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Adam Gopnik

Adam Gopnik is a staff writer at The New Yorker, and has been contributing to the magazine since 1986. During his three decades at the magazine, he has written fiction, humor, memoirs, critical essays, and reported pieces from at home and abroad. His many books include The Table Comes First, Paris To The MoonThrough The Children's Gate: A Home In New York and, forthcoming this fall from Knopf, At The Strangers' Gate: Arrivals In New York. His new musical, written in collaboration with the composer David Shire, The Most Beautiful Room In New York, opened in May of 2017 at the Long Wharf Theater in New Haven.

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The Missing Pants

by Adam Gopnik

A writer loses a treasured pair of pants.

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The Pieties of Perspiration

by Adam Gopnik

Adam Gopnik battle liberal guilt with his son in a sauna.

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Charlie Ravioli

by Adam Gopnik

A writer details his daughter’s cosmopolitan imaginary friend. 

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LOL

by Adam Gopnik

A father learns to laugh out loud.

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Rare Romance, Well-Done Marriage

by Adam Gopnik

A husband and wife's ongoing argument comes to a head.

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