The Paris Review No. 110 Spring 1989
“I don’t know a very great deal about anything. Indeed, the areas of my ignorance are fantastic in their scope”: An interview with Robertson Davies.
Irish provincialism, God-bothering, and false glamour: William Trevor on the Art of Fiction.
Stories by T. Coraghessan Boyle, Denis Johnson, Joyce Carol Oates, and Edna O’Brien. Poems by Federico Garcia Lorca and Alan Williamson.