Nuevo número recibido de: The New Yorker (May 3, 2010)

Sumario de éste número:

COMMENT

* Scandals: Goldman Sachs and Wall Street reform. by John Cassidy

THE TALK OF THE TOWN

*Treasure Hunter: A curator of African-American history looks back. by Lauren Collins

*Visiting Dignitary: Oxford alumni take a peek at the Magna Carta. by Ben McGrath

*Lost: Volcano refugees in New York.by Lizzie Widdicombe

FINANCIAL PAGE

* Déjà Vu: Why investors never learn. by James Surowiecki

LETTER FROM BOSTON

*Tea and Sympathy: Who owns the American Revolution? by Jill Lepore

SHOUTS & MURMURS

*The Money Whisperer. Patricia Marx

A REPORT AT LARGE

*Iphigenia in Forest Hills: Anatomy of a murder trial. by Janet Malcolm

FICTION

*“La Vita Nuova” by Allegra Goodman

A CRITIC AT LARGE

*Neil Simon’s comic empire. by John LahrBOOKS

BOOKS

*Briefly Noted: “Empires and Barbarians”; “Still Life”; “The Birth of Love”; “The Imperfectionists.”

THE THEATRE

*“La Cage aux Folles,” “Sondheim on Sondheim.” by Hilton Als

MUSICAL EVENTS

*Louis Andriessen at seventy. by Alex Ross

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