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THE NEW YORKER

January 5, 1998

 

THE NEW YORKER

February 9, 1998

 

 THE NEW YORKER

Feb 16, 1998

  • A Reporter at Large

    A Celebration of Reagan

  • Photograph

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  • Photograph

    Unsinkable

  • A Critic at Large

    The Making and Unmaking of James Baldwin

    The private and public lives of the author of “The Fire Next Time” and “Giovanni’s Room.”
  • Solution

    Answers to 8 x 10 Cryptic No. 32

  • Briefly Noted

    Briefly Noted

  • The Current Cinema

    A Film of One’s Own

  • Photograph

    Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

  • Puzzle

    8 x 10 Cryptic No. 33

  • Shouts & Murmurs

    Dear Amanda


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Jan 12, 1998



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THE NEW YORKER
Oct 2, 2006


  • Audio

    Comedy Cavalcade

    From the 2005 New Yorker Festival, Anthony Lane, Patricia Marx, Andy Borowitz, and other writers read from their work.
  • Pop Notes

    Master Killer

  • Critic’s Notebook

    Bringing Sexy Back

  • Critic’s Notebook

    Family Affairs

  • In the Academy

    Shortchanged

  • Poems

    The Birthing

  • Fiction

    Other People’s Deaths

  • Briefly Noted

    Things I Didn’t Know

    by Robert Hughes (Knopf; $27.95)
  • Books

    Dispossession

    Charles Frazier’s second novel.
  • The Theatre

    Kingdom Come

    Michael Cumpsty reinterprets the downfall of Richard II.



THE NEW YORKER
Nov 30, 2009

  • The Sporting Scene

    Daddies Win

    Can we love the Yankees now?
  • Letter from Honduras

    An Old-Fashioned Coup

    As elections loom, can a deposed leader return?
  • A Reporter at Large

    Either/Or

    The case of the champion runner Caster Semenya strips bare the complicated intersection of sports, sex, and gender.
  • A Critic at Large

    The Politics of Death

    Since the Karen Ann Quinlan case, in 1975, the right to life and the right to die have become central to policy debates from abortion to health care.
More Reporting

Shouts & Murmurs

  • Shouts & Murmurs

    Thanksgiving Travel Update

  • Shouts & Murmurs

    My Parents, Enid And Sal, Used To Be Porn Stars

More Shouts & Murmurs

Fiction

  • Fiction

    Midnight in Dostoevsky

    Fiction by Don DeLillo: “The class was Logic, in Cellblock 2, thirteen of us seated along both sides of a long table . . . .”

 

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July 7, 2003




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