The Paris Review No. 136 Fall 1995


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The Paris Review No. 136 Fall 1995

THE HUMOR ISSUE

“Funny and me are not separate. We’re one”: Woody Allen on the Art of Humor.

Outhouse tipping and the search for truth: An interview with Garrison Keillor.

“When you’re writing, you are robbed of your delivery”: Calvin Trillin on the challenges of humor writing.

The Birth of a Notion: cartoonists have their say.

Stories by John Barth, T. Coraghessan Boyle, and Marcia Guthridge. Poems by Tom Disch, Beth Gylys, and Lloyd Schwartz.