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The Paris Review No. 15 Winter 1956

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“My head has always seemed to me like a brightly lit room, full of the most delightful objects,” Thornton Wilder on the Art of Fiction.

Henri Michaux describes (and draws) a bad peyote trip.

Stories by Pati Hill and Terry Southern. Poems by A. Alvarez and Donald Finkel.