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The New Yorker‘s literary line-up for September

Autumn brings shorter days, beanies and a plethora of yellow and orange soups all made from the same squash. Here are several highly anticipated books to keep you sane through the lot of it.

When I Left Home, Buddy Guy’s written record

The man who claims he “didn’t learn nothing from a book” has gone and written one about the thing he knows best – the touring life of a blues man.


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