The Review

The Paris Review No. 116

“For centuries under slavery, the smile or the grimace on a white man’s face could inform a black person: ‘You’re about to be sold, or flogged.’ So we have studied the white American where the white American has not been obliged to study us”: An interview with Maya Angelou.

Mario Vargas Llosa on the Art of Fiction.

A radio interview with Gertrude Stein.

Stories by Georges Perec and Mona Simpson. Poems by August Kleinzahler, Geoffrey O’Brien, and Luc Sante .

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