From The New Yorker’s archive: a selection of contemporaneous appraisals of writers and reviews of classic novels.
For much of the past decade, the Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard has been part of a cohort of writers trailing in the ...
Throughout the COVID -19 pandemic, American leaders have considered the pros and cons of vaccine mandates. Until recently, ...
Matt Damon and Adam Driver face off on horseback in a historical drama of rape and the pursuit of justice in medieval France.
If the Administration fails to help stabilize the beleaguered country, a withdrawal that appeared politically deft could ...
The app has created a space free of the problems that plague the rest of the Web, but only by leaving almost everybody out.
Kaia Wine Bar, Suzaan Hauptfleisch’s Upper East Side institution, serves South African wine alongside elk, bobotie, Gatsby ...
A new single, “Easy on Me,” reminds us how Adele has succeeded while resisting almost every force of modern pop music.
The novel coronavirus had existed long before.” Among skeptics, many of them credentialled scientists, others amateur online ...
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The latest installment in the 007 franchise sacrifices drama to marketing and leaves vast possibilities untapped.
The philosopher Myisha Cherry, who specializes in questions of emotion, uses Lorde’s arguments as inspiration for her new ...
I told him about “Crash Landing on You,” a Korean drama series on Netflix. “The setup: a high-powered female business owner, ...