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Tuesday, June 1, 2004


Bushido: The Way Of The Armchair Warrior
by Evan Eisenberg, New Yorker
Knowledge is not important. The armchair warrior strives to attain a state beyond knowledge, a state of deep, non-knowing connection to the universe: in particular, to that portion of the universe which is rich, powerful, or related to him by blood.

New Yorker Fiction, By The Numbers
by David Carr, New York Times
Katherine L. Milkman decided to turn rigorous mathematical analystics on an even more mystical topic: the selection of short fiction for The New Yorker.

Black Writers Seize Glamorous Ground Around 'Chick-Lit'
by Lola Ogunnaike, New York Times
For a few African-American women, HBO's series "Sex and the City" had a more profound and wholly unexpected effect: it motivated them to write fiction.


by V. S. Naipaul, New Yorker

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