Robert B. Silvers, a founder of The New York Review of Books, which under his editorship became one of the premier intellectual journals in the United States, a showcase for extended, thoughtful essays on literature and politics by eminent writers, died on Monday at his home in Manhattan. He was 87.
Rea S. Hederman, the publisher of The Review, confirmed the death.
The New York Review, founded in 1963, was born with a mission — to raise the standards of book reviewing and literary
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