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The New Yorker, October 25th 2010 (Lauren Collins, Ian Frazier, David Means) | [Lauren Collins, Ian Frazier, David Means]

The New Yorker, October 25th 2010 (Lauren Collins, Ian Frazier, David Means)

"Pride and Prejudice", by Margaret Talbot; "Mad Men", by Ben McGrath; "A Way Out", by Adam Gopnik; "All Together Now!", by Lauren Collins; "A Fish Out of Water", by Ian Frazier; "The Tree Line, Kansas, 1934", by David Means; and "Watching the Detectives", by Nancy Franklin.
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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

COMMENT
"Pride and Prejudice", by Margaret Talbot: Recent hostilities toward gays.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Mad Men", by Ben McGrath: Awkward misappropriations of popular culture in politics.
"A Way Out", by Adam Gopnik: Chilean miner madness grips New York.

U.K. JOURNAL
"All Together Now!", by Lauren Collins: What is the Big Society?

A REPORTER AT LARGE
"A Fish Out of Water", by Ian Frazier: The Asian carp's infiltration of American waterways.

FICTION
"The Tree Line, Kansas, 1934", by David Means.

THE THEATRE
"Watching the Detectives", by Nancy Franklin: A review of ABC’s new police procedural Detroit 1-8-7.

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