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Ceylan Akturk
Dec 05, 2010 Ceylan Akturk rated it really liked it
Wonderful journal, creative and interdisciplinary. Though I picked up this issue for Elif Batuman's essay on her summer in Samarkand (which balances artfully between essayistic and academic sensibilities), the standout piece was Mark Greif's _Octomom, One Year Later_. Greif explores the uncanny synchronicity of Bernie Madoff's downfall with Nadya Suleman's emergence into the public eye as "Octomom", laying out parallels between rabid American capitalism and biological entrepreneurism via procrea ...more
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Jun 13, 2010 Joseph rated it really liked it
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This is the strongest n+1 that I've read since I've started subscribing. The opening article about the Internet as a Social Movement is a good look at the history of the web and its current/future goal of hypersensitizing and personalizing ads for the benefit of companies and users.

The Narcoterror in Mexico essays are simply great, though the translation is a bit clunky. I think I learned more about what life amid the violence in Mexico is like in there two short essays than in Bolano's 2666.

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