I'm starting to prepare a graduate topics course on Complex and Kahler manifolds for January 2011. I want to use this course as an excuse to teach the students some geometric analysis. In particular, I want to concentrate on the Hodge theorem, the Newlander-Nirenberg theorem, and the Calabi-Yau theorem.
I have many excellent references (and have lectured before) on the Hodge and CY theorems. However, for the Newlander-Nirenberg theorem, I am finding it hard to find a "modern" treatment. I recall going through the original paper in my graduate student days, but I hope that there is a more streamlined version floating around somewhere. (I want to consider the general smooth case, not the easy real-analytic version). Besides the original paper, so far I can only find these references:
J. J. Kohn, "Harmonic Integrals on Strongly Pseudo-Convex Manifolds, I and II" (Annals of Math, 1963)
L. Hormander, "An introduction to complex analysis in several variables" (Third Edition, 1990)
Both are easier to follow than the original paper. But my question is: are there any other proofs in the literature, preferably from books rather than papers? The standard texts on complex and Kahler geometry that I have looked at don't have this.