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The New Yorker March 28, 2011 Dark Spring (Cover) / Letter From Japan Elizabeth Kolbert on Nuclear Nighmares, KEnzburo Oe on Hiroshima Memories et al. Single Issue Magazine – 2011

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COMMENT The Nuclear Risk Lessons from Japan's disaster. by Elizabeth Kolbert THE TALK OF THE TOWN History Repeats The lessons of Hiroshima. by Kenzaburo Oe Knife Guy A chef finds a new way to carry his cutlery. by Lizzie Widdicombe Final Polish Trey Parker and Matt Stone put together a musical. by Michael Schulman THE FINANCIAL PAGE Creative Destruction? The economics of natural disasters. by James Surowiecki THE SPORTING SCENE King of Walks Barry Bonds and the steroids scandal. by Ben McGrath Primary Sources: Barry Bonds's 2003 grand-jury testimony. SHOUTS & MURMURS Just in Time for Spring by Ellis Weiner LETTER FROM JAPAN Aftershocks Living with catastrophe. by Evan Osnos FICTION "U.F.O. in Kushiro" by Haruki Murakami ANNALS OF RETAIL Smooth Moves The reshaping of underwear. by Alexandra Jacobs PROFILES Sole Mate What Christian Louboutin sees in shoes. by Lauren Collins BOOKS Helena Rubinstein vs. L'Oréal. by Malcolm Gladwell Briefly Noted: "Rawhide Down"; "Shazam!"; "Charles Jessold, Considered As a Murderer"; "So Much Pretty." A CRITIC AT LARGE "Mildred Pierce." by Hilton Als THE ART WORLD "Bye Bye Kitty!!!" by Peter Schjeldahl THE THEATRE "Arcadia." by Hilton Als THE CURRENT CINEMA "Red Riding Hood," "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives." by David Denby POEM "Blues Haiku" by John Shoptaw


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