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    Books: Gore Text (4 Reviews)
    The Essential Gore Vidal, by Fred Kaplan and Gore Vidal
    1. The Essential Gore Vidal by Fred Kaplan and Gore Vidal
    2. The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean
    3. The Pyrotechnic Insanitarium by Mark Dery
    4. Amsterdam by Ian McEwan
    New York Magazine, January 11, 1999, pp. 55-56
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    Briefly Noted (27 Reviews)
    Rembrandt's Eyes, by Simon Schama
    1. Rembrandt's Eyes by Simon Schama
    2. The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean
    3. A Gesture Life by Chang-Rae Lee
    4. More Matter by John Updike
    5. Blind Eye by James B. Stewart
    6. No One You Know by Bruce Eric Kaplan
    7. Close Range by Annie Proulx
    8. The River Sound by W.S. Merwin
    9. Morgan: American Financier by Jean Strouse
    10. Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri
    11. A Portrait of Egypt by Mary Anne Weaver
    12. Twilight by Henry Grunwald
    13. Friends Talking in the Night by Philip Hamburger
    14. Intimacy by Hanif Kureishi
    15. The Trust by Susan E. Tifft and Alex S. Jones
    16. The Essential George Booth by Lee Lorenz and George Booth
    17. The Essential Charles Barsotti by Lee Lorenz and Charles Barsotti
    18. A Taxi to the Flame by Vickie Karp
    19. Double Down by Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme
    20. A Dedicated Follower of Fashion by Holly Brubach
    21. Boggs: A Comedy of Values by Lawrence Weschler
    22. Love Trouble by Veronica Geng
    23. The Sporting Life by Bill Barich
    24. Creating Hysteria by Joan Acocella
    25. A Reporter at Large by A.J. Liebling and Elmer R. Rusco
    26. The Last Lovely City by Alice Adams
    27. Elegy for Iris by John Bayley
    The New Yorker, December 20, 1999, pp. 98-99