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    Issues of the 1980s = 8 Years, 78 Issues, 1,123 Articles
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      Issues of 1982 = 4 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1983 = 10 Issues, 127 Articles
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          Issues of 1984 = 11 Issues, 141 Articles
          1. [+]
            January 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Bloomsbury idols by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-9
            2. Julian Schnabel paints a portrait of God by Suzi Gablik, pp. 10-18
            3. The secret Kafka by Stephen Koch, pp. 19-25
            4. Painter-prince by Dan Hofstadter, pp. 26-36
            5. Windy City letters by Joseph Epstein, pp. 37-46
            6. The "big picture" in Philadelphia by William H. Jordy, pp. 47-56
            7. Marilyn, my Marilyn by Mimi Kramer, pp. 57-60
            8. [+]
              The skin of his teeth by Vernon Young, pp. 61-66 - 1 Review
              1. The Enthusiast by Gilbert A. Harrison
            9. [+]
              Irresistible nobility by Brad Leithauser, pp. 67-69 - 1 Review
              1. The Aeneid by Robert Fitzgerald and Virgil
            10. [+]
              Forster in letters by Sonya Rudikoff, pp. 70-73 - 1 Review
              1. Selected Letters of E.M. Forster, Vol I: 1879-1920 by Mary Lago, P.N. Furbank, and E.M. Forster
            11. [+]
              Goodbye to all that by Robert Nisbet, pp. 74-78 - 1 Review
              1. A Personal History by A.J.P. Taylor
            12. Talking politics, talking art by Andy Stark, pp. 79-82
            13. Letters, pp. 83-90
          2. [+]
            February 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. The MLA centennial follies by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-8
            2. Music in partibus infidelium by Samuel Lipman, pp. 9-11
            3. Derrida's dullards, Woolf's womyn by Bruce Bawer, pp. 12-15
            4. Statement on the Petrashevsky Affair by Joseph Frank, pp. 16-30
            5. Artful lying by Marnie Jones, pp. 31-42
            6. The brevity of Juan Gris by Dan Hofstadter, pp. 43-51
            7. Tennessee Williams and the fiddle in the wings by Mimi Kramer, pp. 52-57
            8. Messiaen at the Opera by Patrick J. Smith, pp. 58-63
            9. [+]
              The bells of Calanda by Vernon Young, pp. 64-69 - 1 Review
              1. My Last Sigh by Luis Bunuel
            10. [+]
              Balanchine musagete by Eva Resnikova, pp. 70-73 - 1 Review
              1. Balanchine's Ballerinas by Robert Tracy and Sharon DeLano
            11. [+]
              A passionate critic by Tom Nieman, pp. 74-76 - 1 Review
              1. The Air-Line to Seattle by Kenneth S. Lynn
            12. [+]
              Trial and tribulation by Rene Wellek, pp. 77-80 - 1 Review
              1. Dostoevsky: The Years of Ordeal, 1850-1859 by Joseph Frank
            13. Philosophizing at the Sheraton-Boston by Roger Kimball, pp. 81-84
            14. Marilyn Horne's great American songbook by Samuel Lipman, pp. 85-94
          3. [+]
            March 1984 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Waiting for Kynaston by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-5
            2. Opera 1984 by Samuel Lipman, pp. 6-20
            3. Cyril Connolly and the groans of success by Cynthia Ozick, pp. 21-27
            4. Late Picasso by Jed Perl, pp. 28-38
            5. "Les Troyens" at the Met by Jacques Barzun, pp. 39-44
            6. The resurrection of the "Last Supper" by Creighton Gilbert, pp. 45-49
            7. The American Stoppard by Mimi Kramer, pp. 50-55
            8. Treason in season by Herb Greer, pp. 56-62
            9. [+]
              H.D.: the mother of us all? by Bruce Bawer, pp. 63-69 - 1 Review
              1. H.D.: Collected Poems, 1912-1944 by Hilda Doolittle and Louis L. Martz
            10. [+]
              Meandering with Montaigne by David Paul, pp. 70-75 - 1 Review
              1. Montaigne's Travel Journal by Donald M. Frame and Michel de Montaigne
            11. [+]
              From Kant to cant by Roger Kimball, pp. 76-83 - 1 Review
              1. The Culture of Time and Space, 1880-1918 by Stephen Kern
            12. An exchange of letters on "criticism endowed", pp. 84-98
          4. [+]
            April 1984 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Professor Howe's prescriptions by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-5
            2. A new museum for Los Angeles by Christopher Knight, pp. 6-10
            3. Growing up with old records by Samuel Lipman, pp. 11-21
            4. "The battle it was born to lose" by Robert Richman, pp. 22-34
            5. Paul Modersohn-Becker by Dan Hofstadter, pp. 35-46
            6. Pater and Berenson by Paul Barolsky, pp. 47-59
            7. New poems by Donald Hall, pp. 60-62
            8. Floating light in Tokyo by Brad Leithauser, pp. 63-64
            9. Certain vers librists; Clearing the shelf by Donald Petersen, pp. 65-67
            10. Turning back the clock by Hilton Kramer, pp. 68-74
            11. Broadway goes to school by Mimi Kramer, pp. 75-81
            12. [+]
              A toga for Washington by Fred Baumann, pp. 82-89 - 1 Review
              1. Cincinnatus: George Washington and the Enlightenment by Garry Wills
            13. [+]
              Acts of reverence by Bruce Bawer, pp. 90-102 - 1 Review
              1. The Collected Prose by Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Giroux
          5. [+]
            May 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Bonnard in Paris by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-6
            2. Balthus in New York by Jed Perl, pp. 7-19
            3. The novel in the academy by Bruce Bawer, pp. 20-30
            4. Relativities by David Paul, pp. 31-47
            5. New poems by Donald Petersen, pp. 48-49
            6. High water; Alone for a week; Drink, eat, sleep by Jane Kenyon, pp. 50-52
            7. The broken willow; The otter by C.H. Sisson, pp. 53-54
            8. First skaters, Perkins Pier by Norman Williams, pp. 55-57
            9. Que Seurat Seurat by Mimi Kramer, pp. 58-64
            10. A note from the publisher, pp. 65-68
            11. The "triumph" of Mark Tansey by Eric Gibson, pp. 69-72
            12. [+]
              Tuchman's folly by Paul Johnson, pp. 73-77 - 1 Review
              1. The March of Folly by Barbara W. Tuchman
            13. [+]
              Victorian love affair by James R. Mellow, pp. 78-81 - 1 Review
              1. Austin and Mabel by Polly Longsworth, Austin Dickinson, and Mabel Loomis Todd, ...
            14. Hastening the decline of grammar by David Lehman, pp. 82-87
            15. Mme. Pierre Monteux (1894-1984) by Samuel Lipman, pp. 88-98
          6. [+]
            June 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Reproductions for the plebes by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-6
            2. The Freudian way of knowledge by Frederick Crews, pp. 7-25
            3. Writing essays by Joseph Epstein, pp. 26-34
            4. James Merrill and "Sandover" by Bruce Bawer, pp. 35-43
            5. New poems by James Aitchison, pp. 44-45
            6. Per album by Eugenio Montale and Jonathan Galassi, pp. 46-49
            7. Coming home late with the bad young man; On motel walls by David Wagoner, pp. 50-51
            8. The case of Ivo Pogorelich by Samuel Lipman, pp. 52-57
            9. Theater by Mimi Kramer, pp. 58-64
            10. The art inside the book by Creighton Gilbert, pp. 65-68
            11. Spring exhibitions by Eric Gibson, pp. 69-73
            12. Greeks invade Bloomsbury by Herb Greer, pp. 74-81
            13. [+]
              Sailing toward Poland by Vernon Young, pp. 82-88 - 2 Reviews
              1. Joseph Conrad: The Three Lives by Frederick R. Karl
              2. Joseph Conrad: A Chronicle by Zdzislaw Najder
            14. [+]
              Dostoevsky's carnival by Rene Wellek, pp. 89-93 - 1 Review
              1. Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics by Mikhail Bakhtin and Caryl Emerson
            15. A response to "The MLA centennial follies", pp. 94-102
          7. [+]
            Summer 1984 Issue = 1 Article
            1. MOMA reopened by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-58
          8. [+]
            September 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Who was Josephine Herbst? by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-14
            2. Ivy Litvinov by Samuel Lipman, pp. 15-26
            3. Watteau in Washington by Jed Perl, pp. 27-33
            4. Miller in Boston by Dan Hofstadter, pp. 34-40
            5. "Sackets Harbor, 1866" by Herbert Morris, pp. 41-49
            6. Making something out of nothing by Mimi Kramer, pp. 50-54
            7. Vienna in Venice by Ewa Kuryluk, pp. 55-59
            8. An Australian accent? by Eric Gibson, pp. 60-63
            9. [+]
              Whoring after self-respect by Mimi Kramer, pp. 64-72 - 1 Review
              1. Class by Paul Fussell
            10. [+]
              Deprivation's laureate by Donald Hall, pp. 73-75 - 1 Review
              1. Required Writing by Philip Larkin
            11. [+]
              Art and mystery by Roger Kimball, pp. 76-79 - 1 Review
              1. The Arts Without Mystery by Denis Donoghue
            12. [+]
              A public poet by Robert Richman, pp. 80-83 - 1 Review
              1. Children in Exile by James Fenton
            13. William Empson by Cleanth Brooks, pp. 84-87
            14. "A certain air of seriousness" by Bruce Bawer, pp. 88-98
          9. [+]
            October 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. The life and death of Lillian Hellman by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-6
            2. Censoring "20th-Century Culture" by Geoffrey Sampson, pp. 7-16
            3. Max Beckmann by Dan Hofstadter, pp. 17-25
            4. The "Pushcart Prize" story by Bruce Bawer, pp. 26-35
            5. Edgar Wind by Creighton Gilbert, pp. 36-42
            6. New poems by Donald Justice, p. 43
            7. The painters by Jane Kenyon, p. 44
            8. Early and late by Donald Petersen, p. 45
            9. Does a rake go to the brothel to sing? by Peter Porter, pp. 46-48
            10. McKim, Mead & White and the Renaissance in New York by William H. Jordy, pp. 49-61
            11. A winter's tale by Mimi Kramer, pp. 62-69
            12. American still life by Eric Gibson, pp. 70-75
            13. [+]
              The passions of Hilla Rebay by Lee Hall, pp. 76-80 - 1 Review
              1. Hilla Rebay by Joan M. Lukach
            14. [+]
              A critic without a country by Lionel Abel, pp. 81-86 - 1 Review
              1. An American Procession by Alfred Kazin
            15. [+]
              Photography and art by Jed Perl, pp. 87-98 - 1 Review
              1. American Photography by Jonathan Green
          10. [+]
            November 1984 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Stalinism then and now by Robert Gorham Davis and Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-6
            2. Cultural policy by Samuel Lipman, pp. 7-15
            3. Learning from Leavis by Mark Stevens, pp. 16-21
            4. Max BeckmannYESc the later work by Dan Hofstadter, pp. 22-29
            5. Letters of Henry James by Joseph Epstein, pp. 30-41
            6. New poems by Paul Mariani, pp. 42-43
            7. The hawk climbs by Leslie Norris, pp. 44-45
            8. Inertia by Richard Kenney, pp. 46-47
            9. Ansel Adams by Andy Grundberg, pp. 48-52
            10. Stravinsky's Rake, City Opera's progress by Samuel Lipman, pp. 53-56
            11. The art of George McNeil by Eric Gibson, pp. 57-60
            12. Reactionary Papp by Mimi Kramer, pp. 61-69
            13. [+]
              John Hawkes's fan club by Bruce Bawer, pp. 70-77 - 1 Review
              1. Humors of Blood and Skin by John Hawkes
            14. [+]
              The prosaic modern age by Roger Kimball, pp. 78-82 - 1 Review
              1. In the Age of Prose by Erich Heller
            15. [+]
              Finding a voice by Robert Richman, pp. 83-94 - 1 Review
              1. Each Leaf Shines Separate by Rosanna Warren
          11. [+]
            December 1984 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. The "Primitivism" conundrum by Hilton Kramer, pp. 1-7
            2. The stories of Guy Davenport by Bruce Bawer, pp. 8-14
            3. Zola and Cezanne by Frederick Brown, pp. 15-29
            4. Van Gogh at the Met by Jed Perl, pp. 30-36
            5. "Boardwalk" by Herbert Morris, pp. 37-46
            6. Pops in Portland, Elektra in San Francisco by Samuel Lipman, pp. 47-51
            7. What's so great about the RSC? by Mimi Kramer, pp. 52-61
            8. Brice Marden's abstraction by Eric Gibson, pp. 62-64
            9. [+]
              A printmaker and his themes by Creighton Gilbert, pp. 65-67 - 1 Review
              1. The Prints of Lucas Van Leyden and His Contemporaries by Ellen S. Jacobowitz and Stephanie L. Stepanek, ...
            10. [+]
              The American Corinne by James W. Tuttleton, pp. 68-70 - 3 Reviews
              1. The Letters of Margaret Fuller, Vol. I: 1817-1838 by Robert N. Hudspeth and Margaret Fuller
              2. The Letters of Margaret Fuller, Vol. II: 1839-1841 by Robert N. Hudspeth and Margaret Fuller
              3. The Letters of Margaret Fuller, Vol. III: 1842-1844 by Robert N. Hudspeth and Margaret Fuller
            11. [+]
              Christ made male by Charles Dempsey, pp. 71-76 - 1 Review
              1. The Sexuality of Christ in Renaissance Art and in Modern Oblivion by Leo Steinberg
            12. [+]
              Hippique Buddha by Philip Young, pp. 77-78 - 1 Review
              1. The Confessions of a Harvard Man by Harold Stearns
            13. [+]
              Humanist and scholar by Rene Wellek, pp. 79-82 - 1 Review
              1. Tributes by E.H. Gombrich
            14. "Art" for the Eighties? by Roger Kimball, pp. 83-94
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          Issues of 1985 = 11 Issues, 151 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1986 = 11 Issues, 167 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1987 = 11 Issues, 172 Articles
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                Issues of 1988 = 10 Issues, 157 Articles
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                  Issues of 1989 = 10 Issues, 158 Articles
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                  Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 100 Issues, 1,883 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1990 = 10 Issues, 179 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1991 = 10 Issues, 196 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1992 = 10 Issues, 197 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1993 = 10 Issues, 196 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1994 = 10 Issues, 189 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1995 = 10 Issues, 183 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1996 = 10 Issues, 197 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1997 = 10 Issues, 182 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1998 = 10 Issues, 183 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1999 = 10 Issues, 181 Articles
                                    2. [+]
                                      Issues of the 2000s = 6 Years, 52 Issues, 1,012 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 2000 = 10 Issues, 183 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 2001 = 9 Issues, 183 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 2002 = 10 Issues, 190 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 2003 = 10 Issues, 190 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 2004 = 10 Issues, 204 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  Issues of 2005 = 3 Issues, 62 Articles