New York Stories Landmark Writing from Four Decades of New York Magazine

ISBN-10: 0812979923

ISBN-13: 9780812979923

Edition: 2008

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The magazine that is the city that is the world Just in time for its fortieth anniversary,New Yorkmagazine presents a stunning collection of some of its best and most influential articles, stories that captured the spectacle, the turbulence, and the cultural realignments of the past four decades. Covering subjects from "Radical Chic" to, written by some of the country's most renowned authors, here are works that broke news, perfectly captured the moment, or set trends in motion. InNew York Stories, Gloria Steinem (whoseMs. Magazinewas introduced inNew York) broaches the subject of women's liberation; Tom Wolfe coins "The Me Decade"; and Steve Fishman piercingly portrays the unwanted martyrdom of the 9/11 widows. Cutting edge features that invented terms like "brat pack" and "grup"; profiles of defining cultural figures including Joe Namath, Truman Capote, and long-shot presidential candidate Bill Clinton; and reports that inspired the acclaimed moviesSaturday Night Fever, GoodFellas, andGrey Gardensall are included in this one-of-a-kind compilation. The writers who chronicled the times that began with Nixon's campaign and end with Obama's are at their best inNew York Stories. It's an irresistible anthology from a magazine that, like the city itself, is still making stars, setting standards, and going strong.
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List price: $20.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 9/16/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 624
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

Matters of Class
Radical Chic: That Party at Lenny's
The Revolt of the White Lower Middle Class
Up with Grups
How Not to Be Humiliated in Snob Restaurants
David and His Twenty-six Roommates
The Secret of Grey Gardens
The Price of Perfection
Everybody Sucks
The Rise, the Fall
Namath All Night Long
Comedy Isn't Funny
Hard to Be Rich
Hollywood's Brat Pack
The Memory Addict
Bess Myerson Is One Tough Customer
Unanswered Prayers: The Death and Life of Truman Capote
Woody and Me
I Run to Win
Cultures, Sub- and Otherwise
Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night
Night-Shifting for the Hip Fleet
The Death of (the Idea of) the Upper East Side
One Brief, Scuzzy Moment
Critics in the World of the Rising Souffle (or Is It the Rising Meringue?)
The Boo Taboo
If You've Been Afraid to Go to Elaine's These Past Twenty Years, Here's What You've Missed
How to Do a Real Crossword Puzzle
The Dead Wives Club, or Char in Love
The Permanent Revolution
After Black Power, Women's Liberation
Race: The Issue
Female Chauvinist Pigs
Say Everything
My Breast: One Woman's Cancer Story
The "Me" Decade
Criminal Acts
The Crack in the Shield
The Headmistress and the Diet Doctor
The $2,000-an-Hour Woman
Sid Vicious and Nauseating Nancy: A Love Story
The National Interest
In Your Heart, You Know He's Nixon
Wallace Agonistes
The Luck of Spiro Agnew
Jerry Ford and His Flying Circus: A Presidential Diary
Bill Clinton: Who Is This Guy?
Oh, the Humility
The Meme Prisoner
Is John McCain Bob Dole?
Dreaming of Obama
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