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November 15, 2004 11:35 AM   Subscribe

The DNA of Litrature. Between now and next July, The Paris Review will be putting all of its writers-at-work interviews online, starting with those from the 1950s, which include William Faulkner, Truman Capote and Dorothy Parker. Good stuff.
posted by liam (13 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

 
Fantastic news. Thank you!
posted by dobbs at 11:37 AM on November 15, 2004


That's the dna of literature, as opposed to illitrature.
posted by liam at 11:52 AM on November 15, 2004


ah, amazing. thanks
posted by matteo at 11:58 AM on November 15, 2004


Personally I prefer this DNA of Literature, but he wasn't french.
posted by ZachsMind at 12:01 PM on November 15, 2004


Mindblowing! Thank you ever so much for the link, liam.
posted by soundofsuburbia at 12:04 PM on November 15, 2004


[this is good]
posted by amandaudoff at 12:18 PM on November 15, 2004


Shame I have to wait near six months to read the Martin Amis interview.

Maybe I'll check out that Faulkner guy in the meantime.



[This is in brackets]
posted by Ayn Marx at 1:44 PM on November 15, 2004


Actually, it seems like the Faulkner interview has gone missing.
posted by liam at 1:46 PM on November 15, 2004


The Tits!
posted by shoepal at 1:59 PM on November 15, 2004


I love this series. Generally my sentiments are with Forrester (I'm not interested in writers, only what they write), but I've yet to pick one of these W@W up without reading every single word. Thanks for the post!
posted by gesamtkunstwerk at 2:09 PM on November 15, 2004


Why is this called "DNA", though? I honestly couldn't figure out where they got that title.
posted by Sidhedevil at 2:11 PM on November 15, 2004


They got DNA from Douglas Noel Adams. Even though they didn't list him, they named the entire list after the greatest writer of all time. Douglas Adams is so far beyond any of those other writers that he's above the list.
posted by ZachsMind at 6:35 AM on November 18, 2004


["This"] is in brackets, too.

(I think I just deconstructed my own first post!)
posted by synaplex at 12:07 AM on November 19, 2004


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