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Renata Adler

Renata Adler was, for nearly 40 years, one of the "New Yorker"'s most well-known--not to mention controversial--writers. Reporting on ranging issues, from the Selma riots to Vietnam, the Biafran wars and American culture in general, she was one of the era's most important journalists. She was also acclaimed for several seminal books of reportage, including "Reckless Disregard" and "A Year in the Dark," a collection of her film criticism written for the "New York Times." But Adler's fiction...See more