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For years, Emily Hale was the object of his longing and the source of his inspiration. Was the loss of their romance a boon for his poetry?
A video series, by passionate readers, about what literature can say and do.
The Netflix series copies virtually everything from Walter Tevis’s novel, apart from its central tension.
The fiction and nonfiction, old and new, that kept us going.
The author joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “A Sheltered Woman,” by Yiyun Li, from a 2014 issue of the magazine.
He devoted a lifetime to studying America’s foundation, witnessed its near-dissolution, and uncannily anticipated its evolution.
“Wintering,” “We Keep the Dead Close,” “Bring Me the Head of Quentin Tarantino,” and “Music for the Dead and Resurrected.”
We hang on to legends of the Mafia’s inner workings as parables for the wider world.
The author discusses “Dietrologia,” his story from this week’s issue of the magazine.
From The New Yorker’s archive: stories about secrets and unsolved crimes.
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