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  • The Paris Review No.207, Winter 2013 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No.207, Winter 2013

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    • Narrated By Steve Coulter, Jill Melancon
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    Table of Contents: Ottessa Moshfegh, "A Dark and Winding Road"; Kevin Prufer, "How He Loved Them"; Jenny Offill, "Magic and Dread"; Susan Stewart, "Pine"; Hilda Hilst, "From Alcohologues"; J.D. Daniels, "Empathy"; Charlie Smith, "Bus to Tuxtla"; Monica Youn, "Two Poems"; Nell Freudenberger, "Hover"; Sylvie Baumgartel, "Two Poems"; Emily Moore, "Ghazal"; Rachel Cusk, "Outline: Part 1"; Linda Pastan, "Last Rites"; Lydia Davis, "The Seals"; and Ben Jahn, "Reborn."

  • The Paris Review No.194, Fall 2010 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No.194, Fall 2010

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    • Narrated By Steve Coulter, Jill Melancon
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    Table of Contents: April Ayers Lawson, "Virgin"; Carol Muske-Dukes, "Condolence Note: Los Angeles"; Frederick Seidel, "Five Poems"; John Jeremiah Sullivan, "Mr. Lytle: An Essay"; Charles Harper Webb, "Sand Fish"; Sam Lipsyte, "The Worm in Philly"; Mark Ford, "Four Poems"; Lydia Davis, "Ten Stories from Flaubert"; Giacomo Leopardi, "Two Poems"; John Tranter, "Four Poems After Baudelaire"; Dorothea Lasky, "It's a Lonely World"; Daniel Bosch, "Solutions to Autumn"; and J.D. Daniels, "Letter from Cambridge."

  • The Paris Review No. 100, Summer/Fall 1986 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No. 100, Summer/Fall 1986

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    • Narrated By Steve Coulter, Jill Melancon
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    Table of Contents: Alice Munro, "Circle of Prayer"; John Ash, "The Monuments"; Robert Bringhurst, "Sunday Morning"; Harold Brodkey, "On First Being Published"; Raymond Carver, "Two Poems"; Amy Clampitt, "Dorothy and William at Rydal Mount"; Alfred Corn, "Apartment on 22nd St."; Douglas Crase, "Theme Park"; James Dickey, "Spring Shock"; Tom Disch, "MCMLXXXIV"; Czelaw Milosz, "Lauda"; William Maxwell, "The Lily-White Boys"; Carlos Drummond de Andrade, "Song for That Man of the People Charlie Chaplin"; Jonathan Galassi, "Lateness"; Jim Gauer, "Will This Thought Do? "; Allen Ginsberg, "Quatrains"; Jorie Graham, "Description"; Linda Gregg, "Part of Me Wanting Everything to Live"; Barbara Guest, "The View from Kandinsky's Window"; Anthony Hecht, "Humoresque"; John Hollander, "By the Gulf" Nadine Gordimer, "Children with the House to Themselves"; and more.

  • The Paris Review No.144, Fall 1997 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No.144, Fall 1997

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    • Narrated By Steve Coulter, Jill Melancon
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    Table of Contents: Peter Matthiessen, "From Lost Man's River"; Yusef Komunyakaa, "Memory Cave"; Anne Babson Carter, "A Morning View of Bluehill Village"; Ben Downing, "The Calligraphy Shop"; Deborah Pease, "What Is the Word for Window"; Corey Marks, "American Monochrome"; David Yezzi, "Two Poems"; Wislawa Szymborska, "Negative"; Brad Davis, "Two Poems"; Joanie Mackowski, "Waiting"; Richard Kenney, "Venice and Mars"; Kate Walbert, "The Blue Hour"; John Updike, "Two Cunts in Paris"; Michael Blumenthal, "Falling Asleep at the Erotic Mozi"; Maura Stanton, "The Last Judgment"; Terese Svoboda, "Old God"; Kenneth Koch, "My Olivetti Speaks"; Rick Moody, "The Mansion on the Hill"; Elias Canetti, "Selected Notes from Hampstead"; Marilyn Hacker, "Two Poems"; Sidney Wade, "Three Poems"; Carol Vanderveer Hamilton, "Narcolepsy"; Clayton Eshleman, "Giverny"; Karl Kirchwey, "Syracuse"; Timothy Liu, "Three Poems"; and Jane Avrich, "The Great Flood."

  • The Paris Review No. 201, Summer 2012 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No. 201, Summer 2012

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    Table of Contents: Davy Rothbart, "Human Snowball"; Sophie Cabot Black, "Online Again"; Ludmilla Petrushevskaya, "Young Berries"; Roberto Bolaño, "Five Poems"; Sam Lipsyte, "This Appointment Occurs in the Past"; Raúl Zurita, "The Pacific Is the Sky"; Ann Beattie, "The Astonished Woodchopper"; John Ashbery, "Three Poems"; Octavio Paz, "Target Practice"; Rich Cohen, "Pirate City"; Lucie Brock-Briodo, "Posthumous Seduction"; David Ferry, "That Now Are Wild and Do Not Remember"; Virgil, "From the 'Aeneid,' Book VI"; and J.D. Daniels, "Letter from Majorca."

  • The Paris Review No.110, Spring 1989 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No.110, Spring 1989

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    Table of Contents: Denis Johnson, "Car-Crash While Hitchhiking"; Federico García Lorca, "Night"; Jorie Graham, "Spring"; Pamela White Hadas, "Rara Avis"; Charles Tomlinson, "Two Poems"; Brian Swann, "Exist"; Joyce Carol Oates, "Heat"; Carl Little, "Running Out of Ideas One Day"; Bin Ramke, "Two Poems"; Alan Williamson, "Love and the Soul"; Lawrence Raab, "Two Poems"; T. Coraghessan Boyle, "The Ape Lady in Retirement"; Marilyn Hacker, "Two Cities"; Aleksandar Ristovic, "Five Poems"; Edna O'Brien, "Dramas"; James Poolos, "For the Bloodline of a Shadow"; John Witte, "Two Poems"; James Cummins, "Three Poems"; and Sigmund Freud, "The Psychopathology of Everyday Life."

  • The Paris Review No.82, Winter 1891 |  The Paris Review

    The Paris Review No.82, Winter 1891

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    Table of Contents: Joy Williams, "Making Friends"; Charles Baudelaire, "To the Reader"; Julio Cortázar, "Feuilletons from a Certain Lucas"; R.D. Pohl, "Was That the Moon?"; Gordon Lish, "How to Write a Poem"; Rainer Maria Rikle, "Requiem for a Friend"; Jamaica Kincaid, "What I Have Been Doing Lately"; James Fetler, "Wachtmann's Cubes"; Ray Russell, "A Note on the Type."

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