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 2020-11-23 21:00 

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The Fight to Turn Georgia Blue...

For a generation, Georgia has been a Republican stronghold. What changed?...

 2020-11-23 19:00 

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The End Is Near...

But not the one you were hoping for....

 2020-11-23 18:01 

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Letters to Woofy...

"I'm overseas, dear heart, in a land full of poetic references which the censor won't let me make," a young Kurt Vonnegut writes to his future wife. "The same may be said for caustic comment."...

 2020-11-23 17:11 

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Daily Cartoon: Monday, November 23rd...

"Could you pass the cranberr—"...

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Patricia Lockwood on the Extremely Online...

The author discusses "The Winged Thing," her story from this week's issue of the magazine....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Green-Wood Cemetery's New Artist-in-Residence...

With half a million of New York's dead six feet under her studio, Heidi Lau, a ceramic artist, plans to work with Chinese funeral homes for a project inspired by her grandparents' burial rites....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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"The Winged Thing"...

"What did a story mean to the baby? It meant a soft voice, reassurance that everything outside her still went on, still would go on."...

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Mail...

Letters respond to Nicholas Lemann's piece about Trumpism and the future of the Republican Party....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Briefly Noted Book Reviews...

"Metazoa," "Heinrich Heine," "Aphasia," and "Alexandria.";...

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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"November"...

A poem by Charles Simic....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Faces of a Fast-Food Nation...

During the pandemic, low-wage workers must manage risk and rudeness....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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How Venture Capitalists Are Deforming Capitalism...

Even the worst-run startup can beat competitors if investors prop it up. The V.C. firm Benchmark helped enable WeWork to make one wild mistake after another—hoping that its gamble would pay off before disaster struck....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Heavy Toll of the Black Belt's Wastewater Crisis...

Many rural households in America don't have access to safe sewage systems. In Alabama, entrenched poverty and unusual geology have created a public-health disaster....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Barry Blitt's "New Traditions"...

The artist discusses the inspiration behind his cover for the November 30, 2020, issue of the magazine....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Metropolitan Museum at a Hundred and Fifty...

The museum is our Home Depot of the soul. It has just about whatever you want, and it has a lot of it....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Long Awakening of Adrienne Rich...

Some called her coarse, extreme, too quick to change. In fact, she was always one step ahead....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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How the Biden Administration Can Free Americans from Student Debt...

In the anthropologist David Graeber's view, the balance sheet must periodically be wiped clean, to free us from debt as an economic burden and an ideology that distorts our interactions....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Sensuality and Brutality of Steve McQueen's "Small Axe"...

In his new film series, the director wants to vanquish any idea that British racism is somehow more repressed and less violent than the American kind....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Don't Typecast Lesley Manville...

The British actor, known for her work in Mike Leigh's films, discusses nailing a North Dakota accent, playing Margaret Thatcher, and becoming Princess Margaret for "The Crown."...

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons November 30, 2020...
 2020-11-23 11:00 

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"Betye Saar's 'Mystic Chart for an Unemployed Sorceress,' " by Patricia Spears Jones...

"Each cold // Day warns me that my rsum is unworthy."...

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Art of Building the Impossible...

The carpenter behind some of New York's most elaborate—and expensive—homes....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Preparing to Spin the Wheel of Fortune...

You may win a lot of cash and tons of prizes, but please don't do anything stupid, like quit your day job....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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In Georgia, the Dullest Spectator Sport in the World...

The election audit was a sprawling affair, a television-unfriendly November Madness, confirming that Joe Biden was the first Democrat to take the state since Bill Clinton....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Dark Sitcom Reboots: Beyond "Bel-Air"...

The medical drama "Howser" is set in the future, when the number of adult doctors has been so depleted by pandemics that child doctors must ll the void....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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The Crossword: Monday, November 23, 2020...

They may be offended: thirteen letters....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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William Faulkner's Demons...

In his own life, the novelist failed to truly acknowledge the evils of slavery and segregation. But he did so with savage thoroughness in his fiction....

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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"Gravitational," by Alfred Corn...

"Terra's a magnet, and we its iron filings, / Arrayed in patterns preordained."...

 2020-11-23 11:00 

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Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons November 30, 2020...

Drawings and drollery from this week's magazine....

 2020-11-23 05:05 

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Cartoon Caption Contest...

Submit your caption....

 2020-11-22 12:00 

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2020 as a Newborn...

A year of lost sleep and emotional interruption....

 2020-11-22 11:00 

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The Cryptic Crossword: No. 10...

Gave directions to one tired stranger (8)....

 2020-11-22 11:00 

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Biden's Covid-19 Mission...

As Donald Trump continues to find new ways to make things worse, Joe Biden is preparing to take immediate action on an escalating crisis....

 2020-11-22 11:00 

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The Tennessee Solution to Disappearing Book Reviews...

Chapter 16 is one of only a few nonprofit media outlets in the country dedicated to coverage of the arts....

 2020-11-22 11:00 

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A Thanksgiving Dinner That Longs for France...

Recipes for a small but still lavish holiday meal....

 2020-11-22 11:00 

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Sunday Reading: Voter Fraud...

From The New Yorker's archive: a selection of pieces about voter fraud and the many myths surrounding it....

 2020-11-21 22:41 

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State and Local Republicans Standing Up to Trump Are Putting National G.O.P. Leaders to Shame...

As the President continues his attempts to retain the reins of power, at least some Republican officials at the state and local level have asserted that the election was free, fair, and decisive....

 2020-11-21 16:01 

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Danielle Evans's Sublime Short Stories of Race, Grief, and Belonging...

"The Office of Historical Corrections," an extraordinary new collection of fiction, examines alienation and the phantasmagoria of racial performance....

 2020-11-21 15:00 

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The Gut-Punch Humor of "I Hate Suzie"...

The ingenious new comedy from Lucy Prebble and Billie Piper follows the unravelling of its main character's life in eight sharply drawn episodes, each named after a stage of grief....

 2020-11-21 12:00 

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I Believe That Marriage Is a Sacred Union...

I believe that marriage is a never-ending finger trap between one person who accidentally called their partner "my fianc" at an office Christmas party and one person who just smiled ominously and said, "No take-backs."...

 2020-11-21 11:00 

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When "Creatives" Turn Destructive: Image-Makers and the Climate Crisis...

If money is the oxygen on which the fire of global warming burns, then P.R. campaigns and snappy catchphrases are the kindling....

 2020-11-21 11:00 

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The Motley Crew Leading Trump's Election Challenges...

Jared Kushner wanted a "James Baker-like" figure, but he ended up with a ragtag bunch of lawyers led by a raving Rudolph Giuliani, who made his first appearance in federal court in this century....

 2020-11-21 11:00 

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How Close Is Humanity to the Edge?...

Toby Ord, a philosopher who studies our species' "existential risk," has been both frightened and encouraged by our response to the pandemic....

 2020-11-20 21:31 

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Five Movies About Royals to Compete with "The Crown"...

Royalty gives rise to artistic revelations, and movies about monarchs are an international counterpart to the American Western, an inescapably and essentially political genre....

 2020-11-20 21:00 

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A Novel About Secret Families, and the Fight to Turn Georgia Blue...

An author's dbut novel, about a politician's secret daughter, draws on her own complex past. Plus, the organizers working toward a Democratic Georgia....

 2020-11-20 20:24 

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The Second Life of Princess Diana's Most Notorious Sweater...

A reissue of the black-sheep sweater sells a new generation on the empowerment narrative of Diana's fashion choices....

 2020-11-20 20:05 

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Don't Say We Didn't Warn You...

Highly disturbing objects and scenarios to avoid....

 2020-11-20 19:51 

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In Search of Hidden Treasure: One Woman's Obsession with Hardwood Flooring...

I guess some of us were supposed to have hardwood floors and some of us weren't....

 2020-11-20 18:09 

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What the New Vatican Report Shows About the Church's Failures in Addressing Sexual Abuse...

The example of Theodore McCarrick demonstrates the Church's inability to deal with abuse in frank, clear terms....

 2020-11-20 17:51 

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Daily Cartoon: Friday, November 20th...

At least someone enjoyed Giuliani's latest press conference....

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