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Nov 4

Inside this week's issue of The New Yorker: nyer.cm/L5Slg3T
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“I just want my freedom,” Ajay Kumar, an asylum seeker from India, said. “I didn’t ask for anything else.” In July he went on a hunger strike to protest the “animal-like treatment” he faced in ICE custody.
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“I told them that we came here to fight for our family. To put my children ahead,” a woman from Guatemala recalled telling ICE agents.
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Legend goes that this shoe belonged to a 20-year-old who lost a toe to gangrene after cutting it at a Blink-182 concert. Chilling!
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In Yoko Ogawa’s masterly novel “The Memory Police,” objects that disappear from memory also disappear from real life.
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By Rachel Eliza Griffiths, in this week's issue of the magazine. Read the full poem here: nyer.cm/MbfyymQ
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Karl Ove Knausgaard on science, literature, and the unknowable.
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On Monday, in a New York Times Op-Ed, Martin Scorsese outlined his view of the threats that superhero-centric Hollywood imposes on the film industry. What are those threats, exactly?
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Since 2014, Mr. Trash Wheel has collected approximately 1,233 tons of trash and debris that otherwise would have flowed into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
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A new book about The Economist is, in effect, a study of liberalism as it has been widely practiced over the course of 175 years.
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“He’s laid the music down, and I’m the piano player,” Mark Ruffalo said, of working with the director Todd Haynes. “I can move within the structure. It’s a complex game. He’s challenging you, and he won’t walk away until it’s impeccable.”
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"Tupac sometimes said that he thought of his songs as parables & now it is his own life...that seems almost allegorical." My latest @NewYorker Classics newsletter is on Connie Bruck's "The Takedown of Tupac," on the life of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur. link.newyorker.com/view/5be9cfc23​
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In the 20th century, after a crescendo of anti-immigrant rhetoric that will sound familiar today, the U.S. government attempted a mass deportation. What happened next?
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For many employees, WeWork’s proposition was as intoxicating as it was vague. “I bought into it,” a designer said, of the company’s vision—“this new ‘office of the future.’ ”
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Richard Nelson's new play, "Conversations During Difficult Times," takes a magnifying glass to the current moment.
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And across the pond, the Parliament Choir rehearses in a 13th-century chapel deep inside Westminster.
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In Putnam County, New York, a yellow lab named Hannah is trained by Connecticut police to fight cybercrime.
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At the Met Breuer, the French movie star Isabelle Huppert parses paintings and words with the help of Google Translate.
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The Borowitz Report: Surprisingly high turnout among smart voters in Kentucky has left Senator Rand Paul “terrified and shattered,” one of his aides has revealed.
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What’s the Talk of the Town this week? At New York Comic Con, the "S.N.L." alum Laraine Newman takes a break from the autograph mill.
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"Mary, now that Jesus is finally here (great job, BTW!) I’m thinking that we should do a thing on his bday. Could you arrange for there to be cupcakes or something next week, and send the Outlook invite to everyone?"
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