New York Review Of Books

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Every two weeks, writers publish essays and reviews of books and the arts, including music, theater, dance, and film-from Woody Allen's Manhattan to Kurosawa's version of King Lear. What has made The New York Review successful, according to The New York Times, is "its stubborn refusal to treat books, or the theatre and movies, for that matter, as categories of entertainment to be indulged in when the working day is done."

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Read NYRB and be the best-informed it is possible to be
NYRB features long, in-depth articles about recent books and events. The "reviews" frequently take the book under discussion as a starting point for a wide-ranging essay which then ...

Highly Readable
THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS is published 20 times a year, biweekly except in January, July, August and September. It is a respected publication which is devoted mostly to reviews ...

Good reviews but some seriously foolish pontification
The New York Review of Books is somewhat of a mixed bag. If you have objections to pretentious pundits passing judgment on anything that comes their way, or are irritated by insipi ...