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The Complete New Yorker: Eighty Years of the Nation's Greatest Magazine…

by The New Yorker

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This complete collection of New Yorker articles includes many by M.F.K. Fisher, who wrote prolifically for the magazine in the 1970s and 1980s.
  rschwed | Oct 6, 2013 |
How to mark this as anything but currently reading, since it will take decades to complete. I bought the mini-hd version and it's well worth the price. To be able to search on authors and topics of articles written decades ago is simply marvelous. Or, just to pick a year and wander through the magazine. I have subscribed to the New Yorker for years and still consider it one of the finest magazines (except for the short term of Tina Brown at the helm when it was almost ruined -- thank goodness for David Remnick.) An astonishing resource. Everything is there, including the cartoons. ( )
  ecw0647 | Sep 30, 2013 |
Every word, article, cartoon, advertisement, poem, and short story in 80 years of a fine magazine. It's overwhelming, and a treasure, and though it can be searched, the DVD version is slow. They have released the same content on a portable hard disk drive that doesn't require swapping disks and is a lot faster. Buy a good, large video screen and read and browse for the rest of your life. ( )
  abirdman | Jul 4, 2007 |
Sigh. Only true nerds need this collection, certainly, but I love having ALL New Yorkers at my disposal. ( )
1 vote amyfaerie | Feb 2, 2007 |
Glorious. I am honestly planning a full day (or days) off work so i can trawl through this collection. Since they are scanned pages, rather than just the text of the articles, you get the old advertisements, and importantly the cartoons! You can even choose to just go through the cartoons in an edition. Heaven! And since the New Yorker will be issuing updates, i have decided to pass on my magazines once i have read them. ( )
  ForrestFamily | Mar 24, 2006 |
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Celebrates eighty years of the magazine with a collection of eight searchable DVDs that contain every page of The New Yorker from February 1925 through February 2005, accompanied by a companion book filled with highlights.

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