The Paris Review No. 99 Spring 1986
Descartes, Sartre, pornography, and the “new novel”: An interview with Alain Robbe-Grillet.
“I have always been ‘out of the country’ in the sense that I never had what ordinarily is thought of as a literary life, or been part of a literary group”: Karl Shapiro on the Art of Poetry.
Stories by Craig Nova, Bette Pesetsky, and Elizabeth Tallent. Poems by Lincoln Kirstein, N. Scott Momaday, and Karl Shapiro.