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Monday, 2006-01-02

More on the Complete New Yorker

I’ve approached the Complete New Yorker with some trepidation. How do you make a dent in 50 gigabytes of scanned material?

Then I remember John McPhee, one of my favourite non-fiction authors. His style is unique, really good. I’ve read Looking for a Ship and Basin and Range and would really like to read The Curve of Binding Energy (if only for the beautiful title.)

McPhee writes for the New Yorker, and sure enough, a search for his name yielded hundreds of articles. I’ll be reading them in spare moments in the weeks to come.

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