The New Yorker (November 5, 2007)

  • by Roger Angell, Dana Goodyear, Jesse Lichtenstein, Anthony Grafton, Roddy Doyle, Elizabeth Kolbert, Peter Schjeldahl, Alex Ross, David Denby
  • Narrated by Christine Marshall, Dan Bernard
  • 2 hrs and 7 mins
  • Periodical

Publisher's Summary

This issue contains nine articles:COMMENT
"So Long Joe", by Roger Angell: The end of the Joe Torre era.POSTCARD FROM CALIFORNIA
"The Fires", by Dana Goodyear: California ablaze.PRECOCIOUS
"Condi's Party Starter", by Jesse Lichtenstein: The State Department's diplomat-in-training.ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS
"Future Reading", by Anthony Grafton: Dreams of a universal library.FICTION
"The Dog", by Roddy Doyle: On hair issues.BOOKS
"Running on Fumes", by Elizabeth Kolbert: Is there any hope for the automobile?THE ART WORLD
"All Souls", by Peter Schjeldahl: The cult of Frida Kahlo.MUSICAL EVENTS
"The Endless Scroll", by Alex Ross: Philip Glass's new works.THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Drug Warriors", by David Denby: A review of the new film American Gangster.