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The New Yorker : Sep 27, 1999

The New Yorker : Sep 27, 1999

New Yorker Magazine, June 7, 1947 (Rea Irvin)

New Yorker Magazine, June 7, 1947 (Rea Irvin)

Slow Ideas - Some innovations spread fast.  Atul Gawande, The New Yorker

Spreading Slow Ideas

Slow Ideas - Some innovations spread fast. Atul Gawande, The New Yorker

Read sometime - Research Shows That the Smarter People Are, the More Susceptible They Are to Cognitive Bias : The New Yorker

Why Smart People Are Stupid

Shakespeare & Co.: The Endangered Bookstores of New York by Bob Eckstein >> via The New Yorker

The Endangered Bookstores of New York

Bob Eckstein shares drawings and stories inspired by bookstores around New York City.

Arthur Getz cover illustration for The New Yorker.

The New Yorker Cover - July 8, 1967

July 20, 2015 - Jean-Jacques Sempe

July 20, 2015 Issue

Why Are American Kids So Spoiled? : The New Yorker

Spoiled Rotten

Ray Bradbury, the author of “The Martian Chronicles,” “Fahrenheit and many other classics of science fiction and fantasy, died this morning, …

The New Yorker July 8 1939

The New Yorker July 8 1939

The New Yorker - Saturday, July 1939 - Issue # 751 - Vol. 15 - N° 21 - Cover by : Richard Taylor

The Translation Wars-translating Dostoyevsky

The Translation Wars

"The Translation Wars: How the race to translate Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky continues to spark feuds, end friendships, and create small fortunes." David Remnick, The New Yorker, Nov.

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