Writers at work: the Paris review interviews, fifth series

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Penguin Books, 1981 - Literary Collections - 387 pages
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Conversations with such authors as Robert Graves, John Dos Passos, Anthony Burgess, and Jack Kerouac reveal their personalities and views on literature

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Writers at work: the Paris review interviews, seventh series

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Each interview in this addition to the stimulating series is so different that it is hard to generalize about them. In some, interviewer and interviewee can barely disguise their impatience with each ... Read full review

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P G WODEHOUSE
1
ARCHIBALD MACLEISH
21
PABLO NERUDA
49
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GEORGE PLIMPTON, the originator of "participatory journalism," is the founder and editor of the renowned literary magazine "The Paris Review." His books include "Paper Lion "(page TK), "The Bogey Man "(page TK), "Open Net" (page TK), "Shadow Box" (page TK), and "Mad Ducks and Bears" (page TK). He lives in New York City.