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The Paris Review
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“An Oral History of Gentrification in the 21st Century.” bit.ly/1cQDN1Q pic.twitter.com/UwHS3zYPvR
A letter from D. H. Lawrence to Bertrand Russell, February 1916. bit.ly/1Fr76Dl pic.twitter.com/BffyK0CcyI
Forget your graduation gown. Tell a dirty joke during your speech. Go out in style. bit.ly/1F4cpoJ pic.twitter.com/nDQAI5w9gc
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"There's both everything and nothing happening." Big, Bent Ears: A Serial Documentary bit.ly/1Fgr5o4 pic.twitter.com/XWrO9YYnCH
A Brief History of Spacefarers: How we imagine our astronauts. bit.ly/1S8u3k8 pic.twitter.com/2GAqYo0lZh
Proof that the sixties were everything they’re said to have been. Cover art by Derek Boshier and Karl Pfahler, for The Paris Review nos. 37 (Spring 1966) and 40 (Winter-Spring 1967), respectively. (Inspired by @warymeyers.) #coverart #thesixties #trippy #parisreview
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“The Designs for Motion,” a portfolio and interview with the Swiss sculptor Jean Tinguely. bit.ly/1SoUNgu pic.twitter.com/N5fXcNAhFm
For Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s birthday, some illustrations from his novel “The Lost World.” bit.ly/1Gu1NE2 pic.twitter.com/PVGMgarY3i
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on this date in 1859. bit.ly/1FsKRLW pic.twitter.com/9DiJuqASOt
Size Matters: Are long novels enjoying their day in the sun? Read today's arts & culture news bit.ly/1LkGtQI pic.twitter.com/McIWDnyluj
In honor of Robert Creeley’s birthday, here's his poem “The Dishonest Mailmen.” bit.ly/1IRTSAG pic.twitter.com/PN8uzTKNnu
“An Oral History of Gentrification in the 21st Century.” bit.ly/1cQDN1Q pic.twitter.com/7Flcf2gh9B
Forget your graduation gown. Tell a dirty joke during your speech. Go out in style. bit.ly/1F4cpoJ pic.twitter.com/MiNjhphRbM
Announcing “My First Time,” a video series about authors’ experiences with their first books: bit.ly/1HwjcdG pic.twitter.com/pxRvuZFEZS
We’re thrilled to announce “My First Time,” The Paris Review’s new film series, featuring interviews with writers, poets, playwrights, and graphic artists on the publication of their first major works. Stay tuned over the course of the next week for the release of interviews with Gabrielle Bell, Bra
Susannah Hunnewell, our longtime Paris editor, has been named publisher of “The Paris Review.” bit.ly/1Anp7lu pic.twitter.com/EPkJYWNwNw
Karl Ove Knausgaard (on drums) rocks out with his college band Lemen on the first night of the Norwegian-American Literary Festival, an annual series of events hosted in New York by The Paris Review. #knausgaard #lemen #westway #newyork #parisreview
Gian Lorenzo Bernini set himself the impossible challenge of carving the human soul in marble. bit.ly/1IRejh0 pic.twitter.com/0LUzhZkvYY
Tonight @192books James Wood to lead a discussion with Norway’s most promising young writers. bit.ly/1HfHwk7 pic.twitter.com/ZOp2rJLJ0t
Karl Ove Knausgaard on the drums at the Norwegian-American Literary Festival. pic.twitter.com/GcpmLvj6dL