The Paris Review No. 95 Spring 1985
Obscene self-confidence and ongoing terror: John Barth on the Art of Fiction.
Great moments in literature reenacted in vitrines designed by Roz Chast: Proust dunks his Madeline cookie, Frost starts a fire at bread loaf, and Arthur Miller refuses to tap dance.
Stories by Louise Erdrich, Allan Gurganus, and Barry Yourgrau. Poems by Yves Bonnefoy and André Breton.