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The New Yorker, January 16th 2012 (John Seabrook, Wendell Stevenson, Adam Gopnik) | [John Seabrook, Wendell Stevenson, Adam Gopnik]

The New Yorker, January 16th 2012 (John Seabrook, Wendell Stevenson, Adam Gopnik)

"Eight was Enough", by Hendrik Hertzberg; “Bombs Away”, by Andrew Marantz; “Streaming Dreams”, by John Seabrook; "Writing the Revolution", by Wendell Stevenson; "Inquiring Minds", by Adam Gopnik; and "Lost Love", by David Denby.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Eight was Enough", by Hendrik Hertzberg: Who really won in Iowa?

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
“Bombs Away”, by Andrew Marantz: Rick Santorum, Dan Savage, and Google.

ANNALS OF TECHNOLOGY
“Streaming Dreams”, by John Seabrook: YouTube takes on traditional television.

PROFILES
"Writing the Revolution", by Wendell Stevenson: The novelist of Tahrir Square.

A CRITIC AT LARGE
"Inquiring Minds", by Adam Gopnik: The unexpected Spanish Inquisition.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Lost Love", by David Denby: Reviews of Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close and We Bought a Zoo.

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  • We Bought a Zoo by Benjamin Mee
  • Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
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