The library has recently acquired the complete online archive of the venerable American weekly, The New Yorker. Although its cartoons are puzzling to some (even here at the library!), there's no doubt that--since its first issue in 1925--The New Yorker has been one of the preeminent American publications for essays, film reviews and short fiction. Its authors have included John Updike, Eudora Welty, Philip Roth, Truman Capote, J.D. Salinger, Shirley Jackson, Vladimir Nabokov, and many others. The library has print issues of The New Yorker from 2003 to present. The new archive will allow users to search the entire run of the publication, and browse any of its individual issues.
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