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Silly question-

How do I access the new yorker archive through the library website?

I am looking for Pauline Kael's film reviews from Jan. 8, 1990-

thanks! Prof. Loven
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Not silly at all. However, the article you requested:

Title: The Current Cinema: Melodrama/Cartoon/Mess
Source: Kael, Pauline. New Yorker Volume: 65 Issue: 47 (1990-01-08) ISSN: 0028-792X

is unfortunately not available in full text through our databases, only the above citation.

You may request the full text of this article via Interlibrary Loan.

https://oldwestbury.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/logon.html

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