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Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews. Seventh Series.

Literary Interviews) George Plimpton, Editor.

Published by Viking, New York, 1986
ISBN 10: 0670808881 / ISBN 13: 9780670808885
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Title: Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews...

Publisher: Viking, New York

Publication Date: 1986

Edition: First Printing of the First Edition

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A Near Fine tight copy with a discreet remainder mark in a Near Fine unclipped dj with just a touch of wear to spine edges. This volume features interviews with Malcolm Cowley, Arthur Koestler, William Maxwell, May Sarton, Philip Larkin, Eugene Ionesco, Elizabeth Hardwick, John Ashbery, Milan Kundera, John Barth, Edna O'Brien, Philip Roth, and Raymond Carver. Bookseller Inventory # 24301

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From Publishers Weekly: Thirteen contemporary writers, ranging from Malcolm Cowley (born 1898) to Raymond Carver (born 1938), comment informally on their work and craft, distinguish between their lives and works, between emotions and incidents, and discuss their self-criticism, work habits and influences. Philip Larkin, who conducted his interview by mail, is the most reclusive, John Ashbery the most distracted, Milan Kundera the least interested in talking about himself, Arthur Koestler the most uneasy, Philip Roth the liveliest, comparing his view of himself with Jack Benny's impersonation of a miser. It isn't Orwell's Big Brother who watches us from the screen, says Roth; it's we who are watching "a terrifyingly powerful world leader with the soul of an amiable, soap-opera grandmother, the values of a civic-minded Beverly Hills Cadillac dealer, and the historical background and intellectual equipment of a high school senior in a June Allyson musical." Other participants in this delightful collection are John Barth, Elizabeth Hardwick, Eugene Ionesco, William Maxwell, Edna O'Brien and May Sarton.
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