ESQUIRE - March 1991

Volume 115, No. 3 - Jim Morrison cover

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Esquire, New York, 1991, Volume 115, No. 3.  Magazine format, 172 pages.  Very good plus; very gently read, tiny bottom edge slits to first few ad pages.  Contents Features:  Jim Morrison is Dead and Living in Hollywood; “Goodbye to Me, Hello to We” Louisiana governor Charles “Buddy” Roemer; Why the English Are So Dry; Go Jiro Goes Crazy – What happens when a five-hundred-foot radioactive lizard gets jealous? An apocalyptic love story; Harry Connick Jr. Plays the Sands; Nureyev: Dancing in His Own Shadow; and more.

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