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The New Yorker (Feb. 12, 2007) | [Elizabeth Kolbert, Ben McGrath, John Lahr, Paul Rudnick, Larissa MacFarquhar]

The New Yorker (Feb. 12, 2007)

"Hot Topic" by Elizabeth Kolbert; "Book 'Em Party" by Ben McGrath; "Disappearing Act" by John Lahr; "Sheepish" by Paul Rudnick; and "Two Heads" by Larissa MacFarquhar.
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Publisher's Summary

There are five articles in the February 12, 2007 issue:

"Hot Topic" by Elizabeth Kolbert: The new U.N. report on global warming.

"Book 'Em Party" by Ben McGrath: A federal prosecutor survives being kidnapped, but is still single.

"Disappearing Act" by John Lahr: Australian actress Cate Blanchett branches out.

"Sheepish" by Paul Rudnick: A sheep comes out of the closet.

"Two Heads" by Larissa MacFarquhar: A husband and wife confront consciousness.

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