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New Yorker June 29th 1968
At The Strand
New Yorker July 20th, 1957
Bruce Eric Kaplan
New Yorker March 3, 1973
A Father Reads His Daughter A Bedtime Story
A New Leaf
New Yorker January 25th, 1988
'big Book Of Parent-child Fights'
New Yorker August 11th, 1962
Excuse Me, May I See Your Invitation?
New Yorker December 16th, 1974
Annoying and Cute
A Bearded Wise Man Looks Over A Book
New Yorker March 15th, 1982
'books On Paper'
The Secret Shame Of Paris
Hamlet Vs. Amazon Prime -- Hamlet Debates
How's Your Book Coming?
Peter C. Vey
Man reads by the light of fireflies.
New Yorker July 3rd, 2000
Well, Instead Of Discussing The Book
Pollyanna In Hell
A Black Woman Asks A White-male
Let Me Refresh Your Memory. It Was The Night
Holy Cow! What Kind Of Crazy People Used To Live
A Wife Asks Her Writer-husband
We Have A Calendar Based On The Book
Three Books Are Seen Which Are Hybrids Of Classic
A Man Reads A Book Entitled
A Table Is Seen Covered With Books Relating
A Man In A Suit Reads A Book With The Title:
It's A Children's Book
I Found Your Book 'canoeing The Small Puddles
Where's Your Section Of Books That Tell
The Man Who Knew Enough
We'd Like To Publish
You Don't Whisper Anymore
A Suited Man Behind A Desk Addresses A Writer
New Yorker June 22nd, 1998
Listen, Pal, They're All Emergencies
A Secretary Informs An Editor
Books By Men Are In The Basement
The Runaway Bunny
A Farmer And His Daughter Look At Cornstalks Who
A Studio Shot Of A Vase Of Flowers And A Garden
New From Why? Books
Just Think! Every Book That's Ever Been Published
Charles E. Martin
Self Help: 2015 -- Three Books With Titles That
I Begged You Not To Buy That Book By Christopher
Job! I Hear You've Got A Book Out!
Finish It? Why Would I Want To Finish It?
I've Got An Idea For A Story: Gus And Ethel Live
A Man And A Woman Are In A Bookstore
Stop Asking So Many Questions
Five Cowboys Sit Around A Campfire. Each Cowboy
A Man And A Woman Sit At A Restaurant Dinner Table
On A Pier, Three Mobsters Prepare To Drown
Two Army Generals Are Seen Sitting And Talking
The Last Taboo
New Yorker October 6th, 1997
I Don't Need Good Beach Reading
Sorry, Barrington, But You've Failed To Live
Can Anyone Here Vouch For Susan Sontag?
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