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New Yorker Magazine - March 12, 1984 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
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New Yorker Magazine - March 12, 1984 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 12, 1984 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: J. J. Sempe
Publication Date: March 12, 1984
Page Count: 160 pages
In this issue:

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

A Political Journal by Elizabeth Drew. Writer tells about the days before the New Hampshire primary to choose a Democratic Presidential candidate. The contest received disproportionate attention because it comes early-on Feb. 28 this year. No one has become Pres. since 1952 who did not win the N.H. primary. Tells about the campaign of front...

Fiction The Lower Pontalba by Berry Morgan. A 17-year-old boy was sent to DePual's sanitarium because of his problems with anxiety and loss of memory. He went there a month ago, straight from Mississippi, when his father was taken away. He landed in the custody of his stepfather, Philip St. Clair in New Orleans. Now...

A Reporter at Large II-TITO'S LEGACY by Robert Shaplen. REPORTER AT LARGE about Yugoslavia, a country which seems determined to work out its own fate methodically according to its own schedule and devices. This may well be the true legacy of Tito and his disciples who became ideological recluses after their break, in 1948, with Stalin and the Comin...

The Sporting Scene IN THE FIRE by Roger Angell. THE SPORTING SCENE about baseball catchers, whom the writer observed during the 1983 spring term in Arizona and Florida, and also during the regular season. Writer talked to about a dozen catchers, including Bob Boone, Milt May, Tom Haller, Carlton Fisk, and Ted Simmons. Tells what they and others said...

Fiction What I Want by George W. S. Trow. What I want is a clear blue sky, fresh sparkling waters, success in lawsuits. I have a lawyer. When I go to see him I put on a clean shirt. We have a sort of established routine. He says: So, I haven't seen you recently. I say: I've been away...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Seventh Avenue Going Home by Ann Goldstein. Talk story about an interrupted trip on the subway. Writer takes the D train home, to Seventh Avenue in Brooklyn -- a trip that usually lasts between twenty-five and thirty minutes. Writer has gotten into the habit of timing all of her trips home. Tells in detail all of the...

Comment by Burton Bernstein. The summary execution of a diplomat or a representative of some national or religious group by faceless terrorists is such a regular event these days that it threatens to become merely ordinary news. When Leamon R. Hunt, the Oklahoma born director-general of the multinational force that monitors the peace...

The Talk of the Town Secrets by William McKibben. Talk story about Bob Collier & his school for aspiring actors on West 46th Street. Writer talked to Tom Width, a good After picture, who explained that in the months since finishing the course, he's had five national commercials...

Books by Jeremy Berstein.

The Talk of the Town Flakes by James Stevenson. Illustrated Talk story about scattered snowflakes that suddenly appeared outside the writer's 18th floor window one morning. They performed a variety of whirls, dives, spins, and ascents against the backdrop of dark old office buildings to the north. Some didn't do much, but some raced through elaborate maneuvres before they...

The Talk of the Town A Quiet Morning by Lillian Ross. Talk story about the finals of the first William Kapell Piano Competition held at the Greenwich House Music School, at 46 Barrow St. Three finalists, between the ages of 12 and 21, played for five judges. William Kapell, for whom the contest was named, was recognized as one of the...

Poetry Old Wood Roads by Brendan Galvin. Sowed shut with humus/and scuts of moss...

Poetry To the Reader by Mark Jarman. Today, having turned 83, /I turned back in my coma. I see...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 12, 1984 - Cover by J. J. Sempe


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