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The New Yorker (Nov. 21, 2005) | [Jane Kramer, Ben McGrath, Steve Coll, Cynthia Zarin, Haruki Murakami, Adam Gopnik]

The New Yorker (Nov. 21, 2005)

"Difference" by Jane Kramer; "Darwin in Manhattan" by Ben McGrath; "Fault Lines" by Steve Coll; "Green Dreams" by Cynthia Zarin; "The Year of Spaghetti" by Haruki Murakami; and "Prisoner of Narnia" by Adam Gopnik.
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Publisher's Summary

This issue contains five articles and a short story:

COMMENT
"Difference" by Jane Kramer: The roots of the violent protests sweeping across France.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Darwin in Manhattan" by Ben McGrath: A new exhibit examines the Father of Evolution - controversial then, and now.

LETTER FROM KASHMIR
"Fault Lines" by Steve Coll: A devastating earthquake shakes the region's political foundations.

OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS
"Green Dreams" by Cynthia Zarin: A queen, a shipwreck, and the mystery behind a rare set of jewels.

FICTION
"The Year of Spaghetti" by Haruki Murakami: Life, and the making of pasta.

A CRITIC AT LARGE
"Prisoner of Narnia" by Adam Gopnik: How C. S. Lewis escaped.

Want to listen to previous editions of The New Yorker? You can find past issues by clicking on archives under periodicals.
Also, listen to audio from The New Yorker Festival readings and panel discussions, recorded live in New York City's Town Hall.

(P) and ©2005 The New Yorker

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