The Paris Review No. 120 Fall 1991


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The Paris Review No. 120 Fall 1991

“Everything important always begins with something trivial”: Donald Hall on the Art of Poetry.

Czeslaw Milosz describes his favorite streets.

An essay by Geoffrey Wolff. Stories by Harold Brodkey, Larry Brown, Kim Edwards, and Norman Mailer. Poems by Mary Oliver and Charles Simic.