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New Yorker Magazine - April 19, 1982 - Cover by Heidi Goennel
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New Yorker Magazine - April 19, 1982 - Cover by Heidi Goennel
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 19, 1982 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: Heidi Goennel
Publication Date: April 19, 1982
Page Count: 178 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Faith McNulty. A woman we know who lives in the country writes: "My little horse is named Sunny, and he has more lives than a cat. Each time I think he is done for, he gathers some mysterious resources and routs the dark angel once more. He has done it againNten minutes...

Fiction Where the Mountains Are by Bill Barich. Robert Anderson' s mother, Mrs. Forche (remarried after his father' s death) came to Idaho Falls for a visit in honor of his son's graduation. Robert hadn't seen his mother since his father's funeral and hoped she'd be impressed with the maturity of his life. He'd met his wife Carol...

Books Maestro by George Steiner.

Profiles AN ANGLER AT HEART by Ian Frazier. PROFILE about Jim Deren, proprietor of the Angler's Roost, a fishing-tackle shop in New York, and about the writer's experiences fishing. Writer describes walking from the offices of The New Yorker to Deren's store, at 141 E. 44th St. He first met Jim Deren when he was trying to...

Around City Hall CASTING PROBLEMS AROUND CITY HALL by Andy Logan. Mayor Koch announced his candidacy for governor on Feb. 22 and from that time political commentators have treated him as though he has the Democratic nomination sewed up. State Comptroller Ed Began, who had been a leading contender for the Republican nomination, withdrew from the race soon afterward, and Rep...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of "Diva," a French film directed by Jean-Jacques Beinix...

Fiction A Mild 'Complaint' by John Updike. Parody of the fact that 'something' about a close and reverent 'exposure' to the work of Henry James seems to lead his commentators into a virtually 'manic' use of quotation marks. Writer gives some 'specimens,' quotes from an introduction to James's 'English Hours,' by Alma Louise Lowe, e.g., "There were...

Annals of Finance THE SUPPLY SIDE by John Brooks. ANNALS OF FINANCE about supply-side economics-a way of approaching govt. management of a national economy that is opposed to the way the economy has been managed in the U.S. most of the time over the past half century. It is the biggest new, or quasi-new, idea to...

The Talk of the Town A Discipline by Natacha Stewart. Talk story about a visit to the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see Stella Blum and talk with her about the immensely successful exhibit "The Eighteenth-Century Woman," which opened Dec. 16th and will run until the end of August. Stella Blum is the Costume Institute's...

Musical Events Fidelity by Andrew Porter.

The Current Cinema RHAPSODY IN BLUE by Pauline Kael.

The Talk of the Town Boomerang by Calvin Tomkins. Talk story about a sculpture called "Boomerang," by the sculptor Owen Morrel. It juts out from the southeast corner of the McGraw-Hill Building and looks from certain angles like an extra-large hang-glider taking off. Writer went up to the 32nd floor terrace for a private viewing with...

Poetry Elegy for a Child's Shadow by Susan Mitchell. leaning against it, and a shadow. tempting a child to fill it...

Poetry In Traffic by Howard Moss. Even if the highway had been moved to dance...

Poetry Married Love by Lizbeth Rosenberg. The trees are uncurling their first...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 19, 1982 - Cover by Heidi Goennel

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