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Jonathans Are Illuminated: Stepford Jonathans!

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The always wonderful Patricia Storms, who previously gave us the gift of “The Amazing Adventures of Lethem and Chabon,” has created another Jonathans-related drama in cartoon form, set this time in a topsy-turvy world where writers of chick lit, that is to say “chick lit,” on an innocent retreat are attacked in a dastardly fashion by a dominatrix impresario with something up her sleeve.

Also: Meryl Streep grew up reading The New Yorker, so what does she think of The Devil Wears Prada, the book and the movie? The Guardian’s clever Emma Brockes finds out. Streep swears a lot, which is charming.

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