The Paris Review No. 73 Spring-Summer 1978
“Suspense comes from making sure your algebra is right. Time is the only critic”: James M. Cain on the Art of Fiction.
Anthony Powell on gloomy Oxford days, Proust’s eroticism, and prosopography.
Stories by Barton Midwood, David Rieff, and Dallas Wiebe. Poems by Don Bogen and Ronald Wallace.