The Paris Review No. 146 Spring 1998


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The Paris Review No. 146 Spring 1998

“Your immediate contemporaries are just blind worms in a ditch, slithering pointlessly around, getting nowhere”: An interview with Martin Amis.

An essay by Alain de Botton. Stories by A. S. Byatt, Giles Foden, and Will Self. Poems by Simon Armitage, Lavinia Greenlaw, and Robin Robertson.