Contents of the print issue, available at smarter bookstores.
Volume 10, No. 3 - April 2000
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Junior month abroad/Do cell phones kill?/Peer pressure
Stoned history/Allan Bloom, the novel/Heidegger in jail
MONKEYS WHO THINK
They can definitely count to three. They seem to know who's in the mirror. But can they empathize? Marc Hauser reads the primate mind.
by Jennifer Schuessler
SPRING BOOK REVIEWS
PLANET OF THE REPTILES
Robert T. Bakker on Marsh's Dinosaurs
SHE'S GOT MAIL
Francine Prose on The Selected Letters of Rebecca West
WHY THE LONG FACE?
Lawrence Osborne on Akhenaten and the Religion of Light and Nefertiti, Egypt's Sun Queen
OF MAGGOTS AND MEN
David Rakoff on The Cockroach Papers and A Fly for the Prosecution
ALL IN THE FAMILY
Barbara Packer on Desire and Duty at Oneida
David Bergman on Thom Gunn's Boss Cupid
THE GARDEN OF SWEDEN
Eric Zencey on Linnaeus: Nature and Nation
AMERICAN WITHOUT TEARS
John Palattella on "Here, There, and Everywhere"
ROMANCE, SHE WROTE
John Sutherland on Idol of Suburbia
David Armitage on J.G.A. Pocock's Barbarism and Religion
Jim Holt on the confidence crisis.
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