The Paris Review No. 74 Fall-Winter 1978
Joan Didion on experience, lies, and the Art of Fiction.
“I managed to do well academically at Syracuse despite the concerted efforts of my sorority to prevent me . . .” Joyce Carol Oates on the Art of Fiction.
Margaret Drabble on Freud, motherhood, and the use of education to a woman.
Stories by Pati Hill and Alexander Theroux. Poems by Thomas Lux, Jay Parini, and Derek Walcott.