The Paris Review No. 170 Summer 2004


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The Paris Review No. 170 Summer 2004

An Art of Fiction interview with Haruki Murakami. “Even now, my ideal for writing fiction is to put Dostoevsky and Chandler together in one book.”

Paula Fox on art and chaos: ”I think it’s not helpful to overpsychologize. It substitutes for the chaos that most of us live in.”

Stories by Nathaniel Bellows, Melvin Jules Bukiet, and Mary-Beth Hughes. Poems by Sandra McPherson and W. S. Merwin.

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