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The New Yorker, April 28th 2014 (Margaret Talbot, Adam Gopnik, Peter Schjeldahl) | [Margaret Talbot, Adam Gopnik, Peter Schjeldahl]

The New Yorker, April 28th 2014 (Margaret Talbot, Adam Gopnik, Peter Schjeldahl)

"Putin and the Exile", by David Remnick; "Martians", by Reeves Wiedman; "Biotech’s Hard Bargain", by James Surowiecki; "Pixel Perfect", by Margaret Talbot; "The Poet’s Hand", by Adam Gopnik; "Shock Artist", by Peter Schjeldahl; and "Cheaper by the Dozen", by Emily Nussbaum.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Putin and the Exile", by David Remnick: Sergei Guriev in Paris.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Martians", by Reeves Wiedman: An open application to travel to Mars.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"Biotech’s Hard Bargain", by James Surowiecki: Gilead, drug prices, and profits.

ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS
"Pixel Perfect", by Margaret Talbot: Digitally cloning actors.

LIFE AND LETTERS
"The Poet’s Hand", by Adam Gopnik: Searching for Shakespeare’s objects.

THE ART WORLD
"Shock Artist", by Peter Schjeldahl: A Sigmar Polke retrospective.

ON TELEVISION
"Cheaper by the Dozen", by Emily Nussbaum: A review of Orphan Black.

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