The Review

The Paris Review No. 11

“So two of these goofs come by in a cab and we go up North, in a hotel, out, got nine bucks, up and down, around a corner, ducking up and down, then back to Rich, the poor son of a bitch, he come out and he was bawling”: An interview with Nelson Algren.

Jack Kerouac’s On the Road.

Poems by John Hollander, Christopher Logue, and Louis Simpson.

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