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The Paris Review

Behold ‘Snorri the Seal’—one of the handsomest books ever to face censorship.
Change We’ll All Believe In: Skipping the Debate in New Orleans
What the staff of “The Paris Review” is reading this week.
Imagining a Mystery Novel as a Building
Elie Wiesel was born on this day in 1928. Read his Art of Fiction interview here:
Truman Capote was born on this day in 1924. Read his Art of Fiction interview here:
Remembering Saint Jerome on International Translation Day.
On Seeing an Ex-Husband on the Cheese Line of the Gourmet Grocery Store
Westworld: Where Nothing Can Go Worng
The Scary Peeper: Remembering Herschell Gordon Lewis’s Gore
“Sand,” a story by Barry Yourgrau
The final years of Herman Melville, sleazy comic books, trashy love motels, and other news.
Autumn Hours, Part 5: Fool’s Errand
Ann Beattie: “Upon Knowing I Must Soon Depart”
Poem: Craig Arnold, “For a Cook” (1997)
What Is Poetry For?: Six More Public Cases
Kay Ryan was born on this day in 1945. Read her Art of Poetry interview here:
T. S. Eliot: “The World Will Always Be an Unpleasant Place”
The Story in the Shadows: An Interview with Sjón
For #BannedBooksWeek, here is a story about how we censored Terry Southern.
The Tower of London was once a full-blown menagerie—one that lasted about 600 years.
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