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The Paris Review 196 2011 Spring by Paris…

The Paris Review 196 2011 Spring (2011)

by Paris Review, Lorin Stein (Editor)

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Another satisfying issue. Although the first two pieces (by Edouard Leve and Jehn Jeremiah Sullivan) didn't necessarily appeal to me, the later pieces more than made up for it. Ann Beattie and Janet Malcolm both gave incredible interviews, putting both of them at the top of my "To Be Read" list. The "Slater's Measure" poems by Linda Gregerson are imaginative and unique, and I read them over and over to gain new insights. I LOVED the Collage portfolio curated by Pavel Zoubok--collage was never so compelling before! And although I haven't fallen completely in love with Roberto Bolano's "The Third Reich: Part I" I'm intrigued and looking forward to reading part two in the next issue. It can't come soon enough! ( )
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