How to read the New Yorker this summer

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Starting today and lasting until the end of the summer, The New Yorker is completely free online, including archives back to 2007. What to read? To start off, try searching the fiction page for, say, George Saunders. There’s that famous Lawrence Wright piece on Scientology. Or feel free to consult the magazine’s own roundup. But I happen to be most impressed by this grandaddy of all longform articles on six survivors of Hiroshima (subscription required).

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3 Responses to “How to read the New Yorker this summer”

  1. Hassan Zerehi
    at 11:56 am on July 22, 2014

    Thank you

  2. pinkfreud
    at 8:35 am on July 24, 2014

    this is amazing. thank you.

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