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New Yorker Magazine - May 13, 1991 - Cover by Donald Reilly
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New Yorker Magazine - May 13, 1991 - Cover by Donald Reilly
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 13, 1991 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: May 13, 1991
Page Count: 112 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Guy Trebay. Comment about AIDS. Adrian, a friend of writer's fixed him dinner last week. Writer was there to help lug the air conditioner to Adrian's apartment on Gracie Square. Adrian is a 32-year-old artist who works in wood. His carvings are made on pine boards with an X-Acto...

The Talk of the Town Restoration by Adam Gopnik. Talk story about going inside the Washington Arch, in Washington Square Park, which is being restored. One enters through a little door in the west face of the west pier. A winding stairway leads to a brick-lined chamber in the top of the arch, and to the roof beyond...

The Talk of the Town Sea Hunt by Richard Preston. Talk story about scuba diving in New York Bay. The divers, James Tony Dobson, John Ford and Jim Stone, all dive from Penny Beach, on Staten Island. Dobson and Stone are heating-and-cooling engineers who work at the Paine Webber building on Sixth Avenue, and Ford is a retired...

Fiction Four Simple Things You Can Do to Save the Planet by Danny Shanahan. Four-panel cartoon spread, parodying the book "Fifty Simple Things You Can Do to Save the Earth." 1. "Eat your mail." 2. "Don't drag your feet when you walk." 3. "Do cross word puzzles in your head." 4. "Teach your pet to perform photosynthesis...

Fiction A Lovely Day by Julie Hecht. Short story about a woman photographer who travels to New England to photograph a world-renowned reproductive surgeon with his dog...

Annals of Government SERVING THE PRESIDENT II-THE VIETNAM YEARS by Clark Clifford. ANNALS OF GOVERNMENT about the writer serving as adviser to Pres. Johnson. In early 1968 he became Sec. of Defense. In late Jan. came the Tet Offensive in Vietnam. Both Pres. Johnson & Gen. Westmoreland had seen reports warning of the possibility of a large enemy offensive in early 1968...

The Theatre FOLLY by Edith Oliver.

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Report from Vienna by Amos Elon. Writer visits the imperial burial vault. Tourists in the vault sang the old Austro-Hungarian imperial hymn, and a man burst in when they were done to tell them that he and they were in the same spiritual realm. The incident reminded writer of a statement he heard several times...

Books by Kennedy Fraser.

The Film File Journey of Hope by Michael Sragow. It’s actually a journey into fear: a struggling Turkish farmer takes his wife and young son on a perilous trek to Switzerland, hoping to find “paradise behind the mountains.” Black-market operators strip them of their possessions and dignity. The action in this icy muckraker culminates when the family and other...

Poetry The Cemetery by Alexander Thorburn. The cemetery is connected to the cave...

Poetry Two Prayers by Mary Jo Salter. Rigid as a tuning fork...

Poetry Trees by Jonathan Bracker. So greatly that I hardly see them, trees...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 13, 1991 - Cover by Donald Reilly

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