Iris Van Rynbach


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