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The Post-Journal
‘Rosenblatt And Friends’ Lecture Features Prominent Literary EditorsRosenblatt, author, Time Magazine essayist and a favorite guest of Chautauqua I
‘Rosenblatt And Friends’ Lecture Features Prominent Literary Editors
The Post-Journal / Posted yesterday
Rosenblatt, author, Time Magazine essayist and a favorite guest of Chautauqua Institution, invited Stein, The Paris Review editor-in-chief; Paul, The New York Times Book Review editor; and Lynn, The Kenyon Review editor, to share tales of the trade... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Conversations with Allan Wolpersix books of poetry. His critically acclaimed work has appeared in The New York
Conversations with Allan Wolper
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 2 days ago
six books of poetry. His critically acclaimed work has appeared in The New York Times, Esquire Magazine, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Chicago Tribune The Nation, Atlantic Monthly Magazine, and Slate.His poems have been published in numerous... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Arkansas Times Recommends: Yeats, the NBA offseason, Karl Ove Knausgaard, and Mathes coolersdecades. (That’s along with a host of lesser-known pop culture “plunderings,” a
Arkansas Times Recommends: Yeats, the NBA offseason, Karl Ove Knausgaard, and Mathes coolers
Arkansas Times / Posted 6 days ago
decades. (That’s along with a host of lesser-known pop culture “plunderings,” as cataloged by this entertaining piece from the Paris Review: it turns out the phrase “the widening gyre” alone crops up as the title of a pulpy detective novel, an... Read more
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Boston Globe
The quintessential summer reading guideand Bears: Football Revisited,’’ “Open Net: A Professional Amateur in the World
The quintessential summer reading guide
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
and Bears: Football Revisited,’’ “Open Net: A Professional Amateur in the World of Big-Time Hockey,’’ and all the rest of the Paris Review founder’s books about his strange and startling participatory misadventures on the various arenas, fields,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Fictionand Bears: Football Revisited,’’ “Open Net: A Professional Amateur in the World
Fiction
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
and Bears: Football Revisited,’’ “Open Net: A Professional Amateur in the World of Big-Time Hockey,’’ and all the rest of the Paris Review founder’s books about his strange and startling participatory misadventures on the various arenas, fields,... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
KXXV Waco / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
WSMV Nashville / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
Hawaii News Now / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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FOX 12 Oregon
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, diesa re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, translator of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, dies
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
Hawaii News Now / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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FOX 12 Oregon
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
KXXV Waco / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
33 related stories
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KPLC Lake Charles
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for
Gregory Rabassa, renowned translator, dead at 94
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 16 days ago
a re-creation in another language. That's why I have such great admiration for Gregory Rabassa," the Colombian author told The Paris Review in 1981. "My books have been translated into 21 languages and Rabassa is the only translator who has never... Read more
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Wired News
Emma Cline’s Turbulent Trip to Literary Superstardomformer reader for The New Yorker’s fiction department, Cline has just a handful
Emma Cline’s Turbulent Trip to Literary Superstardom
Wired News / Posted 16 days ago
former reader for The New Yorker’s fiction department, Cline has just a handful of published stories, but her writing in The Paris Review and the bidding war for her debut novel—which reportedly resulted in a seven-figure, multi-book deal from... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
EDITORIAL: Leave them out of itfor Donald! Bernie's Marching Band! Hoofers for Hillary! A true artist, the gr
EDITORIAL: Leave them out of it
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
for Donald! Bernie's Marching Band! Hoofers for Hillary! A true artist, the great poet W.H. Auden, gave an interview to the Paris Review years ago in which he explained why artists should stick to art and politicians to politics. Politics or... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Leave them out of itfor Donald! Bernie's Marching Band! Hoofers for Hillary! A true artist, the gr
Leave them out of it
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
for Donald! Bernie's Marching Band! Hoofers for Hillary! A true artist, the great poet W.H. Auden, gave an interview to the Paris Review years ago in which he explained why artists should stick to art and politicians to politics. Politics or... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Mass shootings are a part of American culture nowthe violence that people not only commit but seem to watch simultaneously from
Mass shootings are a part of American culture now
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
the violence that people not only commit but seem to watch simultaneously from a disinterested distance,” DeLillo told the Paris Review. “Then the uncertainty we feel about the basic facts that surround the case — number of gunmen, number of... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Israeli Author Etgar Keret Awarded $100,000 Bronfman PrizeFarsi, and has been featured in outlets including The New Yorker, The New York
Israeli Author Etgar Keret Awarded $100,000 Bronfman Prize
The Jewish Week / Posted 22 days ago
Farsi, and has been featured in outlets including The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, The Paris Review and National Public Radio. “We recognize that humanitarian work is increasingly taking new forms and this... Read more
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Evening Standard
Why The Girls will be the most gripping book you'll read this summerin the fiction department of The New Yorker magazine as she developed her writi
Why The Girls will be the most gripping book you'll read this summer
Evening Standard / Posted 22 days ago
in the fiction department of The New Yorker magazine as she developed her writing. In 2014, her short story, Marion, won the Paris Review Plimpton Prize. Before she had finished The Girls, her meticulous prose had pulled 12 different publishing... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Rosset Estate In East Hampton Hits Market For $6.5 Million - East Hamptonand after the war, having pulled together some money from various jobs, in 1951
Rosset Estate In East Hampton Hits Market For $6.5 Million - East Hampton
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 23 days ago
and after the war, having pulled together some money from various jobs, in 1951, Mr. Rosset bought it. In an interview with The Paris Review, Mr. Rosset recalled, “I was doing nothing at the time and thought, ‘This might be interesting.’ I think I... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette bring the epitome of tap and jazz to UNCWHines, and through his own research. John Jeremiah Sullivan, a Wilmington-base
Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette bring the epitome of tap and jazz to UNCW
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 23 days ago
Hines, and through his own research. John Jeremiah Sullivan, a Wilmington-based writer who's the Southern editor of “The Paris Review,” worked for about a year on a story for The New York Times Magazine about Glover's most recent project, the... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette bring the epitome of tap and jazz to UNCWHines, and through his own research. John Jeremiah Sullivan, a Wilmington-base
Savion Glover and Jack DeJohnette bring the epitome of tap and jazz to UNCW
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 24 days ago
Hines, and through his own research. John Jeremiah Sullivan, a Wilmington-based writer who's the Southern editor of “The Paris Review,” worked for about a year on a story for The New York Times Magazine about Glover's most recent project, the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
WEB EXTRA BOOK REVIEW: ‘We All Shortened Our Sentences And Toughened Our Verbs’: Hemingway had arrivedNONFICTION Everybody Behaves Badly: The True Story Behind Hemingway’s Masterpi
WEB EXTRA BOOK REVIEW: ‘We All Shortened Our Sentences And Toughened Our Verbs’: Hemingway had arrived
The Buffalo News / Posted 25 days ago
NONFICTION Everybody Behaves Badly: The True Story Behind Hemingway’s Masterpiece,The Sun Also Rises By Lesley M.M. Blume Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 416 pages, $27 By Michael D. Langan As a college student in ’50s, I remember reading “The Sun... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Review: A novel in which nobody remembers behaving badly“Everybody Behaves Badly: The True Story Behind Hemingway’s Masterpiece, The Su
Review: A novel in which nobody remembers behaving badly
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 1 months ago
“Everybody Behaves Badly: The True Story Behind Hemingway’s Masterpiece, The Sun Also Rises” Lesley M. M. Blume | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 416 pages - $27.00 Langan's Book Mark: 4 of 4 Stars As a college student in 1955, I remember reading “The... Read more
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Business Standard India
Irrfan unpluggedbeyond film scripts, as evidenced when he tweets lines from the poetry of Raine
Irrfan unplugged
Business Standard India / Posted 1 months ago
beyond film scripts, as evidenced when he tweets lines from the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, and links to articles in the Paris Review. Anthony Burgess, Haruki Murakami and the Hindi writer Uday Prakash are among his favourites. Irrfan rarely... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
What Book Reviewers Got Wrong about the Novel Sweetbitterwere like that. […] Now everything tastes like nothing." Photo by Mark Weinberg
What Book Reviewers Got Wrong about the Novel Sweetbitter
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 1 months ago
were like that. […] Now everything tastes like nothing." Photo by Mark Weinberg But considering that Danler told told The Paris Review that when she was starting the novel "Tess was really blank. Even blanker than she is now," we can assume... Read more

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