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Negation, Fall 2004: polemics against the New Republic, McSweeney's, and the Weekly Standard, Mark Greif's "Against Exercise" and "Mogadishu, Baghdad, Troy," Keith Gessen's "Eggers, Teen Idol," Benjamin Kunkel's "Horse Mountain," Patrick Giles on James McCourt. Plus the first and only English-language translation of Vladimir Sorokin's The Norm.
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n+1 is a Brooklyn-based magazine of literature, culture, and politics published three times yearly. It was founded in 2004 by Keith Gessen (All the Sad Literary Young Men), Mark Greif, Chad Harbach (The Art of Fielding), Benjamin Kunkel (Indecision), and Marco Roth and immediately attracted attention in New York and beyond. A. O. Scott described it in the New York Times Magazine as part of "a generational struggle against laziness and cynicism"; German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote, "they intend nothing less than to reimagine and reestablish the world."