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Thursday, September 21, 2006

New Yorker Haikus

Drunken Volcano's performing a sterling service by transforming the contents of The New Yorker into haikus for those too rushed -- or too penurious -- to read the whole, packed magazine each week. Some examples

Books: Hugger-Mugger By John Updike

Congo schemes,
despairFrom le Carre.
No closure
In Ward Just's dark tale.

Books: Bob on Bob By Louis Menand

Dylan interviews
Like a songbird asked to talk;
Should just let him sing.

(Link via Gawker.)


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