The Paris Review No. 8 Spring 1955
“The Negro novelist draws his blackness too tightly around him when he sits down to write—that’s what the anti-protest critics believe—but perhaps the white reader draws his whiteness around himself when he sits down to read”: Ralph Ellison on the Art of Fiction.
Eugene Walter on a portfolio of Polish artist Feliks Topolski.
A story by Vilma Howard. Poems by Geoffrey Hill and Louis Simpson.