The New Yorker (Jan. 29, 2007) Audiobook | Nicholas Lemann, Jeffrey Goldberg, David Sedaris, Michael Specter, John Updike, David Denby | Audible.com
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The New Yorker (Jan. 29, 2007) | [Nicholas Lemann, Jeffrey Goldberg, David Sedaris, Michael Specter, John Updike, David Denby]

The New Yorker (Jan. 29, 2007)

"Hard Cases" by Nicholas Lemann; "Bookings" by Jeffrey Goldberg; "The Birds" by David Sedaris; "Kremlin, Inc." by Michael Specter; "Classics Galore" by John Updike; and "Crime Scenes" by David Denby.
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Publisher's Summary

There are seven articles in the January 29, 2007 issue:

COMMENT
"Hard Cases" by Nicholas Lemann: What's ultimately behind the Lewis Libby trial.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Bookings" by Jeffrey Goldberg: Why is Rich Little hosting the White House Correspondent's dinner?

REFLECTIONS
"The Birds" by David Sedaris: A stand-off at the window.

LETTER FROM MOSCOW
"Kremlin, Inc." by Michael Specter: Why are Vladimir Putin's critics being murdered?

BOOKS
"Classics Galore" by John Updike: Jane Smiley's latest, Ten Days in the Hills.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Crime Scenes" by David Denby: Jude Law in Breaking and Entering and Jeremy Piven in Smokin' Aces.

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