In this issue:
"Not Every Vote Counts" by Jelani Cobb: The GOP and the voter suppression crisis.
LETTER FROM MISSOURI
"Another Country" by Nicholas Lemann: A red-state Democrat faces the fight of her life.
ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS
"Color Blind" by Margaret Talbot: Scholars have known for centuries that Greek and Roman marble figures were routinely covered in bright paint. Why does the myth of their whiteness persist?
"Without a Prayer" by Casey Cep: Why are Americans still uncomfortable with atheism?
Altri titoli dello stesso
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Steve Savage
The New Yorker is always interesting, literate and informative. These recordings are marred by frequent mispronunciations of common names – Goethe, Trieste, Courtauld. In the current issue, 12/3/18, the reader consistently reads Craig Claiborne's name as CLAREBORNE. And here, as in many previous issues, pronounces the name of the French novelist, Proust, like PROUD. Perhaps they can find a reader with a college education? It does a disservice to a magazine designed for an educated audience to employ an uneducated speaker.