The New York Review of Books

@inproceedings{Fender1986TheNY,
  title={The New York Review of Books},
  author={Stephen Fender},
  year={1986}
}
It comes as something ofa surprise to reflect that the New York Review ofBooks is now over twenty years old. Even people of my generation (that is, old enough to remember the revolutionary 196os but not young enough to have taken a very exciting part in them) think of the paper as eternally youthful. In fact, it has gone through years of relatively quiet life, yet, as always in a competitive journalistic market, it is the controversies that attract the interest of the reader and to which the… 

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