Course Description

Join us in a well-established OLLI tradition, lively discussions of this chronicle of our times. Started in 1925, as a humor magazine, The New Yorker soon became a preeminent forum for serious fiction and journalism. With a circulation over one million and content by the most respected writers of fact and fiction, it is one of the most widely read and influential American magazines. The presenters will choose the first readings; after that, the class decides. To participate, students will need access to the magazine. Subscriptions can be purchased at www.newyorker.com or check with your local library.

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