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The New Yorker • 81 Years, 2,910 Issues, 43,563 Articles, 369,246pp
May 24, 1993 Issue - 18 Articles
- Comment: Two Murders, pp. 4-7
One of New York City's two martyred journalists didn't die in vain
- Goings On About Town, pp. 8-28
- The Talk of the Town, pp. 29-35
Bill and Abe, Umberto Eco's favorite things, Tom Jones in church, etc.
- Cultural Pursuits: Muriel Spark Between the Lines, pp. 36-43
There's a divine reasoning behind what the writer puts into---and leaves out of---her b...
- Letter from Vietnam: Prisoners of the Past, pp. 44-53
The United States needs to make its peace with Vietnam, but the war's final deception m...
- A Reporter at Large: Remembering Satan---Part II, pp. 54-60
Preparing the case against a Washington-state deputy sheriff who had been charged with ...
- "Polite Nods from the Host", pp. 61-66
- Artist's Notebook: The Anatomy Lesson, pp. 67-73
- "Woe!", pp. 74-76
- Our Local Correspondents: Child's Play, pp. 77-81
New York City's children finally have some safe and imaginative places to play in
- Fiction: "Irresistibly", pp. 82-89
[+] Books: The Surreal Anita Hill (Review) , pp. 90-96
The Real Anita Hill, by David Brock
- The Real Anita Hill by David Brock
- The Art World, pp. 97-100
[+] The Current Cinema (Review) , pp. 101-103
- Man Bites Dog (1992 Film) by Remy Belvaux, Andre Bonzel, and Benoit Poelvoorde, ...
- The Theatre, p. 104
"Kiss of the Spider Woman," "Playboy of the West Indies"
- Books: Briefly Noted, p. 105
- Shouts and Murmurs, pp. 106-108
Stuck in Trees
- Cover: A la Recherche du Printemps Perdu