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Review: Pia Pera and Sena Jeter Naslund.
By Frederick G. Dillen.
The pages of Neurotica.
Since his death in 1992, all nine of Richard Yates’s titles have quietly dropped off the shelves
By Ralph Ellison.
Doctor Faustus and The Castle.
By Nicholson Baker.
TV subverts even the possibility of morality, of human responsibility.
To those who are familiar with his writings, Borges’s transformation into a public personality is of supreme irony.
Katherine Singer Kovacs
Writer, teacher, and political activist.
Grace Paley, Gail Pool, Shirley Roses
Geoffrey Movius speaks with Susan Sontag about photography, writing, and memory.
Susan Sontag, Geoffrey Movius
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Bram Wispelwey, Michelle Morse
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
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