THE PARIS REVIEW 234

Inside The Paris Review 234:

Enrique Vila-Matas on the Art of Fiction: “Literature is a mirror with the capacity, like some clocks, to run ahead of time.”

Antonella Anedda on the Art of Poetry: “I write to intensify reality and at the same time to undermine it.”

Fiction by Lydia Davis, Shirley Hazzard, and Eloghosa Osunde.

Poetry by Margaret Adwood, Emma Hine, Yusef Komunyakaa, Nicole Sealey, and Gerald Stern.

A portfolio by Troy Michie.

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