Nuevo número recibido de: THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS (vol. LVI, nº19. December 3 –16, 2009)

Sumario de éste número:

*The Humbling by Philip Roth. Elaine Blair

*A One-Term President?: The Choice. Garry Wills

*Who Are the Blue Dogs?. Michael Tomasky

*Eccentric Visions: The Worlds of Luo Ping (1733-1799) an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Jonathan Spence

*Poem. Paul Muldoon

*Velvet Revolution: The Prospects. Timothy Garton Ash

*The Book of Genesis illustrated by R. Crumb. Harold Bloom

*My Prison, My Home: One Woman´s Story of Captivity in Iran by Haleh Esfandiari. Claire Messud

*With Berlusconi in the Soup. Ingrid D. Rowland

*Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression by Morris Dickstein. Robert Gottlieb

*First We Read, Then We Write: Emerson on the Creative Process by Robert D. Richardson. John Banville

*Israel & Palestine: Can They Start Over?. Robert Malley

*Too Much Happiness: Stories by Alice Munro. Joyce Carol Oates

*Paradise Found: Nature in America at the Time of Discovery by Steve Nicholls. John Terborgh

*A Meaningful Life by L. J. Davis. Paula Fox

*The Third Reich at War by Richard J. Evans, The Holocaust in the Soviet Union by Yitzhak Arad. Timothy Snyder

*A Gate at the Stairs by Lorrie Moore. Brad Leithauser

*My Happiness Bears No Relation to Hapiness: A Poet´s Life in the Palestinian Century by Andina Hoffman. Pankaj Mishra

*Florence 1900: The Quest for Arcadia by Bernd Roeck. Walter Kaiser

*Illicit Money: Can It Be Stopped?. Raymond Baker and Eva Joly

*What Was History?: The Art of History in Early Modern Europe by Anthony Grafton. Keith Thomas

*The New J-Lobby for Peace. Edward Witten

*Letters from: Noam Schimmel, Howard French, and Michael Shae

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