Title: The New Yorker Magazine
|Date:||January 29, 2003|
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However, other than the title of the magazine and the drawing itself, the only other printed words contained on the cover are the date of the issue and the price of the magazine; 35 cents.
? July, 1986 ? The July 7th, 1986 edition of The New Yorker presents a cover with a cartoon illustration of a woman holding a very large birthday/celebration cake...
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Similar to the rhetoric of the 1966 issue, John Biechman uses the colors of red, white, and blue within the woman's dress to portray the patriotic feeling of our Independence Day, "The Fourth of July". In addition to the American flag colors within the woman's dress and garment Biechman includes a figure of the Statue of Liberty on top of the cake to further express a feeling of patriotism...
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