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The New Yorker • 81 Years, 2,910 Issues, 43,563 Articles, 369,246pp
September 12, 1994 Issue - 15 Articles
- Comment: A Manageable Crowd, pp. 7-9
Quietly, the population bomb is getting defused
- In the Mail, pp. 10-13
- Goings On About Twon, pp. 14-36
- The Talk of the Town, pp. 37-39
Infidelity by the book, U.S. Open box talk, etc.
- Annals of Communications: Fee Speech, pp. 40-47
On the lecture circuit some journalists behave a lot like politicians---and their ratio...
- Letter from Bangladesh: A Fugitive from Injustice, pp. 48-54
What led the Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin to defy mobs and mullahs, and why has sh...
- "Happy Marriage", pp. 55-61
- Annals of Advertising: This Vodka Has Legs, pp. 62-83
The whizzes who made history with the ad campaign that had everyone ordering Absolut no...
- Fiction: "We Two Grownups", pp. 84-88
[+] Books: Dwight Macdonald, Individualist (Review) , pp. 89-95
A Rebel in Defense of Tradition, by Michael Wreszin
- A Rebel in Defense of Tradition by Michael Wreszin
[+] The Current Cinema (Review) , pp. 96-98
- Cafe au Lait (1994 Film) by Mathieu Kassovitz
- Musical Events: The Salzburg Festival, pp. 99-101
[+] Books: Briefly Noted (4 Reviews) , pp. 102-103
Playing for the Ashes, by Elizabeth George
- Playing for the Ashes by Elizabeth George
- 9 Highland Road~~Nine Highland Road by Michael Winerip
- The Coast of Summer by Anthony Bailey
- Home Rules by Denis Wood and Robert J. Beck
- Shouts and Murmurs, pp. 104-106
- Cover: Life at the Top