RARA-AVIS: Highsmith story

From: Mario Taboada ( matrxtech@yahoo.com)
Date: 28 May 2002

The May 27th issue of The New Yorker has a moving dark story by Patricia Highsmith (The Trouble with Mrs. Blynn, the Trouble with the World) and an interesting article by Michael Specter, "Do Fingerprints Lie" (in the Annals of Crime section). Both are of possible interest to raravians.

Since crime is everywhere, I also recommend the article by Malcolm Gladwell on the invention of television (and the stealing of inventions, the world of patents, etc.). Pure crime.



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