The Paris Review #146

The Paris Review #146

by George Plimpton, Paris Review
     
 
Table of Contents—Number 146

Interviews

Martin Adams—The Art of Fiction CLI

Fiction

A.S. Byatt—Crocodile Tears
Giles Foden—The Last King of Scotland
Claire Keegan—The Singing Cashier
Will Self—Tough Tough Toys for Tough Tough Boys

Features

Alain de Botton—

Overview

Table of Contents—Number 146

Interviews

Martin Adams—The Art of Fiction CLI

Fiction

A.S. Byatt—Crocodile Tears
Giles Foden—The Last King of Scotland
Claire Keegan—The Singing Cashier
Will Self—Tough Tough Toys for Tough Tough Boys

Features

Alain de Botton—Drama or Melodrama
The Man in the Back Row Has a Question V

Art

Lucian Freud—Etchings
Malcolm Morley—Four Drawings
Marc Quinn—Budding Morphology

Poetry

Simon Arrmitage—Four Poems
Lavinia Greenlaw—Three Poems
Tim Kendall—Two Poems
Andrew Motion—Out of the Blue
Graham Nelson—Polonium Elegy
Robin Robertson—Two Poems
Neil Rollinson—Two Poems

Notes on Contributors

Notice

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780375751783
Publisher:
Random House Information Group
Publication date:
08/01/1998
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
5.27(w) x 8.33(h) x 0.67(d)

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