Jan. 18, 2010 Issue -- Great Expectations Cover

By: The New Yorker

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Book Condition: Good +


83 pp. Corner creases, moderate wear. Cover art "Great Expectations," a bicyclist and dog pedal their way with presents and a bouquet. Contents: "A Risky Proposal," by Margaret Talbot, outlines what's at stake in the Perry v. Schwarzenegger federal lawsuit seeking to legalize gay marriage nationally. She touches on related lawsuits outside the California jurisdiction. A short story by T. Coraghessan Boyle, "A Death in Kitchawank;" Malcolm Gladwell writes about entrepreneurship as a mission aimed at risk-avoidance rather than risk-taking; Calvin Tomkins explores the performance art of William Kentridge; a piece on Arabic novels, and a humorous essay by Woody Allen. Also a profile of the Rodarte fashion label and a review of "Jersey Shore," a TV show. Talk of the Town weighs the U.S. anti-terrorism campaign in the wake of the Underwear Bomber fiasco.

Title: Jan. 18, 2010 Issue -- Great Expectations Cover

Author Name: The New Yorker

Categories: Ephemera, Short Stories, Gay/Lesbian,

Edition: Vol 85, No. 45

Publisher: NY, Conde Nast Publications (Advance Magazine Division): 2010

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Good +

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Book

Size: 4to -- 10.75 in High

Seller ID: 005967

Keywords: GAY MARRIAGE. ENTREPRENEURS. ARABIC FICTION.