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THE PARIS REVIEW. Grandparent of them all,...

THE PARIS REVIEW. Grandparent of them all, this literary magazine is rapidly approaching its 40th anniversary and still going strong. The interviews, poetry, special features and fiction are as stimulating as ever; the artwork continues to be hyper-New York. In the current issue, the Octavio Paz interview, Mary McCarthy’s memoir of Edmund Wilson, and the Slovak poet Milan Richter’s chilling and brilliant post-Holocaust inversion of Baudelaire’s “The Stranger” are highlights.

Paris Review, 45-39 171 Place, Flushing, N.Y. 11358; $7 per issue, $20 for four issues.


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