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Adam Gopnik: I Am 'SherbrookeW'

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Jonathan Taylor writes:

On the Times's books blog, Paper Cuts: "Stray Questions" for Adam Gopnik, who reveals his hockey message-board screen name. Also, the word "acedia" has appeared at least twice in The New Yorker: once in a poem by Derek Walcott ("Miasma, acedia, the enervation of damp..."), once in a Donald Barthelme story.

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