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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 04:38:24 PM mt

Mitt Romney vs. Donald Trump: If Utahs New Senator Is Serious He Should Be Running for President




Amy Davidson Sorkin writes on the Washington Post op-ed written by Mitt Romney, the Republican senator-elect from Utah, criticizing Donald Trumps Presidency.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 04:38:12 PM mt

How Predictable Is Donald Trump




Isaac Chotiner speaks to the Washington Post investigative reporter Michael Kranish, who wrote, with the author Marc Fisher, a biography of the President called Trump Revealed.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 03:46:41 PM mt

David Bowman and the Furry-Girl School of American Fiction




Jonathan Lethem remembers his friend David Bowman, the author of Let the Dog Drive and the newly released Big Bang.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 03:46:38 PM mt

Unforeseen




In Unforeseen, Jill Lepore writes about predicting the future.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 03:46:30 PM mt

Review: Sarah Mosss Ghost Wall a Slender Novel That Evokes Existential Dread




Margaret Talbot recommends Sarah Mosss Ghost Wall, a short, sharp tale of suspense that conjures up the dark magic and vestigial landscapes of ancient Britain with a contemporary feminism.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 01:31:46 PM mt

Bird Box Reviewed: An Apocalypse Built for Netflix




Richard Brody reviews the new Netflix movie Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 01:31:41 PM mt

Conversations With Ma: Bathroom Trash and Germ Theory




Julia Wertz illustrates a humorous conversation between a mother and daughter.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 09:06:34 AM mt

Daily Cartoon: Wednesday January 2nd




Teresa Burns Parkhursts Daily Cartoon gets 2019 off to a great start.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 08:39:39 AM mt

Start 2019 Off Right with a Weird-Colored Smoothie




Jason Hayes writes a satirical recommendation for weird-colored smoothies as a way to start the New Year off right.
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The New Yorker
Wednesday January 02, 2019 @ 08:39:32 AM mt

We Still Live Within the Mediated Alienated World of The Moviegoer




Paul Elie writes about Walker Percys novel The Moviegoer, from 1961, which transcends its Southern setting to become a thoroughly modern work of fiction.
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