Tag Archives: The New Yorker

A sign of anti-Semitism at the New Yorker?

Barry Blitt’s cover illustration for the current (October 24) New Yorker is a post-modern version of cartoons from the late 19th century that savaged the trusts and Tammany Hall.

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Saying the unsayable, again

The “Dirty Harry of the poetry beat” continues his “blood sport.”

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