by David Remnick
Hardcover, 123 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $100 | purchase
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Celebrates eighty years of the magazine with a collection of eight searchable DVDs that contain every page of The New Yorker from February 1925 through February 2005, accompanied by a companion book filled with highlights.
December 14, 2005 Day to Day reporter Karen Grigsby Bates, doing double duty as literary editor, shares her list of books that would make great gifts for the holidays.
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September 20, 2005 Subscribers to The New Yorker often complain they can't get one issue read before the next one comes. That problem's about to get worse: the magazine is putting all of its back issues — dating to the 1920s — on an eight-DVD set. Steve Inskeep talks to Edward Klaris, who directed the project.
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