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The Paris Review

“The Dreams,” a Poem by Karen Fish
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An Oral Biography of Dylan Thomas
On Sylvia Plath’s “Nick and the Candlestick”
On Dylan Thomas’s “I Have Longed to Move Away.” Thomas was born on this day in 1914.
Sylvia Plath was born on this day in 1932. Listen to her read her poem “Daddy” here:
“My relationship to James Baldwin began as a kind of gay catfight.” —Hilton Als
William Makepeace Thackeray gets grotesque.
Watch the 1972 Movie of “Play It As It Lays” in Full
Why “The Ambitious Guest” Is Hawthorne’s Scariest Story
Hilton Als Discusses James Baldwin’s Legacy
On Ray Bradbury’s ‘The October Country’
Paul Beatty on satire, race, and writing “The Sellout,” which just won the @ManBookerPrize
My Strange Friend Marcel Proust
Year Without a Summer: The Climate Event That Helped Create ‘Frankenstein’ and the Bicycle
Paul Beatty on satire, race, and writing “The Sellout,” which just won the @ManBookerPrize
“The Library of America,” a poem by Tom Disch
Michael Silverblatt on Kenward Elmslie’s “Orchid Stories”
Jen George Revisits Balthus’s Painting ‘Thérèse Dreaming’
Pandemic Pentameter: New Work by Trenton Doyle Hancock
An Interview with Gregory Crewdson
The story behind “Not The New York Times,” the modern standard for news satire.
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