The New Yorker Myth: A Survey of Short Stories Published in The New Yorker, July - September 1949 / July - September 1970
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What had always been a fascination with The New Yorker, its stories, and its general literary reputation became an obsession just long enough for me to commit myself to a thesis and become involved with an idea. I can only express hopes that the following involved commitment is worthy of the magazine it concerns.
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