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Camus and France’s Algerian Wars

Camus and France�s Algerian Wars : The New Yorker

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Can Science Explain Why We Tell Stories?

Adam Gopnik asks, "Can Science Explain Why We Tell Stories?" http://nyr.kr/LkuBUv

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Albert Camus Dancing

Understanding Steinese: Adam Gopnik on Gertrude Stein's infectious style http://nyr.kr/145xAX5 (Photograph: Library of Congress)

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Dropping the F-Bomb

Mary Norris on dropping the F-bomb in The New Yorker: http://nyr.kr/OArE2z

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Lost in Translation: What the First Line of “The Stranger” Should Be

The new yorker: lost in translation: what the first line of "the stranger" should be

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What We’re Reading: The Before-Bed Edition

What We Read Before Bed: http://nyr.kr/ITE2W1

Adam Gopnik on the value of a humanities major: "Some idea of symbolic purpose, of pleasure-seeking rather than rent-seeking, of Doing Something Else, is essential to human existence." http://nyr.kr/16OF6Hg (Photograph by Riccardo Venturi/Contrasto/Redux.)

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Mavis Gallant’s Double-Dealing Literary Agent

Jacques Chambrun, Mavis Gallant's double-dealing literary agent: http://nyr.kr/MZKqk1

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The Life of the Artist: A Mimodrama in Two Parts

The Life of the Artist: A Mimodrama in Two Parts : The New Yorker

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Judy Blume’s Magnificent Girls

Anna Holmes on Judy Blume's Magnificent Girls: http://nyr.kr/GUqOVV #JudyBlume #Books

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1926 Profile of F. Scott Fitzgerald

This week, The New Yorker publishes “Thank You for the Light,” a 1936 short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald that was originally rejected by the magazine decades ago. Here, a look back at the magazine's 1926 profile of Fitzgerald: http://nyr.kr/Q0QK9H

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Slide Show: Hoods Up

Does the magazine look dangerous this week? Or do the drawings throughout this week's issue, by R. Kikuo Johnson, look like any number of people in America, in all sorts of circumstances? View the slide show and read our coverage of the Trayvon Martin case: http://nyr.kr/HaCruz