- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
Chapter 1The New Yorker, the Middlebrow, and the Periodical Marketplace in 1925
Chapter 2‘We Stand Corrected’: New Yorker Fact-checking and the Business of American Accuracy
Chapter 3Marianne Moore and the Hidden Persuaders
Chapter 4Philip Roth’s Kinds of Writing
Chapter 5Spark’s Proofs
Chapter 6Sylvia Plath and ‘The Blessed Glossy New Yorker’
Chapter 7The Distractions of John Cheever
Chapter 8Portrait of the Rabbit as a Young Beau: John Updike, New Yorker Humorist
Chapter 9Sports at The New Yorker
Chapter 10The New Yorker Life of Hannah Arendt’s Mind
Chapter 11On Blustering: Dwight Macdonald, Modernism and The New Yorker
- Writing for The New Yorker
- Edinburgh University Press
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