Nuevo número recibido de: THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS (vol. LVII, nº 12. July 15-August 18 2010)

Sumario de éste número:

*Words. Tony Judt

*Hitch-22: A Memoir by Christopher Hitchens. Ian Buruma

*Although of course you end up becoming yourself: a road trip with David Foster Wallace by David Lipsky. Wyatt Mason

*Eyeless in Gaza. David Shulman

*Poem. Charles Wright

*Courage and consequence: My life as a conservative in the fight by Karl Rove. David Bromwich

*The collected stories by Deborah Eisenberg. Claire Messud

*Letter to John Updike. Nicholson Baker

*‘To the end of the land.’ David Grossman

*Christen Købke: Danish master of light an exhibition at the National Gallery, London, and at the National Gallery Complex, Edinburgh; Catalog of the exhibition by David Jackson, with a contribution by Kapser Monrad. Sanford Schwartz

*Nothing to envy: Ordinary lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick; The hidden people of North korea: Everyday life in the Hermit Kingdom by Ralph Hassig and Kongdan Oh; The cleanest race: How North Koreans see themselves-and why it matters by B. B. Myers. Christian Caryl

*Best European fiction 2010 edited and with an introduction by Aleksandar Hemon; Why translation matters by Edith Grossman; The novel: An alternative history, Beginnings to 1600 by Steve Moore; Reality Hunger: A Manifesto by David Shields. Tim Parks

*Rewilding the World: Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution by Caroline Fraser. John Terborgh

*Parrot and Olivier in America by Peter Carey. Michael Wood

*The restored New Testament: A new translation with commentary, including the Gnostic Gospels Thomas, Mary, and Judas by Willis Barnstone. Frank Kermode

*Ether: Seven stories and a novella by Evgenia Citkowitz. Joyce Carol Oates

*Speak, Nabokov by Michael Maar. John Banville

*What Obama should have said to BP. William Pfaff

*The UK Election: A false dawn? Jonathan Raban

*The CIA and Iraq-How the White House got its way: An exchange with Robert Jervis. Thomas Powers

*Letters from Jairam Ramesh, Orville Scheel, David Slawson, Hugh Eakin and Alisa Roth, and Peter Gates

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