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What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures by Malcolm Gladwell


What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures by Malcolm Gladwell

After his first book reached a tipping point and became a runaway bestseller, Malcolm Gladwell shot to stardom in a blink and became an outlier in the realm of popular nonfiction. But those who have only read Gladwell in book form have been missing out on some of his most intriguing insights and ideas, which have appeared in his delightfully eclectic and captivating articles for The New Yorker.

This volume collects the best of those pieces, on topics including (but not limited to): hair dye, homelessness, kitchen utensils, birth control, criminal profiling, dog training, Enron, plagiarism, NASA, choke artists, job interviews, ketchup and mustard, the nature of intelligence, black swans, pattern fallacy, pit bulls, and, perhaps most famously, spaghetti sauce. Gladwell's ability to weave the tangled threads of our culture into a tapestry of singular wisdom is unparalleled, and this essential anthology of his essays allows readers to observe as he gleans fundamental truths from an astounding array of evidence.

 

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