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Books. September 17, 2018 Issue Briefly Noted The Design of Childhood, Call Me American, How to Love a Jamaican, and Orchid& the Wasp. The New Yorker Just finished up the recent New Yorker double issue and a couple of items caught my eye. First, I noticed in the capsule book reviews that there is a new book by Andrea Levy out. I had no idea, and its a shame because a new book by Levy should be big news. Her novel Talk story about the auction of Jerome Kern's books.
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