The Paris Review No. 122 Spring 1992
“There were two thousand of us . . . against some twenty thousand Egyptians on the other side”: Yehuda Amichai on poetry, comparative time, and the founding of the Jewish state.
James Merrill and David Jackson pierce the veil and speak with the dead.
Stories by Edward Jones and Norman Manea. Poems by Yehuda Amichai and Eugenio Montale.