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    The New Yorker: September 21, 1998 by Barnes, Julian; Angell, Roger; Earley, Tony; Updike, John; Cunningham, Michael; Martin, Steve; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Very Good+. 1998. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by his entry, "Deceptively Simple," on page 138. Also has entries by Tony Earley, John Updike, Steve Martin, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has some edge and shelf wear, creases near spine tail, small bumps on spine ends, paperclip crease on head edge of page 132 to back cover; otherwise, free from major defect. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 148 pages; Signed by Author .


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    Tennis Reginald Weir, Wire Tapping 1949 by William Talbert, Dr. Reginald Weir,Alan Moorehead,Irwin Shaw, Wolcott Gibbs,

    The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- Date: The New Yorker April 2, 1949 Size and Page Count: 8.5" X 11" Tall, approx. 60 pages Condition: Fair - 2 missing pages - 13/14, 41/42 Cover: Houses along the Beach Real Estate Broker by Edna Eicke Illustrations: Full color illustration on front & back covers as well as many color and B&W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons inside magazine. Comment Wire Tapping By Wolcott Gibbs "The Climate of Insomnia" by Irwin Shaw. "The Face Within the Face" by Mark Schorer. "Our Far-Flung Correspondent: A Streetcar Named Boccaccio" by Alan Moorehead. "Postscrips to the American Language: Scented Words" by H. L. Mencken. On the Tennis Courts - William Talbert and Dr. Reginald Weir, a Negro physician. Many great cartoons Color Ads The New Yorker Magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons & focus on life in New York City. Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), Books


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    The New Yorker: May 4, 1992 by Barnes, Julian; Nelson, Antonya; Brodsky, Joseph; Strand, Mark; Porter, Andrew; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Near Fine. 1992. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by her entry, "Letter from London," on page 78. Also has entries by Mark Strand, Joseph Brodsky, Andrew Porter, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has minimal edge wear; otherwise, in fine condition. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 96 pages; Signed by Author .


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    Piano Player and his Stool April 9, 1949 Vladimir Nabokov, Zuni Shalako by Janet Flanner, Wolcott Gibbs, William Walden, Rex Lardner, and Brendan Gill,E. A. Maher and E. J. Kahn, Jr.,

    The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- Date: The New Yorker April 9, 1949 Size and Page Count: 8.5" X 11" Tall, approx. 60 pages Condition: Fair - 5 missing pages - 5/6, 9/10, 19/20, 45/46, 89/90, center page loose. Cover: Piano Player and his Stool by Abe Birnbaum Illustrations: Full color illustration on front & back covers as well as many color and B&W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons inside magazine. Credible - By William Walden, Rex Lardner, and Brendan Gill Entree -By E. A. Maher and E. J. Kahn, Jr. Minority View - By Lucia Miller and Geoffrey T. Hellman The Jukes Family Revisited - By Wolcott Gibbs Poem Word - By Stephen Spender Letter From Rome - By Janet Flanner 100,000-Count 'Em-1,000 - By A. J. Liebling Portrait of My Mother By Vladimir Nabokov Andrew Gunnar Hagstrom Reporter in New Mexico Zuni Shalako -1 Ruth Bunzel


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    The New Yorker: June 12, 1989 by Barnes, Julian; Kumin, Julian; Oliver, Edith; Porter, Andrew; Strand, Mark; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Very Good+. 1989. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Includes "Shipwreck" by Julian Barnes. Also has entries by Maxine Kumin, Elizabeth Macklin, Paul Brodeur, Elizabeth Drew, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has minimal edge wear, fold on bottom corner of first advertisement page, 1.5-inch tear on spine head; otherwise, in fine condition. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 125 pages .


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    The New Yorker May 8, 1943 Painting Camoflauge on Artillery WWII by Various

    soft. -ORIGINAL EDITION- World War II Magazine Date: May 8, 1943 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 68 pages Condition: Fair, Cover Condition : Very Good , some pages missing , Cover 'Painting Camoflauge on Artillery' by Alan Dunn (1900–1974) was a cartoonist known for his work in The New Yorker. He also had architectural expertise and submitted work to Architectural Record. He was married to fellow cartoonist Mary Petty. He eventually became The New Yorker's most prolific illustrator, creating nine covers and nearly 2000 cartoons over 47 years. Illustrations: Full color illustration on front cover as well as many black and white illustrations inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Contains: This magazine is famous for it's focus on life in New York. Departments include Goings On About Town, The Art Galleries, Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue: Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, and The Theatre. Articles and Ads Of Interest: Amo, Amas, Amat, Amamus, Amatis, Enough! Profiles: Young Captain Chips Lockheed ad Letter from Tripoli A Little Poison Never Hurt Anybody


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    The New Yorker: March 5, 1990 by Barnes, Julian; Atwood, Margaret; Brodsky, Joseph; Harris, Liv; Porter, Andrew; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Near Fine. 1990. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by his entry, "Letter from London," on page 91. Also has entries by Margaret Atwood, Joseph Brodsky, Anthony Bailey, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has minimal edge and shelf wear, tiny bumps on spine ends, faint paperclip mark on head edges of pages; otherwise, free from major defect. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 108 pages; Signed by Author .


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    The New Yorker December 18, 1943 Christmas Dad Buying Son Toys by Various

    soft. The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- Date: December 18, 1943 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx.84 pages Condition: Good, back cover has a tear at top edge, one page missing,pg.7/8 , pg. 77/78 loose Cover: Christmas Dad Buying Son Toys (war time), by Perry Barlow Illustrations: Full color illustration on front back covers as well as many color and B W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- This magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons focus on life in New York City. Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), Books Ads Of Interest : 4th War Loan Drive, Park Tilford, Cross, Bank of New York, Lucien Lelong, Fisher, Phillip Morris, American Export Lines, Cine-Kodak , Four Roses, Bell Aircraft, Kaywoodie Briar, Cadillac, Gilbey's Gin


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    The New Yorker, June 6, 2005 by Franzen, Jonathan; Hadley, Tessa; Williams, C. K. ; Merwin, W. S

    New York: Conde Nast Publications. Very Good. 2005. First Edition. Soft cover. Includes: Article "The Retreat" by Jonathan Franzen. A Short Story "A Mouthful of Cut Glass" by Tessa Hadley. A Poem " Marina" by C. K. Williams. A Poem "Just This" by W. S. Merwin. Very Good--two chips out of spine.. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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    The New Yorker January 22, 1944 Art Exhibit Gala Opening by Various

    soft. The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- Date: January 22, 1944 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 60 pages Condition: Good, Cover Condition: Very Good - small amount of soiling near spine, pg. 5/6 missing Cover:""Art Exhibit Gala Opening"" by Artist: Constantin Alajalov (also Aladjalov) (1900-1987) was an American painter and illustrator. He immigrated to New York City in 1923. His illustrations were on the cover of The New Yorker and The Saturday Evening Post. His works are in the Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Syracuse University and the Archives of American Art. Constantin Alajalov painted posters for revolutions in Russia and Persia before emigrating to New York. Illustrations: Full color illustration on front cover as well as many black and white, and color illustrations inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Contains: This magazine is famous for it's focus on life in New York. Departments include Goings On About Town, The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, and The Theatre. Articles and Ads Of Interest: Full page ad for United Airlines A Review of the book ""Good Night, Sweet Prince"" by Gene Fowler - about John Barrymore A full page color ad for Don Q Rum Full page ad for New York Central railroad The Theatre, pp. 34-39 Of All Things, pp. 40-41 A Reporter At Large, pp. 42-43 On and Off the Avenue, pp. 44-45 About the House The Current Cinema (2 Reviews) by David Lardner, p. 46 Mechanized Thriller Refrain from a Crystal Ball (Verse) by Al Graham, pp. 46-47 Letter from London, pp. 48-49 ""The Life and Times of John Barrymore"" (Review) by Edmund Wilson, pp. 50-56 Good Night, Sweet Prince, by Gene Fowler Fiction (5 Reviews) , p. 57 General (6 Reviews) , pp. 58-59 Mystery and Crime (3 Reviews) , pp. 60-126


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    New Yorker, January 10, 1977 by Helprin, Mark; Merwin, W. S. ; Jamison, Stephen; Stokes, Terry

    New York: The New Yorker Magazine. Near Fine. 1977. First Edition. Soft cover. Includes: A Short Story "The Schreuderspitze" SIGNED & DATED by Mark Helprin. A Short Story "A Street of Day" by W. S Merwin. A Poem "The Sea Which is Always Bringing Us Brides" by Stephen Jamison. A Poem "Passing Out" by Terry Stokes. Near Fine--pages tanned. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author .


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    The New Yorker July 27, 1946 Spring Valley Veterans Park by John McCarten, Malcolm Cowley, Various

    soft. The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- Date:July 27, 1946 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 60 pages Condition:Very Good, Complete , Cover has a small pink stain at top of cover Cover: ""Spring Valley Veterans Park"" By Alan Dunn Alan Dunn (1900–1974) was a cartoonist known for his work in The New Yorker. He also had architectural expertise and submitted work to Architectural Record. He was married to fellow cartoonist Mary Petty. He eventually became The New Yorker's most prolific illustrator, creating nine covers and nearly 2000 cartoons over 47 years. Illustrations: Full color illustration on front back covers as well as many color and B W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- This magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons focus on life in New York City. Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), Books Articles and Ads Of Interest: A Reporter At Large, pp. 35-41 Of All Things, p. 42 The Race Track, pp. 43-44 On and Off the Avenue, pp. 45-52 Letter from London, pp. 53-55 The Current Cinema (3 Reviews) by John McCarten, pp. 56-57 Songs, No Witty Patter Books A Summer Miscellany (5 Reviews) by Edmund Wilson, pp. 58-59 The Portable Faulkner, by Malcolm Cowley, William Faulkner, ... Briefly Noted Fiction (3 Reviews) , p. 60 General (4 Reviews) , p. 60 Mystery and Crime (Review) , pp. 60-62


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    Original Cartoon Drawing by ROSE, CARL

    Approximately 16 x 22”; framed and glazed; wash on illustration board. The drawing depicts lines of West Point cadets; a sergeant-major looks at his watch, consulting another sergeant; typed caption pasted at the lower margin, “Late again! I’ve a good mind to start without those news reel fellows.” Signed in ink lower left by the artist “Carl Rose.” On the verso there is a label with a number and “New Yorker” penciled in; large pencil date “7/4/31” and various other notations including “Winship. Boston Globe.” Laurence Winship eventually became editor of the Globe, and his son succeeded him. For those to whom the reference is obscure, marching cadets were a dramatically filmed standard in newsreel footage. These short features, along with cartoons, short subject pictures and coming attractions almost always preceded feature presentations in movie theaters. Of these, only the last remains a staple. The addition of product advertisements, exhortations to patronize the refreshment stand and chastisements regarding behavior (presumably replacing the extinct flashlight equipped usher) have not improved the cinema experience.


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    The New Yorker May 15, 1943 School Recess With Nuns in Manhattan by C.S. Forester, Shirley Jackson, Various

    soft. -ORIGINAL EDITION- World War II Magazine Date: May 15, 1943 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 72 pages - one page missing , one page loose, some pages browned from age Cover 'School Recess With Nuns in Manhattan' by Susanne Suba (1913-?) Born in Hungary May and Miklos (who was a painter and architect). Her family emigrated to the United States and settled in Brooklyn when she was a young girl. After studying art at Pratt Institute in New York, Ms. Suba moved to Chicago to work as a book illustrator. She collaborated with various authors, including her husband Russell McKracken, and was a regular contributor to Publisher's Weekly and other publications throughout the years. As a freelance painter and illustrator, Ms. Suba had exhibitions at The Boston Museum, the Art Director's Club in both Chicago and New York, The Museum of Modern Art, The Brooklyn Museum and many other smaller venues. She Illustrated many children s books and also wrote and Illustrated at least 3 books. Illustrations: Full color illustration on front cover as well as many black and white illustrations inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Contains: This magazine is famous for it's focus on life in New York. Departments include Goings On About Town, The Art Galleries, Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue: Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, and The Theatre. Profiles: If Trouble Can be Avoid On Discovering a Butterfly -Poem The Army Life- XXXI-Australian Recess Golden Wedding ad Letter from London, pp. 39-41 Of All Things, pp. 42-46 The Current Cinema (4 Reviews) by David Lardner, pp. 47-48 Problems at Home and Abroad Song for a Lazy Morning (Verse) by Richard Armour, p. 49 The Race Track, pp. 50-58 Come Dance With Me in Ireland by Shirley Jackson The Art Galleries, pp. 59-61 Musical Events, pp. 62-63 Concert Records, pp. 64-66 Ship's Company (2 Reviews) by Clifton Fadiman, pp. 67-69 The Ship, by C.S. Forester, ... Fiction (5 Reviews) , p. 70 General (4 Reviews) , p. 71 Mystery and Crime (2 Reviews) , p. 72


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    The New Yorker: March 5, 1990 by Barnes, Julian; Atwood, Margaret; Brodsky, Joseph; Ormsby, Eric; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Near Fine. 1990. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by his entry, "Letter from London," on page 91. Also has entries by Garrison Keillor, Margaret Atwood, Joseph Brodsky, Mimi Kramer, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has minimal edge and shelf wear, red check mark on page 93; otherwise, free from major defect. Protected in archival bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 108 pages; Signed by Author .


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    The New Yorker September 8 1945 Troops Coming Home - World War II by Various

    soft. The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- World War II Date:September 8, 1945 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 60 pages Condition: Good Cover Condition: Very Good, page 35/36 missin g , Cover:""Troops Coming Home""by Alan Dunn Illustrations: Full color illustration on front back covers as well as many color and B W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- This magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons focus on life in New York City. Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), The Current Cinema (2 Reviews) by W.G., pp. 41-42 Take a Deep Breath A Reporter At Large, pp. 43-52 On and Off the Avenue, pp. 53-59 Letter from Rio de Janeiro, pp. 60-65 The Race Track, pp. 66-67


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    The New Yorker, June 6, 2005 by Franzen, Jonathan; Hadley, Tessa; Williams, C. K. ; Merwin, W. S

    New York: Conde Nast Publications. Near Fine. 2005. First Edition. Soft cover. Includes: Article "The Retreat" by Jonathan Franzen. A Short Story "A Mouthful of Cut Glass" by Tessa Hadley. A Poem " Marina" by C. K. Williams. A Poem "Just This" by W. S. Merwin. Near Fine. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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    The New Yorker June 26, 1943 Marines in the South Pacific WWII by Various

    The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION- Date:June 26, 1943 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 64 pages Condition: Good , cover Very Good , has a little wear at spine, one page missing -pg.9/10 Cover:""Marines in the South Pacific"" by: Rea Irvin Rea Irvin(1881-1972) was an American graphic artist. Although never formally credited as such, he served de facto as the first art editor of The New Yorker . He created the Eustace Tilley cover portrait and the New Yorker typeface. He first drew Tilley for the cover of the magazine's first issue on February 21, 1925. Tilley appeared annually on the magazine's cover every February until 1994. He created the Irvin Type for The New Yorker Magazine. Illustrations: Full color illustration on front back covers as well as many color and B W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian-- -- This magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons focus on life in New York City. Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), Books Ads Of Interest: Three Feathers, Bergdorf Goodman, Lehtheric Perfumes, Ladies Home Journal, Bank of New York, Magnavox, B. Altman Co., American Railroads, General Motors, Brooks Brothers Clothing, Bell System Overseas, Tiffany and Co.


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    The New Yorker: September 19, 1994 by Barnes, Julian; Buruma, Ian; Atlas, James; Finnegan, William; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Near Fine. 1994. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by his entry, "Interference," on page 94. Also has entries by William Finnegan, James Atlas, Steve Brodner, Terrence Rafferty, and others. Ships same or next business day. Address sticker on tail edge of front cover. Magazine has minor edge and shelf wear, small rubs on spine ends, paperclip crease and small rubs on head edge of back cover; otherwise, free from major defect. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 116 pages; Signed by Author .


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    The New Yorker January 1, 1944 'New Year's Party But Alone' by Various

    soft. The New Yorker January 1, 1944-ORIGINAL EDITION- Date: Jan. 1, 1944 Size and Page Count: 8.5"" X 11"" Tall, approx. 60 pages Condition: Very Good, COMPLETE-no pages missing, some rubbing and soiling on cover Cover : Color Illustration by Peter Arno of a New Years Eve Party and a couple that seem disinterested in bringing in the New Year's with a kiss. Illustrations: Full color illustration on front cover as well as many black and white, and color illustrations inside magazine ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Contains: This magazine is famous for it's focus on life in New York. Departments include Goings On About Town, The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, and The Theatre. Articles and Ads Of Interest: The play ""Oklahoma"" is billed as the pleasantest entertainment in town. Black and white 1/2 page ad for the Waldorf-Astoria Interesting WWII ad encouraging ""Use it up...Wear it out...Make it do...Or do without Article about the draft and its inefficiencies Theatre Critic Wolcott Gibbs roasts two plays of the time Beautiful full page advertisement for Lucien Lelong's face powder


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    The New Yorker: June 12, 1989 by Barnes, Julian; Kumin, Julian; Oliver, Edith; Porter, Andrew; Strand, Mark; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Near Fine. 1989. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by her entry, "Shipwreck," on page 40. Also has entries by Maxine Kumin, Elizabeth Macklin, Paul Brodeur, Elizabeth Drew, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has minimal edge wear; otherwise, in fine condition. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 125 pages; Signed by Author .


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    The New Yorker: September 30, 1991 by Barnes, Julian; Geng, Veronica; Moorie, Lorrie; Kramer, Mimi; Porter, Andrew; Etc

    New York: The New Yorker. Very Good+. 1991. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. SIGNED by Julian Barnes by her entry, "Letter from London," on page 74. Also has entries by Veronica Geng, Lorrie Moore, Milton Viorst, Andrew Porter, and others. Ships same or next business day. Magazine has minimal edge wear, small creases on front covers, thin scratches on tail edge of front cover, faint rubs on back cover; otherwise, in near fine condition. Protected in archival plastic bag. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 98 pages; Signed by Author .


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    The New Yorker, July 9, 1984 by Heaney, Seamus; Updike, John

    New York: The New Yorker Magazine. Near Fine. 1984. First Edition. Soft cover. Includes: A Poem "Sandstone Keepsake" by Nobel Prize Winner Seamus Heaney. John Updike Book Review of Guillaume Appollinaire's book of short stories "The Poet Assassinated". Near Fine. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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    New Yorker, March 20, 2006 The Style Issue by Heaney, Seamus; Erdrich, Louise

    New York: Conde Nast Publications. Near Fine. 2006. First Edition. Soft cover. Includes: Four Poems by Nobel Prize Winner Seamus Heaney: "Helping Sarah" & "A Clip" & "A Hagging Match" & "The Turnip-Snedder". A Short Story "Gleason" by Louise Erdrich. Near Fine. Ships same or next business daiy. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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    The New Yorker April 19, 1947 by O'Hara, John; Shaw, Irwin

    New York. Good. 1947. Softcover. Complete issue of the April 19, 1947 New Yorker. Contains the short story "Drawing Room B" by John O'Hara. "Recapitulation" by Morris Bishop. The short story "Widow's Meeting" by Irwin Shaw. This magazine is in Good condition only and should be bought just for the cover, or by someone who actually knows what they're doing when it comes to restoration. Perhaps a third of the pages are stuck together. These pages could be opened using a non-staining solvent (lighter fluid) and lots of patience. Spine a bit rolled. Tears to the right edge of some pages. Protected in plastic sleeve. Ships same or next business day. .


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