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Omar Khadr: Guantanamo's Child Soldier Goes Home to Canada : The New Yorker

Omar Khadr: Guantanamo's Child Soldier Goes Home to Canada : The New Yorker

Sincerely Bruce: A Podcast with David Remnick, Kelefa Sanneh, and Nicholas Thompson : The New Yorker

Sincerely Bruce: A Podcast with David Remnick, Kelefa Sanneh, and Nicholas Thompson : The New Yorker

Poetry Podcast: Yusef Komunyakaa Reads Marilyn Hacker : The New Yorker

Poetry Podcast: Yusef Komunyakaa Reads Marilyn Hacker

14 Fantastic Stories From The New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer...not strictly speaking a book, but...

14 Fantastic Stories From The New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer

14 Fantastic Stories From The New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer...not strictly speaking a book, but...

Secret Ingredients: The New Yorker Book of Food and Drink (Modern Library Paperbacks)

Secret Ingredients: The New Yorker Book of Food and Drink (Modern Library Paperbacks)

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The New Yorker Cover - January 9, 1984 Poster Print  by Roxie Munro at the Condé Nast Collection

The New Yorker Cover - January 9, 1984 Poster Print by Roxie Munro at the Condé Nast Collection

"Can Reading Make You Happier?" -- New Yorker -- After the First World War, traumatized soldiers were often prescribed a course of reading.

Can Reading Make You Happier?

"Can Reading Make You Happier?" -- New Yorker -- After the First World War, traumatized soldiers were often prescribed a course of reading.

The Best Books of 2014 - The New Yorker

The Best Books of 2014

The Best Books of 2014 - The New Yorker

Rainy-Day Reading from the Archive : The New Yorker

Rainy-Day Reading from the Archive

Can Reading Make You Happier? - The New Yorker "In his 1905 essay “On Reading,” Marcel Proust puts it nicely: “With books there is no forced sociability. If we pass the evening with those friends—books—it’s because we really want to. When we leave them, we do so with regret and, when we have left them, there are none of those thoughts that spoil friendship: ‘What did they think of us?’—‘Did we make a mistake and say something tactless?’—‘Did they like us?’" MProust

Can Reading Make You Happier?

Can Reading Make You Happier? - The New Yorker "In his 1905 essay “On Reading,” Marcel Proust puts it nicely: “With books there is no forced sociability. If we pass the evening with those friends—books—it’s because we really want to. When we leave them, we do so with regret and, when we have left them, there are none of those thoughts that spoil friendship: ‘What did they think of us?’—‘Did we make a mistake and say something tactless?’—‘Did they like us?’" MProust

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