The Paris Review No. 169 Spring 2004


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The Paris Review No. 169 Spring 2004

An Art of Poetry interview with Paul Muldoon: “Humility is a requisite and I fear Yeats was not strong in the humility department.”

An oral biography of Dylan Thomas: “That boy was always there, the one who shocked the girls in the Mumbles by whistling at them and saying, ‘That’s a pretty pair of knockers.’”

Stories by Melvin Jules Bukiet and Melanie Rae Thon. Poems by Peter Nickowitz, Linda Pastan, and Karen Volkman.