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The New Yorker, Volume LXXXVII, No. 39, December 5, 2011 (Cover) "Black Friday" Burning Love Hydro-carbons, fracking, and us. ALL THE ANGRY PEOPLE A man finds community at Occupy Wall Street. THE DRAGON'S EGG High fantasy for young adults.

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COMMENT Burning Love Hydrocarbons, fracking, and us. by Elizabeth Kolbert THE TALK OF THE TOWN The Act Is Back The Stamp Act at the New-York Historical Society. by John Seabrook Sound of Silence Michel Hazanavicius on making "The Artist." by Tad Friend The Tao of WiFi Naming wireless networks. by Lauren Collins THE FINANCIAL PAGE An Avoidable Crisis Europe's catastrophic stubbornness. by James Surowiecki OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS All the Angry People A man out of work finds community at Occupy Wall Street. by George Packer Ask the Author: Join a live chat with George Packer about Occupy Wall Street on Monday, November 28th, at 3 P.M. E.T. SHOUTS & MURMURS "Oops": The Debates Quiz by Paul Slansky PERSONAL HISTORY Mapping Home Learning a new city, remembering the old. by Aleksandar Hemon A REPORTER AT LARGE The Anointed Can a former political radical lead Brazil through its economic boom? by Nicholas Lemann PROFILES The Materialist Carl Andre's eminent obscurity. by Calvin Tomkins FICTION "The Musical Brain" by César Aira Q. & A.: Willing Davidson talks to Chris Andrews, the translator of "The Musical Brain." POP MUSIC Drake's unenviable success. by Sasha Frere-Jones A CRITIC AT LARGE High fantasy for young adults. by Adam Gopnik BOOKS Briefly Noted: "Wildwood"; "The Man in the Moon"; "The Chronicles of Harris Burdick"; "Wonderstruck"; "Grandpa Green"; "Squish Rabbit." THE THEATRE Power plays at home and abroad. by John Lahr THE CURRENT CINEMA "Shame" and "Sleeping Beauty." by Anthony Lane POEMS "Ice People, Sun People" by Maureen N. McLane "Still Falling for Her" by Sharon Olds Diane Keaton's "Then Again." by Hilton Als "Empire of the Sun," at the Museum of the Moving Image. by David Denby DANCE NOTES A "West Side Story" fiftieth-anniversary DVD. by Joan Acocella TABLES FOR TWO RedFarm by Amelia Lester

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