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The New Yorker, Volume LXXXVII, No. 9, April 18, 2011 COMMENTPrisonersThe Guant Namo Quagmire.by Hendrik HertzbergTHE TALK OF THE TOWNVisiting DignitariesDonald Trump Invests In The Caucasus.by Timothy FarringtonGone MissingAi Weiwei And His Art Dealer, Larry Warsh.by Mark SingerHarvest TimeJames Taylor Is Honored At Carnegie Hall.by Adam GopnikTHE FINANCIAL PAGEPumped Up The Oil Price Panic.by James SurowieckiDEPT OF TRAVELThe Grand TourChinese Vacations In Europe.by Evan OsnosONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTSPoles ApartNotes From An Art Pilgrimage.by Geoff DyerOUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTSThin Yellow LineAn Advocate For New York S Cabbies.by Lizzie WiddicombeREFLECTIONSFarther Away Robinson Crusoe And The Art Of Solitude.by Jonathan FranzenRead This Story On Facebook, Where It Will Be Available For One Week.LETTER FROM ASTANANowheresvilleKazakhstan S Shiny New Capital.by Keith GessenFICTION A Withered Branch By Ludmilla PetrushevskayaCOMING TO AMERICA Spry For Frying By Lore Segal Home, Strange Home By Teju Cole Vagabond Nation By Azar Nafisi Map Quest By Gary Shteyngart A Clean, Well Lighted Place By Yiyun Li Fatherland By Kiran DesaiTHE THEATRE Anything Goes By Hilton AlsBOOKSBriefly Noted The Piano Player In The Brothel The Fear When Tito Loved Clara The Beauty Of Humanity Movement A CRITIC AT LARGEFreya Stark S Arabian Adventures.by Claudia Roth Pierpont

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