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Why Philly Loves the Eagles’ Big Nick Foles, ...

John Seabrook on Nick Foles, the Philadelphia Eagles ...
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What It Felt Like When “Cat Person” Went ...

Kristen Roupenian writes about what it was like when her ...
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A Lost Story by Sylvia Plath Contains the ...

Katy Waldman writes about Sylvia Plath’s lost story, ...
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A Début Novel Captures a City on the ...

James Wood reviews Guy Gunaratne’s “In Our Mad and ...
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“Etiology,” by Maggie ...

Poetry by Maggie Millner: “I was born to watch / the ...
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“All Rivers,” by Amos ...

Fiction by Amos Oz: “I’m tired of words. You strive ...
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“American Sonnet for the New Year,” by ...

Poetry by Terrance Hayes: “Things got terribly ugly ...
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Greek to Me, by Mary ...

Mary Norris, also known as the Comma Queen, on the ...
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The History of ...

For centuries, curiosity about the mystical and ...
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Sunday Reading: Meals for the ...

From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces by Dana ...
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The Israel of Amos ...

Bernard Avishai on the Israeli writer Amoz Oz, who died ...
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What Israel Meant to Amos ...

Bernard Avishai on the Israeli writer Amoz Oz, who died ...
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Review: Sarah Moss’s “Ghost Wall,” a ...

Margaret Talbot recommends Sarah Moss’s “Ghost ...
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David Bowman and the Furry-Girl School of ...

Jonathan Lethem remembers his friend David Bowman, the ...
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Orhan Pamuk Reads Jorge Luis ...

Orhan Pamuk joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss ...
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Taymour Soomro on the Sights, Sounds, and ...

Deborah Treisman talks to Taymour Soomro about ...
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“Philosophy of the Foot,” by ...

Fiction by Taymour Soomro: “Listen to the ...
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“Pretend It Was Just the Wind,” by ...

Poetry by Gary J. Whitehead: “Water crept into ...
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“Advent,” by Heather ...

Poetry by Heather Christle: “It’s ...
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“Philosophy of the Foot,” by Taymour ...

Fiction by Taymour Soomro: “Listen to the foot,” the ...
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Sally Rooney Gets in Your ...

Lauren Collins on the Irish writer, who has been hailed ...
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Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and the Art of ...

The writer cast her satiric gaze widely, scrutinizing ...
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A Twisted Fairy Tale About Toxic ...

Laura Miller on Sophie Mackintosh’s début novel, ...
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“Pretend It Was Just the Wind,” by Gary J. ...

Poetry by Gary J. Whitehead: “Water crept into our ...
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“Advent,” by Heather ...

Poetry by Heather Christle: “It’s hopeless, the ...
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Sunday Reading: Literary ...

From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces by Saul ...
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The Twenty-Five Most-Read New Yorker Archive ...

Erin Overbey reviews the articles from The New ...
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The Modern Monkhood of Thomas ...

Alan Jacobs on the life, spiritual journey, and writings ...
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The Nick Cave Song That Changed My ...

Emily Flake considers the song ”Jubilee ...
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Sunday Reading: The ...

From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces by George ...
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More Books We Loved in ...

The New Yorker writers Alexandra Schwartz, Naomi Fry, ...
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A Trump Biography for Teens Is a New Lens on ...

Katy Waldman reviews Martha Brockenbrough’s ...
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How Muriel Spark Came Home to ...

Kirsty Gunn writes on the celebration, in Edinburgh, of ...
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Mary Gaitskill Reads “Acceptance ...

Deborah Treisman hosts the author Mary Gaitskill, who ...
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Mary Gaitskill Reads “Acceptance ...

Deborah Treisman hosts the author Mary Gaitskill, who ...
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The Chills and Moods of Yukiko Motoya’s ...

Katy Waldman writes on the subtle feminism of the ...
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What Cafés Did for ...

They were essential social institutions of political ...
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Mary Gaitskill on the Relationship Between ...

Deborah Treisman talks to Mary Gaitskill about ...
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“112th Street,” by James ...

Poetry by James Longenbach:  “If only once, ...
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“Short Talk on Homer and John ...

Poetry by Anne Carson: “Does the demographic of ...
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“Greetings, Friends!” The New ...

Ian Frazier on the year 2018: “In many ways ...
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“Acceptance Journey,” by Mary ...

Fiction by Mary Gaitskill: “Somehow, somewhere ...
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“112th Street,” by James ...

Poetry by James Longenbach:  “If only once, if ever ...
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What Cafés Did for ...

They were essential social institutions of political ...
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Sunday Reading: The Khashoggi ...

From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces that ...
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Four Books That Deserved More Attention in ...

James Wood recommends Walter Kempowski’s ...
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Ling Ma’s “Severance” ...

Jiayang Fan reviews “Severance,” a début ...
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Ling Ma’s “Severance” Captures the ...

Jiayang Fan reviews “Severance,” a début novel by ...
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The Best Books of ...

Katy Waldman picks the best books of 2018, including ...
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A Novel About Coming of Age Amid the ...

Laura Miller on Anna Burns’s ...
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Literary Hoaxes and the Ethics of ...

Louis Menand on what happens when we find out writers ...
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Sylvia Plath’s Last ...

Dan Chiasson on a new volume of Plath’s ...
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Sylvia Plath’s Last ...

Dan Chiasson on a new volume of Plath’s ...
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Tracy K. Smith’s Poetry of ...

Hilton Als on Smith, a storyteller who loves to ...
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