The Paris Review No. 130 Spring 1994


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The Paris Review No. 130 Spring 1994

“I took LSD, and he stayed with Jack Daniels; the line between us was drawn”: Ken Kesey on Wallace Stegner, Neal Cassady’s horse-picking trick, and dating Emily Bronte.

Virgil Thomson recalls Paris between the wars.

Stories by Kate Braverman, Vikram Chandra, Andy Plattner, and Susan Power. Poems by David Baker, Octavio Paz, and Tomas Transtromer.