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The New Yorker • 81 Years, 2,910 Issues, 43,563 Articles, 369,246pp
December 13, 1993 Issue - 19 Articles
- Comment: After Brady, pp. 4-7
The country's newest gun-control law isn't just a symbol
- In the Mail, pp. 8-13
- Goings On About Town, pp. 14-52
- The Talk of the Town, pp. 53-59
Human Rights Watch, Yoko Ono's message, Broadway in the can, etc.
- Letter from Washington: Ed Rollins' Spin Cycle, pp. 60-68
Does the Whitman-campaign fallout signal the end for Ed Rollins---or just business as u...
- Life and Letters: Rushdie in the Louvre, pp. 69-80
An appearance by Salman Rushdie in Paris recalls an earlier case in the battle for writ...
- Annals of Communications: TV's New Gold Rush, pp. 81-89
Herb Granath leads the American invasion of newly privatized overseas networks
- A Reporter at Large: Closing the File on Flight 007, pp. 90-95
For ten years, charges of a coverup clouded inquiries into why the Soviets shot down fl...
- "Guided Tour of a Well-Known House", pp. 96-101
- Artist at Large: Liverpool's Children, pp. 102-107
- Fiction: "Live Wires", pp. 108-109
- "Ghost Riders of the Moon", pp. 110-114
- Children's Books, pp. 115-121
[+] The Current Cinema (2 Reviews) , pp. 122-125
- Blue (Three Colors Trilogy) (1993 Film) by Krzysztof Kieslowski
- A Dangerous Woman (1993 Film) by Stephen Gyllenhaal
- On Television, pp. 126-128
- The Theatre, pp. 129-134
Tony Kushner's "Perestroika"
- The Art World, pp. 135-143
- Shouts and Murmurs, pp. 144-146
Papal Infallibility Examined
- Cover: Even the Late Shop Early