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The New Yorker • 81 Years, 2,910 Issues, 43,563 Articles, 369,246pp
November 29, 1993 Issue - 19 Articles
- Comment: Different Strokes, pp. 8-11
Why does America seem to be having a bad sex year?
- In the Mail, pp. 12-15
- Goings On About Town, pp. 16-74
- The Talk of the Town, pp. 75-79
Felix Rohatyn's view, carnivore knowledge, seagull shoot-out, etc.
- Letter from Washington: The Making of a Machine, pp. 80-93
How Bill Daley, the son and brother of Chicago mayors, helped Clinton win NAFTA---Cook ...
- Reflections: Polly's Face, pp. 94-97
The image of an abducted child haunts her community
- Profile: Steven Martin - The Late Period, pp. 98-103
What's so funny about Picasso and Einstein? Only Steve Martin knows for sure, as he pai...
- "Heirloom", pp. 104-109
- "Poem Ending with a Line from Dante", pp. 110-113
- Fiction: "Sisters of the Moon", pp. 114-116
- Scrapbook: The Thrill of the Chase, pp. 117-119
- A Reporter at Large: The Invisible Enemy, pp. 120-135
Land mines kill or maim thousands of people around the world every year, but until rece...
- Jazz, pp. 136-147
[+] The Current Cinema (Review) , pp. 148-151
- The Piano (1993 Film) by Jane Campion
- Musical Events, pp. 152-158
"The European Mystics"
[+] Books: The Critic in Winter (Review) , pp. 159-164
The Sixties: The Last Journal, 1960-1972, by Edmund Wilson and Lewis M. Dabney
- The Sixties: The Last Journal, 1960-1972 by Edmund Wilson and Lewis M. Dabney
[+] Briefly Noted (4 Reviews) , p. 165
- Kafka Was the Rage by Anatole Broyard
- Pushed Back to Strength by Gloria Wade-Gayles
- No Place Like Utopia by Peter Blake
- Before Night Falls by Reinaldo Arenas
- Shouts and Murmurs, pp. 166-168
To Mr. Winslow
- Cover: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner