Thursday, December 16, 2004

The New Yorker - The Diagnosis by Ian McEwan

The New Yorker

"Like an expensive car, it’s intricate, but mass-produced nevertheless, with more than six billion in circulation."

What is the above sentence talking about ? It's a really nice wisecrack!

A good story. I just got a nice feeling - the one I get from reading an interesting well-written story.

These New Yorker stories are good. Ever since I found them, I've been coming back.

Great stuff.

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