Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Nov 11, 2004
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  • Nov 11-17, 2004
  • Vol. 34, No. 7

Arts & Culture

  • Book Review
  • He Should Know

    Bosnian novelist Aleksander Hemon shares his insight on nationalism and what it might really mean for the States to stand united.
  • Book Review
  • War Story

    Lisa Reardon, the "queen of redneck noir," gets political.
  • Book Review
  • Off the Record

    What the editors of the new Encyclopeadia of Chicago managed to leave out of their seven-pound tome.
  • Book Review
  • Eat, Memory

    With his new memoir, Toast, Brit food writer Nigel Slater might find his niche in the States.
  • Book Review
  • The Pack Rat Poet

    Albert Goldbarth's poetry teems with images from pop culture, history, literature, his Chicago childhood, and more.

Food & Drink

Columns & Opinion

News & Politics

  • Miscellany
  • Brief Reviews

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