samedi 29 octobre 2011


Nicholson Baker at Bryn Mawr College, 1978 (from Paris Review 198)

 Last issue of the Paris Review* has an air of transatlantic salvation with interviews of Nicholson Baker and Dennis Cooper, plus Lydia Davis on translating Madame Bovary and Geoff Dyer on Andei Tarkowsky's In The Zone.
 Not long ago I was talking to P French over the phone and we both had noticed that France and its intelligentsia has become very fashionable in recent times. So we think it is only fair to reciprocate the favour (in a navel-gazing way, of course).
  If you live in London, you can buy the Paris Review at the London Review Bookshop, on your way to the British Museum to see Grayson Perry's last exhibition for example.

*This is the Fall issue so don't be too long

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