Books from our pages

December 1995
New Yorker;12/18/95, Vol. 71 Issue 41, p117
Lists books which originally appeared in whole or in part in `The New Yorker' magazine. Includes `All the Days and Nights,' by William Maxwell; `Letters from London,' by Julian Barnes; `Cold Snap,' by Thom Jones.


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