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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 22 hours 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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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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The Hill
Tough choices in Puerto Ricoto Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew. Weiss (not Latino, though Latin, as in Italian
Tough choices in Puerto Rico
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
to Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew. Weiss (not Latino, though Latin, as in Italian) is a Yalie who was formerly publisher at the Paris Review. Warren felt he was too close to Wall Street. And according to Presente.org, Weiss "received a golden... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Letter that inspired Jack Kerouac's On the Road goes on sale againwords, Cassady later admitted that it was written in three days, high on Benzed
Letter that inspired Jack Kerouac's On the Road goes on sale again
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 days ago
words, Cassady later admitted that it was written in three days, high on Benzedrine. Kerouac, in a 1968 interview with the Paris Review, said that his friend’s missive was the inspiration for the style of his most famous work, On the Road. “I... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Famed Cassady letter to Kerouac to go up for auctionCassady’s amorous relations with a woman of that name. Kerouac touted its influ
Famed Cassady letter to Kerouac to go up for auction
Houston Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
Cassady’s amorous relations with a woman of that name. Kerouac touted its influence on his writing in a 1968 interview in “The Paris Review.” “The letter, the main letter I mean, was 40,000 words long, mind you, a whole short novel,” Kerouac said.... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Review: These Heroic, Happy Dead - War StoriesThese Heroic, Happy Dead: Stories By Luke Mogelson | Tim Duggan/Crown Langan’
Review: These Heroic, Happy Dead - War Stories
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 16 days ago
These Heroic, Happy Dead: Stories By Luke Mogelson | Tim Duggan/Crown Langan’s Book Mark: 4 of 4 starsThe words, “These Heroic, Happy Dead”, capitalized and punctuated, come from poet, E. E. Cummings’s (1894 – 1962) work, “next to of course god... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Paul Ryan offers to step aside for Trumpall have to be in job-interview mode all of the time, just in case somebody wan
Paul Ryan offers to step aside for Trump
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 18 days ago
all have to be in job-interview mode all of the time, just in case somebody wants to hire us. We’re not allowed to say, ‘The Paris Review is boring as fuck!’ Because what if the Paris Review is just about to call us?”Mercury rising (and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Jessa Crispin: 'We're not allowed to say the Paris Review is boring'job-interview mode all of the time, just in case somebody wants to hire us,” Cr
Jessa Crispin: 'We're not allowed to say the Paris Review is boring'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 days ago
job-interview mode all of the time, just in case somebody wants to hire us,” Crispin added. “So we’re not allowed to say, ‘The Paris Review is boring as fuck!’ Because what if the Paris Review is just about to call us?” The freedom from such... Read more
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The Buffalo News
A new and eloquent teller of war storiesThese Heroic, Happy Dead: Stories By Luke Mogelson Tim Duggan/Crown 184 page
A new and eloquent teller of war stories
The Buffalo News / Posted 21 days ago
These Heroic, Happy Dead: Stories By Luke Mogelson Tim Duggan/Crown 184 pages, $24 By Michael D. Langan The words, “These Heroic, Happy Dead”, capitalized and punctuated, come from poet, E. E. Cummings’s (1894 – 1962) work, “next to of course... Read more
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dna
Who is Elena Ferrante?first of these was a long interview which she gave to Sandro and Sandra Ferri,
Who is Elena Ferrante?
dna / Posted 28 days ago
first of these was a long interview which she gave to Sandro and Sandra Ferri, her publishers, which was published in The Paris Review in spring 2015. Vanity Fair interviewed her via email in August 2015, The Financial Times in December 2015,... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Beginner's Mindyou, Scorpio. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) "We have to learn how to live with
Beginner's Mind
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
you, Scorpio. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) "We have to learn how to live with our frailties," poet Stanley Kunitz told The Paris Review. "The best people I know are inadequate and unashamed." That's the keynote I hope you will adopt in the... Read more
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NZCity
Prince wanted to pen a book about the "hardships" faced by music artists.home and change and put some dancing clothes on. Props to my brother Harry Bela
Prince wanted to pen a book about the "hardships" faced by music artists.
NZCity / Posted 29 days ago
home and change and put some dancing clothes on. Props to my brother Harry Belafonte. "You all still read books, right? My brother Dan - Dan Piepenbring of the Paris Review - is helping with it. He's a good critic. That's what I need. Not a yes ma... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
On and Around Campus April 29 – May 5“Genius Grant” and a Guggenheim Fellowship and has been published in prominent
On and Around Campus April 29 – May 5
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 30 days ago
“Genius Grant” and a Guggenheim Fellowship and has been published in prominent publications such as The New York Times, the Paris Review, and The New Yorker. He will be in conversation with Srikanth Reddy, the author of two books of poetry and... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Free Will Astrologyyou, Scorpio.SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): "We have to learn how to live with
Free Will Astrology
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 30 days ago
you, Scorpio.SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): "We have to learn how to live with our frailties," poet Stanley Kunitz told The Paris Review. "The best people I know are inadequate and unashamed." That's the keynote I hope you will adopt in the... Read more
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The Coast
Free Will AstrologyScorpio.SAGITTARIUS(November 22-December 21) "We have to learn how to live wit
Free Will Astrology
The Coast / Posted 30 days ago
Scorpio.SAGITTARIUS(November 22-December 21) "We have to learn how to live with our frailties," poet Stanley Kunitz told The Paris Review. "The best people I know are inadequate and unashamed." That's the keynote I hope you will adopt in the... Read more

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