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The New Yorker (October 22, 2007) | [Lawrence Wright, Lizzie Widdicombe, Alex Ross, David Denby, John Updike, Sasha Frere-Jones, Anthony Lane]

The New Yorker (October 22, 2007)

This issue contains seven articles: "Ask the Iraqis", by Lawrence Wright; "Having One for Che", by Lizzie Widdicombe; "The Well-Tempered Web", by Alex Ross; "Fallen Idols", by David Denby; "Sparky from St. Paul", by John Updike; "A Paler Shade of White", by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Nocturnes", by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

This issue contains seven articles:

COMMENT
"Ask the Iraqis", by Lawrence Wright: On Iraqi attitudes.

DEPT. OF HOOPLA
"Having One for Che", by Lizzie Widdicombe: A Che Guevara anniversary.

A CRITIC AT LARGE
"The Well-Tempered Web", by Alex Ross: Why the Internet is good for classical music.

DEPT. OF POPULAR CULTURE
"Fallen Idols", by David Denby: Have movie stars lost their magic?

BOOKS
"Sparky from St. Paul", by John Updike: A review of David Michaelis' Schulz and Peanuts.

POP MUSIC
"A Paler Shade of White", by Sasha Frere-Jones: Why is indie rock so white?

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Nocturnes", by Anthony Lane: Reviews of the films We Own the Night, and Lust, Caution.

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