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The DNA of Literature. The Paris Review, with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, makes available free .pdfs of fifty years of interviews with leading writers.
posted by rushmc (7 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

 
Wow, great find! Seems they only got as far as 1969, tho. Guess we'll have to wait for the rest. Thanks, rushmc!
posted by ori at 2:44 PM on January 12, 2005


Yes, but I believe they are adding them pretty quickly and I thought there was enough content there now to justify the notice...
posted by rushmc at 2:49 PM on January 12, 2005


As seen here
posted by orangskye at 2:50 PM on January 12, 2005


Humbug!

The search still sucks...I tried the URL and "the DNA of Literature" and even looked through the "Paris Review" hits. Sigh. Delete at will.
posted by rushmc at 4:46 PM on January 12, 2005


Oh, wow! I'm going to have to keep checking back until they add the 1979 John Gardner interview. Plenty to geek out on until then, though. The E.M. Forster interview is lovely. Thanks so much for posting this link!
posted by kittyb at 6:16 PM on January 12, 2005


a search for "paris review" (no quotes) in the past year only gives two results, this post and the one it doubles...
posted by paul! at 5:28 AM on January 13, 2005


You must be on a different internet than I am!
posted by rushmc at 12:38 PM on January 13, 2005


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