The New Yorker (Sept. 12, 2005)

  • by Nicholas Lemann, David Remnick, Dan Baum, Christine Wiltz, Jeffrey Toobin, John Updike, David Denby
  • Narrated by uncredited
  • 1 hrs and 49 mins
  • Periodical

Publisher's Summary

This issue contains eight articles, including a special section on the devastation of Hurricane Katrina:COMMENT
"In the Ruins" by Nicholas Lemann: A New Orleanian reflects on his ruined home town.THE TALK OF THE TOWN

"Under Water" by David Remnick: The political fallout from the Bush Administration's disaster response.
"On the Roof" by Dan Baum: The horrific experiences of two families struggling to evacuate.
"Porch Duty" by Dan Baum: Watching the looters.
"Home Alone" by Christine Wiltz: The author decides to ride out the storm - but not the aftermath.ANNALS OF LAW
"Swing Shift" by Jeffrey Toobin: Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's controversial passion for foreign law.BOOKS
"A Cloud of Dust" by John Updike: A review of E. L. Doctorow's new novel, The March.THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Partners" by David Denby: Reviews of an eclectic assortment of new movies: the comedy The 40-Year-Old Virgin, the documentary March of the Penguins, and the thriller Red Eye.

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Wonderful writing

This is a fantastic issue of The New Yorker. My only problem is with the recording. It sounds as if The New Yorker uses some kind of advanced computer voice recorder to record the words. Sometimes it's not as apparent as others. But it's fairly distracting. I would prefer just a regular, old human.
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- Candice

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-07-2005
  • Publisher: The New Yorker