The Paris Review Vol. 33 No. 120 (Fall 1991). George Plimpton, Jack Balas, Harold Brodkey, Olga Carlisle, Donald Hall, Jodie Ireland, Kenneth Koch, Norman Mailer, Czeslaw Milosz, Wright Morris, Peter Stitt, John Updike.
The Paris Review Vol. 33 No. 120 (Fall 1991)

The Paris Review Vol. 33 No. 120 (Fall 1991)

ISBN: (ISSN)00312037
Flushing, NY: Deborah S. Pease, 1991. First Printing. Softcover. This later-vintage number of the venerable literary journal then-chiefly edited by George Plimpton features in-depth interviews with canonical American poet Donald Hall (1928-2018), conducted by Peter Stitt & preceded by a facsimile manuscript page of his poem "Baseball"; & with Wright Morris (1910-1998), the great novelist & photographer, conducted by Olga Carlisle & Jodie Ireland, preceded by a facsimile manuscript page of his story "To Calabria" & including a portfolio of his photographs with texts excerpted from his 1948 novel The Home Place. Also in this issue are contributions of fiction by Harold Brodkey, the legendary & prolific Norman Mailer & others; a roster of distinguished poets including Hall, Kenneth Koch & the great John Updike (1932-2009, most renowned for his novels but also an outstanding poet & essayist) ; & a portfolio of artworks by Jack Balas; notes on contributors; contemporary ads. Trade-format softcover, complete with attached sheet of subscription cards. A relative door-stopper of an issue in this most collectible series, rich & varied as ever. In very fine condition with only mild rubbing to front, back covers & spine; mild wear & a few tiny bumps at edges & corners of same; one very small light spot-stain just below bottom rim of right clock illustration on front cover. Interior very fine with only tiny bumps, creases at corners of a few page leaves. Very Fine. [Item #3860]

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