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

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

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The Complete New Yorker: Eighty Years of the Nation's Greatest Magazine by David Remnick

From the Editors of The New Yorker

Over 4,000 issues on 8 DVDs for MAC and PC
Introduction by David Remnick

For the first time, every page of every issue of America's leading magazine -- from full-color covers to spot drawings, from poetry to Profiles, from cartoons to advertisements -- on reader-friendly and highly searchable DVDs.

The Complete New Yorker covers The New Yorker's entire history, from the February 21, 1925 issue to the February 14 & 21, 2005 issue, the magazine's 80th anniversary, providing a detailed yet panoramic history of the life of the city, the nation, and the world during the most exciting and astounding decades any society has ever known.

Every word and every page -- and every cover painting, cartoon, illustration, and luxurious ad -- of 4,109 issues, viewable, readable, and printable in full color, just as they appeared in the magazine with an easily searchable index.

The companion anthology offers many New Yorker highlights, including samples of the magazine's best writing, finest art and funniest cartoons.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781400064748
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/20/2005
Edition description: Includes 8 DVD's
Pages: 124
Product dimensions: 9.41(w) x 12.35(h) x 1.16(d)

About the Author

David Remnick has been the editor of The New Yorker since 1998. A staff writer for the magazine from 1992 to 1998, he was previously The Washington Post's correspondent in the Soviet Union. The author of several books, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the George Polk Award for his 1994 book Lenin's Tomb. He lives in New York with his wife and children.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
First of all, your computer will need a DVD-ROM--if yours doesn't have one, you're out of luck. I'm a big fan of the old movie reviews in the 'Current Cinema' section, but was dismayed to find that you cannot come across a particular movie by typing its name under 'search' in the search archive section. You have to first find out the year of the movie and go through the contents of each issue for that particular year. The viewer will take up a lot of space on your monitor's screen--reset your settings to 1024 x 748 pixels to overcome this. That said, a fun time can be had reading old articles by Woody Allen, viewing the cigarette ads (one features a baby!) and don't get me started on the cartoons--hilarious, still. I even came across a 1963 article in which my father's name was mentioned in passing!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like to look at the past this is a set to purchase. I've been having fun looking at allot of the older New Yorker magazines just to read the ads but the articles are still fresh and ring true today as they were back then.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of those special pacakages that you can see what happened on your birthday and see all of the old ads This is allot better than thoses Newspaper books this is every issue. Page for page since 1925, I've been enjoying this package very much. Its great Americana reading!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The best item in the bookstores this Christmas. I even came close to throwing out my old New Yorkers but reconsidered at the last minute.