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The New Yorker (Nov. 7, 2005)

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Summary

This issue contains nine articles:

COMMENT
"Hell Week" by David Remnick: The current crises in the Bush White House.

THE WAYWARD PRESS
"Telling Secrets" by Nicholas Lemann: How a leak became a scandal.

SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Pensees d'Automne" by Ian Frazier: Therapeutic acorn-stomping in the suburbs.

BOOKS
"Firebrand" by Elizabeth Kolbert: Phyllis Schlafly and the conservative revolution.

A CRITIC AT LARGE
"Rail-Splitting" by Caleb Crain: Two opposite approaches to Lincoln.

BOOKS
"Dying For Love" by John Updike: A long-awaited new novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

THE THEATRE
"Reversal of Fortune" by John Lahr: Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick in a new Odd Couple - plus Wendy Wasserstein's latest dramatic commentary.

ON TELEVISION
"Boys in the Hood" by Nancy Franklin: Reviews of My Name Is Earl and Everybody Hates Chris.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Lost Boys" by David Denby: The Gulf War drama Jarhead and the seriocomic The Weather Man.

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