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Jonathan Franzen on the art of fiction: "When I was younger, the main struggle was to be a 'good writer.' Now I more or less take my writing abilities for granted, although this doesn't mean I always write well." And Louise Erdrich on her heritage and being pigeonholed. A novella by Péter Nádas, plus new fiction from Claire Vaye Watkins and Alexandra Kleeman. A curated portfolio by David Salle featuring Amy Sillman and Tom McGrath. Poems by Devin Johnston, Jim Moore, Maureen N. McLane, Albert Goldbarth, Dana Levin, Damion Searls, and more. Plus, recollections and sketches by Saul Steinberg.
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The Paris Review was founded in 1953 and has published early and important work by Philip Roth, V.S. Naipaul, Jeffrey Eugenides, A. S. Byatt, T. C. Boyle, William T. Vollmann and many other writers who has given us great literature of the past half century. Philip Gourevitch was named editor of The Paris Review in 2005, succeeding George Plimpton who was editor from 1953 until his death in 2003.Review:
* The Paris Review is the finest literary magazine of the moment, a great contradiction of the prevailing gloom over the status of literature in contemporary life, and its arrival in these islands is an event that calls loud hurrahs John Banville * The Paris Review is one of the few truly essential literary magazines of the twentieth century - and now of the twenty-first. Frequently weird, always wonderful Margaret Atwood
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Book Description Canongate Books Ltd., 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110857861743