The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The New Yorker is a weekly magazine with a mix of reporting on politics and culture, humor and cartoons, fiction and poetry, and reviews and criticism.

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John McCain and the End of Romantic Conservatism

This year's warm tributes to McCain have obscured the political matters of why the President continues to make an enemy of him, and of what conservatism will lose when McCain...

Aug 18

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Kofi Annan's Unaccountable Legacy

Kofi Annan's ability to project an unflappable persona was generally cited as his great strength. But in other, much more profound ways, this aloofness was his defining weakness.

Aug 18

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The Trouble with Dogs for a Writer

Owning a dog undermined my literary project, which, since it is so largely autobiographical, somehow dissipated in a way I don't fully understand but that, presumably, had to do with...

Aug 18

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Curt Schilling and Steve Deace Try to "Make Sports Talk Great Again"

Curt Schilling and Steve Deace, the co-hosts of "On the Clock," view their show as a response to the wearingly politicized state of mainstream sports talk.

Aug 18

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"Memoir of War," Reviewed: A Generic, Thoughtless Adaptation of Marguerite Duras

Emmanuel Finkiel's film "Memoir of War" stars Mélanie Thierry, in an adaptation of Marguerite Duras's book "La Douleur" that dreadfully empties a vast experience of the Occupation in France.

Aug 17

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