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The Paris Review

Last Exit: Luc Sante Moves Out
“Now, Norman, there’s a little difference between cattle and pigs.”
Memoirs of an Imprisoned Suffragette
Solve this month's Really Difficult Puzzle and win a free subscription.
“Intolerance” at 100, women and memoir, Geoff Dyer on the pilgrimage, and other news.
Gabriel García Márquez, The Art of Fiction No. 69
Looking for Vincent van Gogh Gallery in Belgium’s mining district.
A ballet with dancing chickens. Jeff Seroy on Frederick Ashton’s enduring classic.
Can You Solve This Month’s Really Difficult Puzzle?
Maji Moto: Dispatches from a Drought
“Bad Behavior,” a short story by Alexia Arthurs
“Abundance,” a poem by Louise Glück
Hosting a National Blurb Contest
I want a dry egg! With distinct interlocking pieces.
Cubists on vacation, Wiesel in Disneyland, Brexit and the English language, and other news.
“Two Hands,” a poem by Anne Sexton
What Does an Annie Ernaux Novel Look Like as a Building?
On Translating Rhyming Epigrams
“Lake,” a poem by Hugh Seidman
My Twinkie Poem: On “Goldacre”
“Swimming Lessons,” by Charlotte Strick & Leanne Shapton
Unconventional, Part 3: Norman Mailer and the Pigs
Michael Herr, a titan of New Journalism, died last week, at the age of 76.
“Down,” a short story by Bonnie Jo Campbell
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