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Paris to the Moon2,141254013.714.000.99
Fierce Pajamas: An Anthology of Humor Writing from The New Yorker5435643.574.000.97
Angels and ages: a short book about Darwin, Lincoln and modern life29312493.624.001.06
Through the Children's Gate: A Home in New York3458473.614.000.90
The King in the Window2718443.664.001.03
Reporting at Wit's End: Tales from the New Yorker12020273.944.000.96
The Table Comes First: Family, France, and the Meaning of Food1836263.713.750.86
The Best American Essays 20042341243.603.750.79
The Best American Essays 20082284233.483.500.95
Winter: Five Windows on the Season1303223.553.500.98
The Best American Essays 20062461213.714.000.63
The Best American Essays 20032511213.714.000.65
Americans in Paris: A Literary Anthology2043193.844.000.87
The Best American Travel Writing 20041532173.593.500.57
The Moth902164.224.000.66
The Best American Travel Writing 2002148 133.193.501.01
The Best American Essays 1994165 123.634.000.89
Wayne Thiebaud: A Paintings Retrospective107 124.425.000.76
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fifth Annual Collection162 114.274.000.62
Best Food Writing 2010672113.503.500.64
Best Food Writing 201425283.944.000.63
The Best American Magazine Writing 200550183.383.501.11
The Best American Magazine Writing 200360 74.004.000.76
The Best American Essays 1996109 53.403.000.49
Joel Sternfeld: Walking the High Line51 53.904.000.66
Evidence: 1944-199463 44.004.000.71
The Steps Across the Water34 34.004.000.82
High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture56 34.334.000.47
The Best American Essays 199293 23.003.001.00
'What did Jesus do?: reading and unreading the Gospels' in The New Yorker, 24 May 20101 14.004.00 
Talk it up: Damon Runyon's guys and dolls1113.003.00 
Voila Careme1 13.003.00 
The Lost Estate (Le Grand Meaulnes)1114.004.00 
Il sogno di una vita. Lincoln e Darwin2 14.004.00 
Through the Children's Gate1112.502.50 
Through the Children's Gate: A Home in New York by Adam Gopnik (September 25,2006)1 15.005.00 
New Yorker 2005.04.0411    
'Moon Man: what Galileo saw' in The New Yorker, 11 Feb 20131     
New York Looks Best in Fall (A Vintage Short)1     
Non-Verbal Communications1     
Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik1     
Olmsted's Trip: How Did a News Reporter Come to Create Central Park?1     
'I, Nephi: Mormonism and its meanings' in The New Yorker, 13 August 20121     
'American studies: the Kenneth Starr report proudly calls itself a narrative ... ' in The New Yorker, 28 Sept 19981     
'The Porcupine: a pilgrimage to Popper' in The New Yorker, 1 March 20021     
Modern Art and Popular Culture: Readings in High and Low29     
You'll Never Eat Lunch on This Continent Again1     
SAUL STEINBERG: RECENT WORK5     
Parisians: Photographs by Peter Turnley ; Forewords by Edouard Boubat and Robert Doisneau ; Text by Adam Gopnik and Pete13     
'The Big Reveal: why does the Bible end that way?' in The New Yorker, 5 March 2012 [review of Elaine Pagels' 'Revelations: visions, prophecy, and politics in the Book of Revelation']1     
Ed Ruscha: Paintings3     
“Olmsted’s Trip”1     
Lacombe: Cinema/theater4     
'Life of the Party: Benjamin Disraeli and the politics of performance' in The New Yorker, 3 July 2006 [review of Hibbert's 'Disraeli']1     

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