What the Dog Saw and Other Adventure Stories

What the Dog Saw and Other Adventure Stories

Essays

Book - 2009
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Collects the author's best "New Yorker" pieces, including essays on such topics as why there are so many kinds of mustard but only one type of ketchup, a surprising assessment of what makes a safer car, and an examination of a machine built to predict hit movies.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, c2009.
ISBN: 9780316075848
0316075841
Branch Call Number: 814.6000
Characteristics: xv, 410 p. ; 21 cm.

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AlliRead
Apr 05, 2011

Some interesting pieces, some snoozers too. In both cases though, I gotta say, Malcom Gladwell is certainly thorough! My advice - skim for the stories that spark your interest and get you thinking. Don't feel guilty about skipping some altogether. Gladwell's BLINK is a more worthwhile read.

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Cheryl_B
Mar 15, 2010

Engrossing.

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