The Paris Review No. 115 Summer 1990
Iris Murdoch on the Communist Party, literary prototypes, religion without God, and the Art of Fiction.
An interview with Wallace Stegner: “I’ve never seen an Id—and I will run in another direction if I ever do!”
Stories by Padgett Powell, Paul West, and Marianne Wiggins. Poems by Alice Fulton, Ghalib, and Reynolds Price.