Synopses & Reviews
EVERY PAGE OF EVERY ISSUE ON 8 DVD-ROMS, WITH A COMPANION BOOK OF HIGHLIGHTS.
A cultural monument, a journalistic gold mine, an essential research tool, an amazing time machine.
What has the New Yorker said about Prohibition, Duke Ellington, the Second World War, Bette Davis, boxing, Winston Churchill, Citizen Kane, the invention of television, the Cold War, baseball, the lunar landing, Willem de Kooning, Madonna, the internet, and 9/11?
The Complete New Yorker offers a detailed, entertaining history of the life of the city, the nation, and the world since 1925.
Every article, every cartoon, every illustration, every advertisement, exactly as it appeared on the printed page, in full color. Flip through full spreads of the magazine to browse headlines, art work, ads, and cartoons, or zoom in on a single page, for closer viewing. Print any pages or covers you choose, or bookmark pages with your own notes.
Our powerful search environment allows you to home in on the pieces you want to see. Our entire history is catalogued by date, contributor, department, and subject.
4,109 ISSUES. HALF A MILLION PAGES. YOURS TO SEARCH AND SAVOR.
A cultural moment, a journalistic gold mine, an essential research tool, an amazing time machine: 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 is available on eight reader-friendly, highly searchable DVD-ROMs.
About the Author
David Remnick (Introduction) is the editor of the New Yorker. He is the author of several books, including King of the World and Lenin's Tomb, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1994. He lives in New York City with his wife and three children.