The Letter

Elegant and always interesting account of Robert Gottlieb’s underrated six-year editorship of the New Yorker. When Si Newhouse appointed him to succeed William Shawn in 1987, the editorial staff wrote Gottlieb a letter asking him not come. He came anyhow, but the letter cast a long shadow. Gottlieb never quite felt at home. His “interim government”, wise but hesitant, ended when Newhouse brought in Tina Brown (4,300 words)

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