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The Year in New Yorker Postscripts: Derek Walcott, Chuck Berry, and More

Michael Agger revisits the most memorable Postscripts of 2017, including New Yorker writers’ remembrances of Tom Petty, Lillian Ross, Denis Johnson, Sam Shepard, and more.
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