The Review

The Paris Review No. 98

“Most biographies are begun out of enchantment or affection; you read a poem and want to find the poet, you hear a statesman and are filled with admiration, or you are stirred by the triumphs of a general or admiral”: Leon Edel on the Art of Biography.

An Art of Fiction interview with Robert Stone.

Stories by M. F. Beal, Allan Gurganus, and Robert Stone. Poems by Jim Carroll, Ann Lauterbach, and Stanley Plumly.

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